The Japanese manufacturer has recently announced the pricing of the 2023 Toyota Crown for the USA. Expect the model at dealerships early next year.
Bold exterior styling, huge wheels, exclusive colors, premium interior, standard all-wheel drive, two electrified powertrains including the company’s first Hybrid MAX system that produces powerful torque at low RPM, up to 41 mpg, and 340 hp net – it’s all about the upcoming Toyota Crown.
For America, it is available in three trim levels which cost from $39,950 (XLE), $45,550 (Limited) and $52,350 (Platinum).
The Crown is the oldest sedan still in production by Toyota. The automaker launched it in the 1950s, and the previous 15th generation was released in 2018.
Now the model is back in a new guise: the 16th-generation Crown is hybrid only, and it turned into a non-standard sedan-crossover.
Dimensions: 194 inches/4,928 mm long, 72.4 inches/1,840 mm wide, 60.6 inches/1,540 mm high, wheelbase is 112 inches/2,850 mm.
To some extent, the Toyota Crown is a replacement for the outgoing Avalon that is discontinued after 2022. Toyota sold only 12,144 Avalons in the USA from January to September 2022, and its sales are declining, so, the decision to cease the Toyota Avalon is logical.