The 2015 Toyota Avalon gains a number of new features and celebrates its 20th anniversary by introducing a limited-run XLE Touring Sport Edition. Refinements to Toyota's full-size 4-door flagship include Gen II Entune audio systems across the line along with standard paddle shifters and Sport/Eco/Normal modes for all non-Hybrid models. The Avalon XLE Touring and Avalon Hybrid XLE Touring also add a Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert. 

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Available until March 2015 -- or when orders reach 2,500 units -- the new Avalon XLE Touring Sport Edition matches sinister style with functional tweaks. All will be in Attitude Black and fitted with 18-inch black-painted/machine-finished alloys wrapped in 225/45 tires. Other exterior touches include High Intensity Discharge Quadrabeam headlights with auto on/off and LED Daytime Running Lights plus unique badges. Inside, the Touring Sport Edition boasts black perforated leather-trimmed heated front seats with dark blue stitching, an 8-way power driver's seat with power lumbar support, a 4-way power front passenger seat, dark blue dash/center console accent trim, aluminum doorsill plates and an Avalon Touring Sport Edition splash screen display on startup.  

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Pricing for the 2015 Toyota Avalon XLE begins at $33,110 with the XLE Premium opening at $34,965, the XLE Touring at $36,906, the XLE Touring Sport Edition at $37,995 and the Avalon Limited at $40,805. Hybrid pricing begins at $37,295 for the 2015 Avalon Hybrid XLE Premium, while the Hybrid XLE Touring comes in at $38,625 and the Hybrid Limited is $42,525.

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