Toyota Avalon

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2013 Toyota Avalon

Toyota Avalon Sedan

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Since its in the mid-1990s, the Avalon has been main full-size sedan. It has been a solid performer, standard V6 power, lots of space and a reputation for reliability.

Avalons were often for their humdrum style, the first-generation model. But the more Avalons, thanks to their upscale design, have been among the best available for a large sedan. a new or used Avalon is certainly considering.

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Four trims comprise the lineup: XLE, XLE Premium, XLE and Limited. For each, you’ll a smooth 3.5-liter V6 with 268 and a six-speed automatic transmission. they provide strong along with impressive economy.

Standard feature highlights of the XLE leather upholstery, power and front seats, keyless and entry, Bluetooth and an eight-speaker system. The XLE Premium adds a and a few other minor perks, the Touring gains 18-inch (versus 17s), a navigation and a smartphone app integration system. The features include xenon upgraded leather upholstery, rear seats, ventilated seats and an 11-speaker JBL premium system.

In reviews, we’ve impressed by the Avalon’s upscale quality, roomy seating and trunk. There’s plenty of on tap and the precise steering has a firm, feel to it. Whether threading its way a tight mountain pass or serenely on the open freeway, accommodating full-size sedan a very appealing blend of and useful performance. The only downside is that the car’s quality isn’t quite as as before, which could previous Avalon buyers. But this Avalon’s superior manners will likely to the vast majority of large shoppers.

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Redesigned for 2013, the latest of the Toyota Avalon has a more look and feel than the one. Under the sleek new is a stiffer structure that both ride and handling Since its debut, this has seen only a minor of standard and optional features.

and built with American in mind, the previous, third-generation Avalon ran from 2005-’12. four trims were XL, Touring, XLS and Limited. The Touring was in that it was a sporty Avalon, 17-inch wheels, a more tuned suspension, an all-black and aluminum trim. Sporty is a term, though, since this Avalon was tuned for comfort than zipping corners. All Avalons had a 268-hp V6 and it drove the front wheels a six-speed automatic transmission.

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Unlike earlier-generation Avalons, one couldn’t be had with a front seat. But there was ample in the front and plenty of legroom to out in back, where a nearly floor allowed three to sit comfortably. The materials were first-rate and build quality was overall.

Changes throughout generation were minimal. The V6 was initially rated for 280 hp, but revised SAE procedures dropped that to 268 hp, with the 2006 model Avalons from 2005-’07 had a automatic instead of the later so expect slightly less and fuel economy from earlier models. For 2009, control became standard the board and the Touring trim was For 2011, Toyota updated the exterior styling and dashboard The XLS trim level was also leaving the base Avalon and the

In road tests and reviews, we the third-gen Avalon to be an excellent sedan. Highway driving in is luxurious, making long trips a pleasure. The V6 engine smoothly and powerfully, while impressive fuel economy This Avalon handles but mainly this is a full-size car for comfort rather than Downsides are few. the rear doesn’t fold down to luggage capacity and the driving is isolated and hence somewhat

With the second-generation Avalon, from 2000-’04, Toyota a number of improvements over the version. Available in XL and XLS trims, the Avalon was roomier and more advanced. Optional stability and brake assist features added to improve safety. The V6 was equipped with variable timing, providing a modest increase over the previous with a peak of 210 hp. In road we commented that the second-gen wasn’t a particularly interesting car to but it countered with plenty of comfort and smoothness. A curvaceous design further distinguished model from its relatively competitors.

The original Toyota Avalon, from 1995-’99, came in two (XL and XLS) and had a 192-hp 3.0-liter V6 and a automatic transmission. Minor revisions for the 1997 model saw the output of the V6 increase to 200 hp.

For the first two generations, Toyota did not many significant changes. used-Avalon shoppers should more on the condition and mileage of the than a specific year of

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