Reviews the 2013 Toyota Avalon

Toyota's largest sedan got a huge dose of style for 2013. But it's not all about looks with the new Avalon. A more luxurious interior, more tech features and lower prices make it much more appealing than the outgoing version, says reviewer Joe Bruzek. Flashier styling and a new hybrid model should draw new buyers to the sedan and help diminish what Bruzek calls its "geezer factor."

2013 Toyota Avalon Review



surprisingly, I really like it. Toyota is doing a good job as of late, style wise. the only oversight that I see from these pictures is the tiny heat seat switches, I mean with gloves those will never be good. LOL

Toyota has launched its new series of car that is Avalon.People would definitely love its interiors and more technical features and cheap prices.

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