2017 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Limited Review

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Today’s Avalon is a very different product from that modest initial offering. Although it has retained the same “big car” dimensions for the last decade, the packaging within has transformed the Avalon from a massaged Camry into a luxurious line-topping sedan with no need to apologize for anything.

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2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid LTD Review

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If you’re interested in saving 10 percent off the top, consider a Toyota Avalon instead of a Lexus ES300. Both four door luxury sedans derive from the same platform. Select the Hybrid model Avalon, and you’ll pay a base price of $41,950.

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2013 Toyota Avalon Limited Review

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Did you ever notice how automotive reviewers feel compelled to trash a company’s previous offering – one they universally loved just a few years back – whenever they’re given a new version of the same model to drive? This frequently occurs because manufacturers themselves denigrate their prior offering in order to cast a fairer

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2011 Toyota Avalon Review – Providing comfort in familiarity

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Toyota has introduced a redesigned Avalon for 2011, teaming its 268-HP V6 engine with a six-speed automatic transmission for high fuel efficiency

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Toyota Halts Sale of 8 Models

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Updated Jan. 28 Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. is telling dealers to suspend sales of eight models, and halting production of those models, after a recall to correct a problem that could cause the accelerator pedal to stick. The Japanese automaker said the sales suspension includes the following models: 2005-2010 Avalon 2007-2010 Camry 2007-2010 Tundra […]

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2008 Toyota Avalon Review- The Everyman Luxury Sedan

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Some call it a minor-league Lexus. Others refer to it as a bloated Camry. But no matter how you classify it, the Toyota Avalon has always fit the niche as the ultimate value-oriented luxury sedan. No other car can compete with such a wide range of cars; from premium Japanese brands like Acura, Infiniti, and it’s sibling, Lexus, to less-expensive domestic makes from Chrysler, Buick and Ford.

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