The first striking thing about the
toyota avalon is the spacious interior.
It has a lot of room for both the back
seats and the front.The car is somewhat
lacking in the design in the interior,
however. It is somewhat dull and not
extraordinarly exciting. This is
compensated for by the engine. The very
same engine of the Lexus E 300 and even
after 100,000 miles on mine it still
runs absolutely perfectly. The car is
by far the smoothest car I've ridden
in. And if you want a good, reliable,
smooth and classic car, look into the
Toyota Avalon. Its really worth it. I
mean, honestly, who goes online to
write a review about a car unless they
really like it?
the whole car is all around an
excellent car. and it completely
survives the test of time.
Stop making them in gold. although
toyota owns lexus, lets keep them at
different levels. And better stereos,
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