I've had a Merecedes roadster, a couple
of Volvos, several Buicks, Oldses, and
other comfy cars but this '96 Avalon is
the best. The suspension has had strut
problems, but otherwise, at 122K, it's
a fine-running, easy on the body kinda
car. And although it has a "Cashmere
Beige" stodgy exterior, it has
surprising performance and can really
scoot when you need it to. If you can
find an Avalon at a good price, BUY IT!
Easy in-out; nice leather seats, pretty
good mileage; power boost feature
(though I stopped using it when gas
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