Traded an '87 Toyota Cressida on the '98 Avalon.
The Cressida was still an excellent car, but husband
wanted front-wheel drive after we moved to
The Avalon, though not as sexy as the Cressida,
has been rock-solid, comfy to drive, love the extra
room afforded by column-shift, great power,
perfect for long drives, smooth, no maintenance
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