2004 Toyota Avalon XLS 4dr Sedan w/Bench Seats (3.0L 6cyl 4A)
I testdrove several cars before
deciding on the Avalon. I liked it
better than the more expensive Lexus
ES300, because the Avalon feels
spacier. The nav system is working
very well. For destinations that I'm
familiar with it always picks the best
route I've learned over the years
(in 'quickest' mode). It's taught me
some new routes when using 'shortest'
or 'alternate' mode. The screen is
clear under all conditions, being
mounted under a slight overhang.
The Avalon responds real well, is
comfortable/luxurious to drive, and
when kicked down really accelerates
well for such a large car.
luxurious interior, nav system, memory
seats and the 110 Volt AC outlet for
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