2007 Toyota Avalon Limited 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
The gps system is effectively inoperative. You can't get the enter key to hit a letter or other item with any sort of reliability. Entering a street name could take twenty minutes. The dealer here in Newark De, said that this is typical and fixing would cost a small fortune. So I use a $150 garmin. Pathetic, don't you think? I have about 50k miles on the car. Also, the seat heaters stay on all the time, so I had to disconnect the fuses, so I lost that function. I am a little disappointed in the car for these reasons. Other than that, it has a beautiful ride with excellent mileage. My next car will not be an Avalon - I may go to a Buick or a Lexus.
Keyless thingy is wonderful, just wonderful. Must have on all future cars.
Bluetooth and a much better nav system integrated with bluetooth. Also, input for ipod would be nice.
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