2013 Toyota Avalon XLE Touring 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
I am on my fifth and possibly last Toyota.
The changes they have made have all been a huge disappointment.
Toyota changed the navigation and it is a huge step backwards.
We have only had the car for three weeks and are looking to sell it already.
It is a beautiful car but not worth the price.
Car has too much technology and makes it complicated to use.
Go back to the older navigation system.
It worked much better.
Maybe a 2013 car should not be something you should look into. Now, cars are built with a lot of technology. I went from a 2005 car into the Avalon and what a difference. Only took me a few trips to firure out everything.
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