2013 Toyota Avalon V6 0-60 MPH First Drive Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2013 Toyota Avalon V6 has been redesigned
with a much more youthful buyer in mind. Gone is the old-fashioned and
somewhat stogy Avalon replaced by a much sleeker and dare we say sportier
model that hopes to sell better to a larger demographic of buyers. We
recently had the chance to test, drive and review the all new Avalon, and
of course to see how fast it will go from 0-60 MPH in San Antonio, Texas.
So is the Avalon ready to move out of the country club and into the
mainstream? Check out this first drive review to find out.
2013 Toyota Avalon Limited Walkaround and Features
A walkaround and some of the features of a 2013 Toyota Avalon Limited.
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2013 Toyota Avalon Review | VroomGirls
Tara Weingarten, editor-in-chief at VroomGirls, reviews the 2013 Toyota
Avalon. Redone from the wheels up, the 2013 Toyota Avalon is no longer the
brand's wallflower. Pretty, smart and poised, she's this year's
valedictorian! View the full text review at
2014 Toyota Avalon XLE Premium Test Drive Video Review
http://www.autobytel.com/toyota/avalon/2014/prices/?id=32972 The 2014
Toyota Avalon is a big, roomy, fuel efficient car with some nice luxury
amenities. The Avalon has been on sale in the U.S. for almost 20 years and
it has never been a very stylish car. Well that all changed with the most
recent update last year. Now the Avalon has a very sleek and aerodynamic
look that will set the tone for other Toyota vehicles as evident with the
The 2014 Toyota Avalon is a full-sized family car that is priced between
$31,340 - $39,650 with the model tested here coming in at $33,195. The
Avalon is a very light-weight vehicle in the class of portly large sedans.
That helps with not only fuel economy but also with performance. The 3.5
liter V-6 engine makes 268 horsepower and 248 lb-ft. or
torque. Fuel economy is 21 MPG in the city and 31 MPG on the highway.
Being a full-sized car, the Avalon has a ton of interior space especially
for the rear passengers. The driver's seat is wrapped in leather with 8-way
adjustable controls. Comfort is certainly not a problem in the Avalon. The
Intelligent Touch Center Console controls the stereo and climate controls.
The only downside is the small touchscreen. Ergonomically the control and
features are easy to find.
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2013 Toyota Avalon XLE
http://drivencarreviews.com The fourth generation Toyota Avalon gets
something the others have never had- style. For 2013 Toyota has aimed their
premium sedan at younger buyers. Tom Voelk travels to Santa Barbra, CA to
check out a base XLE model, and gets a glimpse at the new hybrid model.
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The Avalon has been something of a caricature for Toyota since it wafted
onto the stage in 1994. The stretched Camry was low on soul, devoid of
style and soft of spring. In short, it was the Buick that wouldn't leave
you stranded. Since then Toyota has struggled to divine a mission for their
full size sedan, a problem complicated by the re-invigoration of the large
sedan market by the American brands. In hopes of resurrecting the Avalon's
sales numbers, which have slid to 25% of their 2000 year shipments, Toyota
has injected something hitherto unseen in an Avalon: style. Is it enough?
Before we dive right into the Avalon, it's important to cover the
competition. Back when the Chrysler LHS and Buick Park Avenue roamed the
land, the Avalon's competition was easy to identify. Nearly 20 years later
those customers are in a nursing home without a driver's license and Toyota
is looking for new hunting grounds (I can kid because I owned an LHS.) Now
we have the moderately successful Chrysler 300, the larger-than-ever
Taurus, a new Impala that doesn't make me want to put my eyes out and a
revised Hyundai Azera trying to beat Toyota at their own game.
But wait, I'm forgetting one. The "elephant in the room" that is the Lexus
ES 350. You see, the kind of shopper that needs a new car and immediately
thinks "Toyota Avalon" is far more likely to cross shop the Lexus ES than
the gangsta 300 or the Impala. After spending a week in the ES and the
Avalon fraternal twins back-to-back this comparison is even more valid.
Now in its fourth incarnation, the Avalon has finally developed a sense of
style. While the "I'm a bigger Camry" look is still going on, Toyotas has
managed to inject some creases and curves that made my 33 year old eyes
take a second look. It's not as visually exciting as the Chrysler 300, but
Toyota's styling efforts look better thought out than the Impala's 11/10ths
Cruze grille. Car makers love making their vehicles "instantly
identifiable" as a member of their brand. Translation: they make them all
look the same.
Thankfully Toyota ditched the Camry "quotation mark" shaped tail lamps for
a more elegant rear end treatment. The new rump features more chrome than
any other Toyota product, dual Exhaust
tips and tail lamps that wrap well around the side. The engineers stretched
the Avalon's greenhouse over the trunk to increase the visual length of the
car, a trick that worked on me until I looked at the spec sheet. At 195
inches, the Avalon is 6-inches longer than the Camry, but it's several
inches shorter than the Chrysler, Chevy and Ford. Since the ES and Avalon
are now twins separated at birth most of the dimensions are common except
that the Avalon gets a bigger booty (and more trunk space in the process)
and (oddly enough) has a lower ride height making it visually more
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2014 Toyota Avalon Limited Review, Start up and Walkaround
Welcome to JustinsCarReviews. Today I present to you the 2014 Toyota Avalon
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In this video I go over the interior/exterior features of the Avalon as
well as performance data. Also talk a bit about the materials used in the
interior, As well as talk a look at the trunk.
The 2014 Toyota Avalon is a full size car which competes with the Chevrolet
Impala, Dodge Charger/Chrysler 300, Ford Taurus, Hyundai Genesis and plenty
more. The Avalon featured in the video is equipped with the Limited Premium
Package. Which includes:
JBL Audio System
Heated Rear Seats
Automatic High Beams
Rear Seat Climate Controls
Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
Power Rear Window Sunshade
3-Zone Independent Automatic Climate Control
Now lets talk a bit about some of the standard features of this vehicle.
You get Leather upholstery, Dual Projector style headlights, Push button
Start, Smart key access, 10 standard air bags, paddle shifters, 18"
Aluminum wheels and much more. Features that you wont find standard in some
of the competitors. Though it does come with a price of $37,355.00 for a
XLE. Also the 3.5L V6 is standard, You do have an option for a Hybrid model
for the vehicle as well. This particular model in the video stickers at
$42,400.00. In some ways lower and higher than the competition. Is it still
worth considering the Avalon as your next full size car? Yes! Check one
out, You wont be disappointed you did! With that being said i would like to
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2013 Toyota Avalon first drive from Consumer Reports
The Toyota Avalon has long been spacious and oh-so-practical. New sporty
styling and a firmed-up suspension go after young-at-heart buyers, while
the hybrid promises impressive fuel economy. See how the Avalon compares to
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2013 Toyota Avalon revealed Inside and Out
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2013 Toyota Avalon is a game changer
according to Toyota. Toyota hopes to sell 70,000 new Avalons next year
which is over twice as many as it will sell this year. To reach that goal
Toyota has redesigned the car to make it more modern and up-to-date. Toyota
says that it hopes to attacks a much younger buyer to the Avalon. The
current Avalon buyer is 68-year-old. So did Toyota succeed? You decide as
we check out the new Avalon inside and out.
2013 Toyota Avalon Review - Kelley Blue Book
The latest Avalon is a far riskier full size sedan than we've seen from
Toyota in years past. With edgier looks and more engaged handling has the
perpetually soft Avalon forsaken its comfy roots? KBB's Micah Muzio
discusses in this video.
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2013 Toyota Avalon Review - Next-gen product in search of next-gen customers
With the Avalon's look becoming as dated as its customer base, Toyota
relaunches a bold new full-size sedan in the hopes of attracting Gen-X.
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It wasn't too long ago that if you wanted an electric vehicle, you'd end up
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