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The ultimate in luxury without breaking the bank by JPad on 02/17/2013. Trim: 2013 Toyota Avalon Limited, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: The power, the styling, the comfort
Cons: It is a little smaller than our old Avalon. It no longer has a full spare tire.
Overall review: A great car!
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An Excellent Redesign by David on 04/09/2013. Trim: 2013 Toyota Avalon Limited, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: The V6 is incredibly smooth and provides excellent gas mileage - over 28 MPG on two trips taken to date. The paddle shifters enhance performance and provide an enjoyable driving experience; I do not miss my Infiniti at all. I purchased the Limited edition and I love all of the near luxury features on this car, it provides a Lexus type environment at much less than the cost.
Cons: I do not have any dislikes about my vehicle at this time.
Overall review: I think that Toyota did a great job on the redesign, as I never considered purchasing the previous models because they were just too stodgy.
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Avalon Hybrid by Ibuycars1 on 02/16/2013. Trim: 2013 Toyota Avalon Limited, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: The car looks wonderful. The stereo on the Limited is very good. The LED running lights are attractive.
Overall review: This car is a bargain. Nicer than the Lexus and costs less. Fantastic ride with a comfortable interior. MPG is very impressive.
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2013 Toyota Avalon aka "Clone Lexus" by JamesG on 06/16/2013. Trim: 2013 Toyota Avalon XLE Premium.
Pros: Luxurious interior Available options list Outstanding quality Bold exterior styling with redesign
Cons: Recently lost compare test against Kia Cadenza & Chevy Impala Front Face is a hate it or love it kind of thing Same engine in Camry V6, would expect a bump in power to compete with the heavyweights listed above!
Overall review: 2013 Toyota Avalon is a bold surprise from the Toyota brand. This rendering of the Avalon gets more style and sleek lines flowing through-out the design body. Wheels can be fitted from 17's to 18's and that chrome grill gives the Avalon some swagger. Using a V6 putting out 268 HP is a bit under powered to compete with the other cars in its class but, it makes do. Interior stack is laid out nicely and controls were easy to pick up. Starting around 34 grand the Avalon is a sure fire pick for Toyota loyalist or newcomers to the brand. To put the Avalon over the top it would need a power bump up to the 300HP area and it would definitely put the competition on notice!!!
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The biggest suprise of the year goes to the Avalon! by James on 03/27/2013. Trim: 2013 Toyota Avalon XLE Touring, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Quite interior, smooth ride, sneaky acceleration....especially in sport mode. I am 6'4 and this is one of the only sedans under 40K that i can fit in comfortably. Leather is far better than previous Avalon years. Entune takes a little getting used to but great once you figure it out. Opt for the XLE if you can, the option are definetly worth paying a little extra.
Cons: Sport mode drinks too much gas
Overall review: The best car under 40K hands down. Plenty of space, plenty of options, interior is a huge upgrade from last years model. Please check this car out after you have driven the rest. You will buy an Avalon, a Lexus without the Lexus price tag.
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