It doesn't matter that Toyota Avalon is at higher price than Toyota Camry. It has got a very smooth ride and far better than most of the cars. You would come to know that soon my friend. Los Angeles Toyota
Most people here, on SHO, are not in the market or demographic target market for the Avalon anyway.
Whatever comes up on drawings is only a partially accurate rendering of what the final version of the car is going to be. I don't know why people are getting all huffy and puffy about it.
The Toyota 4Runners has had some minor changes for 2011. ... on the latest marketing innovations but its a different thing that driving with Toyota Avalon gives you the feeling of driving a luxury car but without paying the luxury price. Starting at an MSRP of $32,445 for the basic package this car is an alternative to entry-level luxury cars without giving up the luxury feel. Thanks to irvine toyota dealer.
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