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Review and picture of 2007 Toyota Avalon


The sunset that frames the car in that picture goes just a little bit of the way to accent the smoothness of the Avalon’s exterior. This new little Toyota feels comfortable in nature, and while it’s not going to take you riding through the mud, it’s reliable and comfortable for the long haul.

It may be front-wheel drive, and it may look a little smaller than the usual, but inside it’s all space, with an emphasis on convenience. Its cabin is full of features that make it a great drive and controls that make its operation easier. This car won’t get on your nerves. It’s there for you.

The Avalon is full of understatement, but don’t underestimate this car just because of its looks. Redesigned in ’05, the new Avalon comes with a navgation system and tire-pressure monitor, and it’s as durable as ever.

The Avalon XL comes with

  • cloth upholstery
  • dual-zone climate control and air filtering
  • nine-speaker stereo with AM/FM/CD/Cassette
  • power locks and windows
  • pinch protection
  • retained power
  • cruise control
  • engine immobilizer
  • audio and climate controls mounted on the wheel

The Touring model, just under 30k, features

  • agressive suspension tuning
  • 17 inch alloy wheels
  • leather trimmed seats
  • aluminum scuff plates
  • fog lamps

Then there’s the XLS

  • power moonroof
  • six-disc CD changer
  • auto-dimming rearview mirror
  • dual heated outside mirrors

And the Limited

  • 360-watt JBL Synthesis audio system with six-disc CD changer and 12 speakers
  • auto-reverse power rear sunshade
  • seat cushion length adjuster for the driver’s seat
  • smart key system
  • HID headlamps
  • rain-sensing windshiel wipers


Fashun Guadarrama

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