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2014 Toyota Avalon Has Improved Handling

Posted on June 2, 2014

Walking up to the 2014 Toyota Avalon Limited after it was delivered for my test drive, one thing was evident, this is a big sedan. It looked like a stretch Limo the first time I saw this 2014 Avalon. The car was completely redesigned for 2013 and was upgraded with more responsive handling. Avalon has been known for its smooth ride, easy operability and roomy interior. This week we are testing a 2014 Toyota Avalon Limited ($39,650) with the Technology Package.

Full review at www.automoblog.net.

Related Topics: new vehicles, sedans, Toyota, Toyota Avalon, Vehicle Reviews

Comments ( 1 )
  • andrew pappas

     | about 6 years ago

    I was a fan of the previous Avalon as a town car replacement and was excited to hear the Lexus es was switching from Camry to Avalon. Unfortunately, the better handling detracts from the ride, and the sloping rear roofline eats into headroom especially on entry and exit.

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