Monday, September 24, 2007

2007 Toyota Avalon

The 2007 Avalon is Toyota's luxury flagship 4-door sedan. It ships in 4 trim levels, the XL, Touring, XLS, and the Avalon Limited. All models come with a 3.5 liter 24-valve V6, producing 268 hp @6200 rpm and 248 lb.-ft. @4700 rpm. The Avalon shifts smoothly through an electronically controlled 5-speed automatic transmission. You can expect a high level of quality in the exterior details, such as color-keyed bumpers, and dual exhaust pipes.

The interior of the 2007 Toyota Avalon is quite comfortable with its audio and climate controls mounted on a manually adjustable steering wheel. Look for a very convenient center console with cup holders and map cubby. A glance forward to the dash reveals a highly functional display, including trip information, temperature, and interior climate control. How many times will you thank Toyota for including an anti-lockout feature coupled with its multifunction remote keyless system and power door locks. All your convenience needs are met with the Avalon, including a digital quartz clock.

Safety features are in abundance in the 2007 Avalon, starting with 4-wheel disc brakes with ABS, driver and front airbags, front and rear side curtain airbags, a driver's knee airbag, and tire pressure monitoring system. Special child safety equipment is included, like the child proof rear door locks and rear seat anchors for your child seat. Add to that, a convenient interior trunk release for those wild Las Vegas nights.

The 2007 Toyota Avalon lives up to its promise of a premium quality car, with comfort, styling, performance, and safety to equal or surpass any American sedan. You will not go broke as you fly down the highway either, with mileage estimates of 22 city, 31 highway. Priced competitively, there are still many other options that can stir your flight of fancy including a moonroof, a voice activated DVD navigation system, and anti-theft system. The 2007 Avalon leaves one relaxed and refreshed after a long drive, as it fulfills its promise of a quiet and comfortable ride.

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