2013 Toyota Avalon Being Part of Toyota’s Plan Next Year
In order to get leadership back, Toyota has created a plan to produce a lineup of new or redesigned cars over the next two years. Under the schedule that Toyota has given, you will see at least 10 products that will show up in dealerships by the end of 2012 which includes 2013 Toyota Avalon.
Regarding the much-awaited Avalon, Toyota declared that it’s going to arrive in the fall of 2012. Last June, dealerships that went to the national meeting in Las Vegas turned out to be even more excited about the Avalon instead of the Camry. The Avalon’s styling is actually influenced by the Audi A7, Jaguar XJ and the Lexus lines. The new Avalon will keep the 3.5-liter V-6 engine but its handling is going to be improved.
Below are some people’s opinion about the upcoming 2013 Toyota Avalon:
I just hope this Avalon won’t look as drabby and boring as the current model……..though if the intended clientele for this car are retiring CEOs and senior citizens, well I guess things can’t be helped then
Aren’t the Avalon and the GS on the same platform? I think the GS looks much better but I guess we will see how they compair in 2013…
The demographics of the Avalon buyer is much like the ES350 (avg age around 60 & conservative). Both brands have tried to lower this average without much success to date. They both have a loyal following though.
So this is the end of our preview, we hope those info above quite satisfies you. Now it’s your turn to let us know what you think of the 2013 Toyota Avalon.
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