For 2011 the Toyota Avalon receives new front and rear styling, a new instrument panel and more standard. In addition, trim levels, reduced to the base Avalon (similar to the outgoing XLS trim) and the Avalon Limited.
The full-size sedan used to be the exclusive domain of American automakers. Popular with families, they offer plenty of space and comfort for passengers and strains was the size of an apartment in New York. Current full-sizer may not be as massive as they were, but they are much less space, they offer nearly as much space for people and things. A good example is the 2011 Toyota Avalon.
The last Avalon is known for its spacious interior, refined ride and known plenty of luxury features. Although this year’s model comes with some new styling (front end / back and dash), more standard equipment and a reduction in the full range of equipment from three to two, the 2011 Avalon is otherwise similar to that of his debut six years ago, a renewed. That’s fine with us because there is so much to recommend the Avalon. While the exterior looks smaller than most of its competitors, the Avalon manages to provide more space in the cabin. Meanwhile, the back seat of a reception is everywhere, in the back with standard reclining seat backs, lots of headroom and an available power sunshade.
The 2011 Toyota Avalon is a full-size sedan comes in base and Limited trim levels. Stock on the basis of Avalon includes 17-inch alloy wheels, fog lamps, auto-dimming driver and mirrors, heated mirrors, a sunroof, automatic headlights, leather upholstery, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, a backup camera (on the mounted mirror ), wood, leather interior, full power accessories, dual-zone automatic climate control, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, power driver seat, a reclining rear seats, Bluetooth, and a nine-in stereo speakers (with six-disc CD changer and USB / iPod connectivity ).
The Limited adds xenon headlights, automatic windscreen wipers, keyless ignition / entry, additional power driver seat controls, a power passenger, heated and ventilated front seats, driver memory functions, a power rear sunshade and a powerful audio system with 12 speakers.
The front-wheel-drive 2011 Toyota Avalon is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 rated 268 horsepower motivates and 248 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed automatic transmission as standard. The EPA fuel economy estimates for the Avalon at 20 mpg city and 29 mpg highway, making it one of the most economical full-size sedans available.
The Toyota Avalon interior feels luxurious and inviting, glowing through the feet, attractive and ergonomic control layout and high-performance materials. This year is the new dashboard and center console, along with standard wood and metal accents to the luxurious atmosphere, comparable Avalon impressive and its luxury Lexus is cousins.
The front seats are wide and reception, and limited, you also get heated and ventilated seats with a seat cushion length adjustment. The rear seats are extremely comfortable. Leg room is plentiful even in full-size sedan standards and have in the back seat of a manually adjustable backrest, so that passengers on long journeys. A 6-footer can sit on the back with a lot of knee-and headroom and a virtually flat floor, so that three is in the rear on carpool day is not a problem.
Not surprisingly, the 2011 Toyota Avalon is best on the highway. The cabin remains quiet, the ultra-smooth V6 engine, plenty of power and passing the suspension absorbs road imperfections without drama. The Avalon is no athlete, but so interested in a little more involved driving experience, think about the Buick LaCrosse. The Avalon’s steering is too light to feel sporty, but it responds to driver input in a precise, fluid manner. In addition, a tidy turning circle makes the Avalon feel unexpectedly nimble on tight city streets.