The full-size sedan is as American as apple pie, baseball and Chuck Norris. It was the preferred vehicular choice for decades when gas was cheap, space was abundant and the crossover sport-utility was but a glint in Jeep's eye. As full-size sedans have shrunk from those land yacht days of yore, this most American of automobiles has been defined in recent years by a Japanese car: the Toyota Avalon. Providing a space-efficient interior, abundant luxury features, strong performance, solid crash test scores, thrifty fuel economy and a refined ride, the Avalon has been the bar that competitors have been expected to clear.
The 2010 Toyota Avalon Sedan is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 with 268 hp. Standard features include cloth seat-upholstery, 8-way power driver bucket seat, 4-way passenger bucket seat, bench rear seat, AM/FM radio with 6-disc changer... MORE FEATURES
The 2010 Toyota Avalon Sedan is available in 3 trim levels:
|Toyota Avalon Sedan XL||$27,945|
|Toyota Avalon Sedan XLS||$32,245|
|Toyota Avalon Sedan Limited||$35,285|
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