Sitting behind the wheel of the Avalon reveals that comfort and convenience are top priorities. A six-speed automatic transmission comes standard, along with four-wheel ABS disc brakes, traction control, brake assist system, and stability control. Front, side and curtain airbags keep occupants safe, while leather seats, steering wheel audio controls, heated exterior mirrors, dual-zone climate control, power seats, rearview camera, and Bluetooth phone capability keep them comfortable. The nine-speaker audio system includes a six-disc CD changer and is mp3 and USB compatible. A touch screen navigation system is optional. All the comfort isn’t reserved for the front seats – even the rear seats recline in the Avalon (although they don’t fold down, which limits cargo capacity somewhat).
The 2012 Avalon is a car designed for comfort. With plentiful amenities and spacious seating, it’s the perfect for long-distance drives or daily commutes spent sitting in traffic. Toyota has announced a full redesign of the Avalon for 2013, with a more aggressive exterior, a number of new trim lines, and a hybrid variant. It will retain most of the safety features found on the 2012 Avalon, but will be slightly smaller.
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