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2013 Toyota Avalon Tested by Daily News

The fourth generation Toyota Avalon steps out from the shadows of the manufacturer’s Camry and Lexus ES model, coming with improved style, more equipment and interior comfort.
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With a restyled front end bearing a large grille, longer and more angular headlights and a sleek roof that ends in a fastback style at the rear, the 2013 Toyota Avalon really made its image more recognizable.

Offered in four different trim levels, the top $39,650 Limited edition comes with lots of features, including premium perforated leather, HID quadrant headlights, LED daytime running lights, power rear window sunshade and rear climate control, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, backup camera, blind spot monitor, automatic high beam and touch technology instead of traditional buttons to really make its passengers feel special.

The whole range is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 producing 268 hp and 336 Nm (248 lb-ft) of torque and there is even a hybrid powertrain composed by a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder ECVT and electric motor to satisfy ‘green’ owners.

Go see NY Daily News’ report on the recently tested full sedan here.
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