All in all, when you’re a business woman worth $600 million (in 2011), it’s hard to imagine you do your own driving, or own a Toyota sedan.
With a bulging chromed lower grille at the front and and a sloping rear, it’s clear Toyota was trying a four-door coupe design. The car is smaller than the 2012 model, but somehow also roomier.
The 2013 Avalon brings more space for the passengers, both in the front and the back. Toyota also says they’ve improved the ride comfort and the handling of the sedan. It now features three distinctive driving modes (Normal, Eco and Sport) that change throttle and steering feel.