XL 4dr Sedan
2006 Toyota Avalon

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Engine Engine 3.5LV-6
MPG MPG 22 City / 31 Hwy
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2006 Avalon Overview

Though front-wheel drive, the Toyota Avalon is arguably the best rendition of a traditional big American car sold today.American cars should be this good.And it could even be argued that Toyota's flagship family sedan is in fact an American car.The Avalon was designed in Newport Beach, California, engineered by the Toyota Technical Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and is built in Georgetown, Kentucky.

This third-generation Avalon was completely redesigned late in the 2005 model year and comes with the latest in safety features (though electronic stability control is optional, not standard).Its styling is understated.It's more distinctive than the previous-generation Avalon, but it doesn't stand out, instead presenting a quiet look of grace and agility.Not everyone wants to pull up in a red Viper.

Inside is a comfortable cabin lavished with tasteful materials and ergonomically designed controls that make this car easy to operate and pleasant to drive.This newest Avalon is significantly larger than previous models.The front seats are roomy and comfortable and special attention was paid to back-seat comfort.This is a car that will never annoy you.

The Avalon is smooth and comfortable underway, quiet and serene.The suspension was tuned for ride comfort and it largely excels in this area.The newly designed double-overhead-cam V6 engine is smooth, quiet and powerful, while the electronically controlled five-speed automatic ensures smoothness and economy.

Four trim variations are available, each representing slightly different priorities to broaden the Avalon's appeal.There are no significant changes for 2006.Avalon benefits from Toyota's reputation for quality, durability and reliability.
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2006 Avalon Overview

Though front-wheel drive, the Toyota Avalon is arguably the best rendition of a traditional big American car sold today.American cars should be this good.And it could even be argued that Toyota's flagship family sedan is in fact an American car.The Avalon was designed in Newport Beach, California, engineered by the Toyota Technical Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and is built in Georgetown, Kentucky.

This third-generation Avalon was completely redesigned late in the 2005 model year and comes with the latest in safety features (though electronic stability control is optional, not standard).Its styling is understated.It's more distinctive than the previous-generation Avalon, but it doesn't stand out, instead presenting a quiet look of grace and agility.Not everyone wants to pull up in a red Viper.

Inside is a comfortable cabin lavished with tasteful materials and ergonomically designed controls that make this car easy to operate and pleasant to drive.This newest Avalon is significantly larger than previous models.The front seats are roomy and comfortable and special attention was paid to back-seat comfort.This is a car that will never annoy you.

The Avalon is smooth and comfortable underway, quiet and serene.The suspension was tuned for ride comfort and it largely excels in this area.The newly designed double-overhead-cam V6 engine is smooth, quiet and powerful, while the electronically controlled five-speed automatic ensures smoothness and economy.

Four trim variations are available, each representing slightly different priorities to broaden the Avalon's appeal.There are no significant changes for 2006.Avalon benefits from Toyota's reputation for quality, durability and reliability.Hide Full Review