The testers over at The Car Connection seem to think so. The car is bigger, more powerful, gets better gas mileage and is cheaper (except for the Limited) than the ES 330. While I can't argue with any of those points (because they are true numbers) I think the cache is lost with the styling, though the Avalon almost reminds me of the new GS from certain angles in the front. As usual Toyota wows 'em with the hardware and forgets about the sheet metal.
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