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Toyota Of Portland
(207) 321-3477
191 Riverside St
Portland, ME
 
Prime Toyota Hyundai Scion
(207) 282-6161
788 Portland Rd # 792
Saco, ME
 
Portlandvolvousedcars
(207) 883-5568
Portland Volvo 9 US Route 1
Scarborough, ME
 
Portland Motor Sales
(207) 879-0124
513 Washington Ave
Portland, ME

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Toyota Of Portland
(207) 321-3477
191 Riverside St
Portland, ME
 
Berlin City Toyota
(207) 321-3477
191 Riverside St
Portland, ME
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Rowe Special Credit
(207) 854-0038
152 Main St
Westbrook, ME

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Affordable Auto Sales & Service
(207) 878-7880
324 Warren Ave
Portland, ME

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Berlin City Toyota
(207) 321-3477
191 Riverside St
Portland, ME
 
Toyota Emerson
(207) 784-1348
990 Center St
Auburn, ME
 
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2011 Toyota Avalon Limited

July 30, 2010 by Alison Lakin, Associate Editor

2011 Toyota Avalon

DriverSide Overview  
Newly redesigned for 2011, the Toyota Avalon takes steps to remain competitive in a saturated large sedan segment. It’s a good time for an update too, considering the new Ford Taurus , Buick LaCrosse and Nissan Maxima have received substantial redesigns recently. But does the Toyota meet the high demands of large sedan buyers? Yes and no. A new exterior look adds modern flair to the four-door body and interior styling is greatly improved, especially when viewed from the driver’s seat. The drive is competent, smooth and comfortable, but utterly un-engaging, much like previous Avalon models. Where we’re left wanting more is in the technology department, which should have been buoyed by a new touch-screen setup and handy functionality like Bluetooth connectivity. Yet the whole interface falls short of what Ford and other competitors deliver and already seems out of date. Couple that with a price point that seems a tad too high, we’re feeling ambivalent about the whole situation. However, Toyota’s name still brings with it a large buyer base and a level of assumed security, which means the Avalon Limited is guaranteed to fit within many buyers’ prerequisites for a large sedan. 
 
2011 Toyota Avalon


2011 Toyota Avalon


2011 Toyota Avalon
What's to Like 
An updated exterior modernizes the Avalon, yet won’t alienate those searching for a subtler look from their large sedan. Comfort is key here, with the Avalon providing a non-intrusive, smooth ride for all passengers. The interior looks classy and up-to-date and features a fantastic audio system as standard in the Limited.
 
What's Not to Like 
Passengers in the rear will have to perch on a disappointingly uncomfortable rear bench seat. Technology features are already out of date, and the drive quality is uninspiring. Watch out, Toyota, with the Limited trim inching into the $35K area, you’re going up against a number of cars with a lot more to offer for the money.
 
The Drive: 
DriverSide Driving Impressions 
If Toyota aimed to make a car that was unobtrusive and subtle, then they’ve nailed it. The engine produces a good amount of power, but it’s tempered by the smooth shifting six-speed automatic transmission. A soft suspension allows the car to seemingly hover over the road, returning exactly zero road feel to the driver. It’s the same with the steering, which is vague, electronic feeling and unable to communicate anything through the wheel. Pedal response in the throttle is dull and the brakes are spongy. Safe to say, this is not an enthusiast’s car. However, the sound deadening is fantastic and you’ll be quite comfortable driving long distances in the lumbar-supported, heated and cooled fron...

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