The 2013 Toyota Avalon has been officially unveiled, and Motorcars Toyota, serving Cleveland Heights, has the inside scoop just for you.
The fourth generation of the Japanese automaker's full-size sedan is sportier than ever on the outside. On the inside, it's refined and elegant. And believe us when we say it has the performance to back those looks up. It features three distinct drive modes via driver-selectable switches: Normal, Eco, and Sport.
In Eco mode, the 2013 Toyota Avalon limits its throttle response and A/C power usage in order to attain the highest fuel economy possible. Sport mode, meanwhile, allows the vehicle to boast enhanced throttle response and center-weighted steering for a more thrilling experience. And, of course, Normal mode serves as a solid middle ground that affords decent fuel economy, performance, and use of all comfort and convenience features.
And while we're on the subject of technological components, there are more than a few new ones in the 2013 Toyota Avalon. For instance, the Toyota Entune system allows for a level of connectedness never before experienced in the Avalon. Meanwhile, all-new sound-absorbing materials work to reduce unnecessary wind and engine noise in the cabin for optimum use of its JBL Synthesis Premium Audio system.
The 2013 Avalon will be assembled at Toyota facility in Georgetown, Kentucky, but there's currently no word on when. For that, Motorcars Toyota asks that you stay tuned. We're dedicated to keeping you up to date on everything concerning the 2013 Avalon, from now until when it's available for a test drive here at 2950 Mayfield Rd..