Published on September 27th, 2012 | by Tawann Guice0
2013 Toyota Avalon A Redesign For America By America
If there has ever been an import auto maker that has earn the respect of this avid “American Muscle Car” guy over time, it has to be Toyota. I for one; once thought of Toyotas to be pretty damn ugly. As you may see from the picture below, there was much reason to believe such.
Now, I’m sure the fan boys will probably feel like that was a very bias picture, and I can admit that the later models were much more appealing to the eye. Never the less Japan’s original automobile pride and joy was once upon a time; not considered to be the American “Go To” of autos. As time would go on; Toyota performance would grow into and almost cult like anomaly which would gain the company a lot of attention while simultaneously capture the hearts of many Americans looking for a less expensive and less gas guzzling alternative. Today, Toyota and their fleet of both economical and attractive autos share the spotlight with companies like Honda and Nissan. All three companies would offer vehicles ranging from small or economic to mid-sized to full size autos, including SUV’s. Still no company could deliver to a potential customer both reliability, longevity and an overtime developed attractiveness like Toyota.
In 2013, Toyota would again bring to customers a line of luxury almost unparalleled to any low to mid-ranged priced vehicle on the market. See as Toyota’s Group VP / General Manager and Keynote speaker Bob Carter unveils to you a new status quo in luxury and design in the all new 2013 Toyota Avalon.