The New Toyota Avalon Still Looks like Grandma's Ride
If you venture to a Toyota dealer there's nothing but boring for the eye to see. The company makes nothing boring automobiles today. In years past, the company had some cool sports cars like the Celica and the twin turbo Supra, but today it's nothing but economy cars and family sedans. Toyota is trying to remake itself and has unveiled a new Avalon.
Unfortunately, for Toyota, the new Avalon is just as boring as the past Avalon. The Avalon has been Toyota's flagship car for many years now but it just doesn't really appeal to most buyers today. I hope Toyota will come back with an impressive car that car guys and gals wouldn't be embarrassed to be seen in.
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