CARMEL, CA – It’s not quite apple pie, baseball and Chevrolet, but the third-generation Avalon is the most all-American vehicle Toyota Motor Corp. has developed to date. And this flagship is poised to win over a lot more American buyers with increased dimensions and added features and trim levels. Engineered at the Toyota Technical Center in Ann Arbor, MI, styled at the Calty studio in Newport Beach, CA, and built in Georgetown, KY, this newest reincarnation of the flagship is longer, ...
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