LIVONIA, MI – After three months on the market, early results indicate Toyota Motor Corp.'s new Avalon is attracting younger buyers, as the auto maker hoped it would. Ernest Bastien, vice president-vehicle operations group, Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc., tells Ward's at an event here that Avalon's new sporty Touring model so far has the lineup's lowest average age of buyer at 52. (See related story: Toyota Says Next Avalon Should Appeal to Younger Buyers) '05 Avalon “For Avalon, ...

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