DEARBORN, MI – When the ’05 Avalon is unveiled by Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. early next year, expect the next-generation model to sell better with a somewhat younger clientele, says an official. Although he admits it’s unlikely the fullsize sedan ever will appeal to buyers in their mid-thirties, as does the Corolla, Jim Lentz, vice president-marketing for Toyota’s U.S. sales arm, predicts the new, more stylish Avalon will draw interest from those in their late 40s and early 50s. ...

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