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2014 Toyota Avalon remains on top of growing luxury market

Allan Nott Automotive provides full model overview online

LIMA, Ohio, Jan. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Avalon has represented one of Toyota's most lavish vehicle offerings since its arrival to the U.S. market in 1994. Equipped with legendary Toyota reliability and quality, the Avalon has always featured many of Toyota's best advancements in luxury and comfort. However, it wasn't until a 2013 model refresh that the Avalon started to really capture the American market in search of a higher class vehicle.

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Planted firmly to the pavement and featuring assertive body lines, the 2014 Toyota Avalon carries with it its own unique style in a crowded market of luxury-based sedans. Aiming to capture both elegance and athleticism, the Avalon features one of the most forward-thinking designs in its model history. Not only visually appealing, the Avalon's distinct look also proves to be functional as well. Designed to cut through wind and enhance both driving performance as well as diminish road noise, the Avalon provides a driving experience that offers both comfort and excitement.

The Avalon's dedication to excellence, demonstrated with its body design, transitions into its interior. Draped with some of the highest quality interior materials available on a vehicle, the Avalon sets a new standard for with its precision and custom detailing. To enhance the 2014 Toyota Avalon's comfort levels, many of today's top automotive technology features can also be found inside of its cabin. These same technology features also work to increase the safety levels of the Avalon as well.

The 2014 Toyota Avalon in Lima, Ohio is available with one standard 3.5-liter V-6 engine. Even though the options for the Avalon's powertrain do not run as deep as other market offerings, the Toyota has equipped its Avalon with an ideal combination of power and efficiency. Producing nearly 270 horsepower, the Avalon remains surprisingly efficient for a vehicle with such impressive power, where it obtains a highway driving Environmental Protection Agency rating of up to 31 mpg. In addition, Toyota has outfitted its luxury sedan with a new electric steering system to help produce a more spirited driving performance. View the complete 2014 Toyota Avalon overview here.

Drivers interested in learning more about the 2014 Toyota Avalon are encouraged to contact Allan Nott Automotive directly online or by phone at 419-331-0381.

Media Contact: Eric Martin, Allan Nott Car Dealership, (419)331-0381, [email protected]

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