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Ah…I remember my days in Avalon. It was a time when you needed to show your AARP card in order to get one of these flagship Toyota sedans. It was likely the last car you were ever going to purchase. There were no Sport S + drive modes, sound enhancers, and adaptive variable suspensions. Nope; those days in Avalon are but a memory. This is the all-new 2019 model and it’s ready to take you back to the future. MSRP as-tested: $44,913. Click to Subscribe! http://bit.ly/subTestDriveNow Check out my SUV and Crossovers playlist! bit.ly [We will create custom playlist link] Like my Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/testdrivenow/ Browse my website: http://testdrivenow.com/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DriveTimeVideos About TestDriveNow: Welcome to TestDriveNow official YouTube channel! I deliver trusted, top-rated popular car reviews on cars like the Honda Accord, Audi s5, Dodge Durango, Subaru Crosstrek and more! TestDriveNow.com features Drive Time with Steve Hammes offering video program segments showcasing the newest vehicles and industry innovations coming to market. [Video Title] [Video URL] TestDriveNow http://www.youtube.com/stevehammes https://testdrivenow.com/toyota-avalon-touring-2019-review/
Even though some have left the full-sized sedan market in America, Toyota is committed and for 2019 they have given us an all-new Avalon with more of everything. More legroom, more cargo room, more power, and even better fuel economy in the Avalon Hybrid. The one thing that hasn't increased? The Hybrid model's price tag which is nearly $2,000 less than the 2018 model. More impressive of course is that the upsell from the non-hybrid has shrunk to just $1,000 meaning the average owner will save money overall by buying the hybrid over the V6. More videos: http://goo.gl/Kj1FlI Best cars in 2016: http://goo.gl/3xAVJi Upcoming reviews: http://goo.gl/pLtP6U AOA on Facebook: http://goo.gl/a47Cu1 The Mountain Garden: http://goo.gl/icFWcd
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