2009 Toyota Avalon Styling

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Editors at TheCarConnection.com note that the 2009 Toyota Avalon, on both the inside and the outside. is designed to appease high-end drivers.

Car and Driver succinctly calls the 2009 Toyota Avalon "Toyota's Buick." While it doesn't blow anyone away, neither does it offend, and its interesting-to-some creases and folds lend it a bit of flair. "Too many unnecessary angles," complains Motor Trend, though "at least it's interesting for a change." "The new Avalon wears a more stylish suit of clothes than in the past," claims Road & Track.

The 2009 Toyota Avalon is sleek and sophisticated inside and out, but some might find it boring.

Reviewers generally favor the interior styling of the 2009 Toyota Avalon. "Any Toyota Avalon feels upscale and inviting," contends Edmunds, citing an "attractive and ergonomic control layout, and high-quality materials." There are other nice touches inside, "including the Optitron gauges once exclusive to that brand," says Road & Track.

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