Measured owner satisfaction with 2011 Toyota Avalon after 90-days of ownership.
Ease of getting in and out of the vehicle
Comfort of the 2nd row seats
Smoothness of vehicle's ride
Owners Don't Like
The problems experienced by owners of the 2011 Toyota Avalon during the first 90-days of ownership.
The vehicle's navigation system
Styling of gauges and instruments
Vehicle's handling on curves
6 speed, Automatic
Front Wheel Drive
2011 Toyota Avalon Review
What is surprising is the sheer number of ways the new 2011Toyota Avalon manages to soothe the senses. The advanced 3.5-Liter DOHC V6 produces a remarkable 268Horse power. Dual Independent Variable Valve Timing with intelligence automatically varies the valve timing to optimize the engine’s power and efficiency. Upgrade to Avalon Class with standard features that include heated and ventilated front seats a leather-wrapped steering wheel and a power rear sunshade. Avalon Limited even comes standard with rain-sensing windshield wipers1 and an available voice-activated touch-screen DVD navigation system2 that integrates the display for the standard rear-mounted backup camera3 into the navigation system’s screen. Avalon’s list of standard safety features goes beyond its seven airbags. It comes with the Toyota Star Safety System. This integration of advanced safety features seeks to help drivers avoid accidents in the first place. It includes Vehicle Stability Control Traction Control with off switch Anti-lock Brake System with Electronic Brake-force Distribution and Brake Assist. The 2011 Toyota Avalon Comfort is Back.