Consumer Review of the Week: 2016 Toyota Avalon

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2016 Toyota Avalon
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CARS.COM — With its attractive styling and roomy interior, Toyota scores points with its large sedan, the Avalon. Lightly updated for 2016, the Avalon has a wider and lower front grille, new turn signals and redesigned LED taillights. What does an Avalon owner think of the 2016 model?

Hank.Handicapper from Ohio writes:
"I have been a Toyota owner for a very long time and this is the second Avalon that I have owned, and the 2016 is the best thing that has happened to two seniors, my wife and I, and at such a perfect time of our lives. The safety features are so perfect for our needs and provide us with the comfort and assurance of a safe ride. Try one ... you'll never let it go."

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Editor's note: Some comments have been edited to improve clarity.

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Managing Editor/News Jennifer Newman is a certified car-seat technician. A mom of two, she owns a 2013 Subaru Outback crammed with sports gear.  Email Jennifer