As the company flagship, Toyota Avalon doesn’t have to sell in huge numbers, it just has to be the best it can be. In a side-by-side comparison to its sister Lexus ES, it is surprisingly the better car, especially when you factor in list price, interior room, and front end designs.
About those Lexus front ends—styling is subjective, but if there’s a race for “unique” front fascias, there may be a new winner. The 2020 Avalon TRD debuted in Los Angeles last November. Now, it’s finally ready to park on dealers’ lots. Whether customers will be attracted to the extremely in-your-face styling remains to be seen.
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