Gloucester Toyota Reviews Avalon Automation

December 18th, 2017 by

The Toyota Avalon is more than a beautiful car. It’s also got some automation features that are sure to please the busy driver. You can’t call it self-driving, but it definitely wants to help make your drives less stressful.
Radar Cruise Control
If you haven’t experienced what it’s like to have radar cruise control, you need to test drive the 2017 Toyota Avalon. The system uses sensors to decide how fast the Avalon can go. It will slow as necessary and then return the car to the driver-set speed. You still have to steer and remain alert, but you don’t have to keep your feet on the pedals, even in busy traffic.
Automatic High Beams
One thing that stresses out drivers is nighttime driving. To reduce that stress, the Avalon will raise or lower its high beams. You don’t have to do a thing but keep your eyes on the road and hands on the wheel. Find financing at Gloucester Toyota dealer serving Hampton Roads VA.
Lane Assist
A lane watch will alert the driver if there’s a problem. Even better, the lane assist will help straighten the car up. It’s not going to drive for you, but it will help you maintain the correct trajectory.
Automatic Braking
Even when you aren’t using radar cruise control, the pedestrian watch and forward collision warning are on the job. If either detects a problem, the car may brake itself to help you avoid a fender bender or worse.
The high-powered Avalon is fun to drive, but you’ll be glad to have some automation to help. Try it out at Gloucester Toyota dealer serving Hampton Roads VA.