Toyota Avalon doesn't look futuristic on the surface, but it boasts an array of features that are ahead of its time. It's casual looks, sleek design, power and efficiency make it popular in the full-size sedan category. Its tech features make it popular among the geeks on our Lithia Toyota of Redding team. Here are two such features.

Center Stack Qi Charging

Just below Toyota Avalon's center stack is a wireless charging platform boasting Qi technology. It charges all Qi-compatible devices, including mobile phones, MP3 players and WMA players. Four USB 2.0 ports provide additional charging opportunities for front and rear passengers.

Digital Instrument Cluster

Gone are the old fashioned analog instrument clusters. Avalon's instrument cluster is digital and quite resplendent on a crisp, 7.1-inch, in-dash display. The display can be customized, letting you give preference to a particular layout or to the driving stats you most require: fuel levels, mpg and turn-by-turn maps.


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