2015 Toyota Avalon
33,209 Miles
$27,494

Abilene, TX
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2009 Toyota Avalon
127,451 Miles
$11,993

Abilene, TX
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2012 Toyota Avalon
91,566 Miles
$15,493

Abilene, TX
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1995 Toyota Avalon
149,840 Miles
$3,990

Bend, OR
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2016 Toyota Avalon
40,126 Miles
$23,075

Johnston, IA
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2014 Toyota Avalon
87,423 Miles
$14,500

Haverhill, MA
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2013 Toyota Avalon
106,526 Miles
$15,234

Denison, TX
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2013 Toyota Avalon
41,757 Miles
$19,999

Spokane, WA
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2014 Toyota Avalon
9,778 Miles
$25,495

South Brunswick Township, NJ
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2003 Toyota Avalon
110,646 Miles
$5,687

Denver, CO
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2014 Toyota Avalon
40,655 Miles
$18,700

Cincinnati, OH
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2014 Toyota Avalon
71,550 Miles
$16,609

Willoughby Hills, OH
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2015 Toyota Avalon
23,157 Miles
$24,485

Vandalia, OH
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2014 Toyota Avalon
45,220 Miles
$20,495

Lombard, IL
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2015 Toyota Avalon
34,182 Miles
$22,995

Casper, WY
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2016 Toyota Avalon
24,165 Miles
$21,809

Wallingford, CT
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2013 Toyota Avalon
87,005 Miles
$15,995

Palatine, IL
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2012 Toyota Avalon
57,581 Miles
$18,910

Durham, NC
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2014 Toyota Avalon
25,048 Miles
$25,078

Birmingham, AL
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2014 Toyota Avalon
15,971 Miles
$23,782

Vandalia, OH
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Toyota Avalon Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.6
62 Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.5
Performance
4.2
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.7
Fuel Economy
3.7
Reliability
4.3

Toyota Avalon Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2009 Toyota Avalon - The car is spacious and appears expensive.

Alyssa
Elk Grove, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
This was the first car that I owned. I like the spacious back. It is extra long. I like that the car itself looks expensive but we only bought it for 6,000. The seats are leather which I both liked, and disliked. They are great for easy clean-up, if there are any spills. However, they are terrible during hot weather. The seats get incredibly hot, and the steering wheel as well. I also disliked that the seats are very slippery. In the backseat, during turns, I felt like I would slip out of my seat belt. I like that the seats have automatic adjustments. I appreciate the bigger seats. I also like that there is extra room for leg space. I like the dashboard gadgets. Everything looks very modern and up to date, yet it maintains this vintage feel. When I drive in the car, I feel like I am in... (more)
Story
A memorable story that I had using this vehicle was the test run at the dealers. The car dealer told me to swerve the car left and right on this empty straight street to show me how much control I would still have. It was a lot of fun because, it was at that moment, that I knew this car was meant for me.
Pros
The top positive things about this vehicle has definitely got to be the appearance. I get many compliments about this car from family members and friends. They think that the car was expensive. However, I did get it used, so that cost may have been a lot more expensive then what I paid for. My favorite features of the vehicle is the seat warmers for cold days, the opening from the back through the back seats. It makes it easy for my passengers to grab things that we stored in the back while we are on a road trip. I like the brown lining, and grey floors and seats. The seat belts never lock... (more)
Cons
There were not many cons for this vehicle. I may have a bias because this is my first car. However, If I were to have to name a few cons then it would be that the top lining of the car in the inside was slowing coming off. I bought it that way and I have tried to push it back into place, but once it is out, it will stay out. I also dislike how hot the car gets because of the leather. The paint of the car comes off easily. It was slightly grazed by a bike and its paint was easily scratched off. It also gets dented pretty easily. My brother closed the garage on it and it like a small dent. T... (more)

1995 Toyota Avalon - 97 Toyota Avalon, Old Reliable

KN
Charlotte, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
The 97 Toyota Avalon is exactly what you'd expect in a late 90s four door sedan from Toyota. Nothing too flashy, nothing too special. But everything is highly efficient, highly functional, highly intuitive, well-designed, and built to last. It includes all the features you would expect in a mid-tier sedan, including power windows, power locks, power sunroof, working A/C, leather seats, power seats in passenger and driver seat. Trunk is spacious that's able, for me, to fit over 10 desktop computers in and several hundred pounds of scrap metal, which gives you an idea of the build quality and materials of this fine vehicle. The car has enough power for you to overtake people on the highway with ease, with it's DOHC V6 engine with 205 HP. However it still runs an efficient 25 mpg when cru... (more)
Story
I lived out of my car for a few weeks while I was couch-surfing/looking for a place to live.
Pros
See above.
Cons
It works too well.

2001 Toyota Avalon - Reliable, long running car

Evan
Belmont, Ohio
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
My Toyota Avalon is getting up there in age and mileage, but it doesn't show it. I am the third owner on this car, and it still performs better than other cars its age. I have owned many vehicles in the ten years I have been driving, but this is by far my favorite. It has been reliable for me since day one, and the only upkeep I have needed to do has been simple things, like tires and oil changes. The Avalon gets good gas mileage for a luxury sedan. It has plenty of space for the family and provides a smooth ride. When I first got the car, I visited my mother to show her the car. Her neighbors were shocked to see that it was a Toyota. They thought it was a much more expensive brand. This particular car is similar to a Lexus, adding to the luxury feel.
Story
I live in the Midwest, so we get random snow storms in the winter that tend to hit with little-to-no notice. One of these storms hit while I was at work. When I left, there were people pulled over to the side of the road everywhere, including some in trucks and SUVs. This little car was a beast in the snow, and was able to get home without issue by driving a bit slower and using a lower gear t... (more)
Pros
The leather interior gives this car a very luxurious feel and is super easy to wipe off spilled drinks, melted candy, and other mysterious sticky substances. The backseat is large enough to fit two car seats and still have a third passenger without the person being cramped. The trunk space in this car is amazing. I can fit a month's worth of groceries for a family of five in this trunk. It makes running errands a breeze. The car is sold as a luxury sedan, but it gets gas mileage like a much smaller car would. The car is very low maintenance. In the years I have owned it, I have been limite... (more)
Cons
The engine compartment is very cramped. Doing your own maintenance can be a challenge, simply because of the difficulty in getting to the parts to change them. The back seat does not fold down to allow for additional cargo space. Cup holders in the backseat are only accessible if there is no one sitting in the middle seat. Batteries in the key fob tend to run dead quickly. Parts tend to be a bit more expensive than for other cars. It requires the special Toyota antifreeze, which costs more than regular antifreeze.

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