2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
212,624 Miles | Sacramento, CA
$5,999
est. $86/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
132,685 Miles | Alsip, IL
$2,999
est. $43/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
214,965 Miles | Loveland, OH
$3,750
est. $54/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
188,151 Miles | Fredericksburg, VA
$3,995
est. $58/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
86,000 Miles | Phoenix, AZ
$5,995
est. $86/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
144,619 Miles | Marietta, GA
$4,995
est. $72/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
126,000 Miles | Waterbury, CT
$3,995
est. $58/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
203,483 Miles | Amelia, OH
$3,499
est. $50/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
166,984 Miles | Roanoke, VA
$3,950
est. $57/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
111,850 Miles | Mount Prospect, IL
$5,500
est. $79/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
94,430 Miles | Cedar Lake, IN
$4,997
est. $72/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
104,092 Miles | Lakeland, FL
$5,695
est. $82/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
131,000 Miles | Conyers, GA
$2,950
est. $43/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
193,500 Miles | Roanoke, VA
$3,400
est. $49/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
228,103 Miles | Auburn, CA
$6,977
est. $101/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
248,774 Miles | Murray, UT
$3,648
est. $53/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
100,161 Miles | Turnersville, NJ
$3,495
est. $50/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
240,948 Miles | Newport, OR
Accepting Offers
est. $0/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
187,090 Miles | Mobile, AL
Accepting Offers
est. $0/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon

2000 Toyota Avalon
177,066 Miles | Fayetteville, NC
$4,950
est. $71/mo

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2000 Toyota Avalon Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2000 Toyota Avalon - My Reliable Avalon

Deborah
Culver City, California
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
I have been driving this Avalon for the past 14 years and I just love it! I have very low mileage, so I suspect I will be driving it for many more. When I purchased the car I had not imagined myself being able to afford such luxury but, as luck would have it, someone had just turned this vehicle in on a lease so I was able to pick it up with less than 15,000 miles on the odometer. It is the top of the line model with all the luxuries like leather seats, power everything, a moon roof, upgraded stereo, upgraded tires - basically everything I could hope for. The car is perfect for me because it has a bench seat which makes it easy for me to get in and out, plus it accommodates my large size. The car has been incredibly reliable; I spend relatively little on maintenance and upkeep. I... (more)
Story
I love when we're driving with the sun roof open and I have the front seat armrest in the down position. My Golden Retriever will sit in the backseat with her front paws on the front seat armrest and stick her head out of the sun roof. I never do this if we are driving very far or very fast. It's just fun for cruising the neighborhood and we get plenty of stares and laughs and smiles.
Pros
The comfortable size - 4 doors. Front bench seating. It's a Toyota and extremely reliable. Luxurious appointments like all leather seating. Automatic transmission, power steering, powerful brakes. Big trunk.
Cons
It's black, which is not my favorite color. It's not the most environmentally friendly choice. It sometimes bottoms out when going in and out of driveways. The battery has trouble holding a charge if not driven regularly.

2000 Toyota Avalon - Reliable, comfortable, and relatively efficient.

Roy
Renton, Washington
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
My Avalon is a fantastic vehicle in general. For the price, the fuel efficiency, reliability, and comfort are incredible. It has never had a rough start. It has never made an odd noise. It has never done anything out of the ordinary. For nearly 18 years, this vehicle has had the reliability of a brand new vehicle. On the freeway, you can squeeze out 31 MPG if you're careful -- which is not bad for a vehicle of that size and age. I have driven this car for more than ten hours a day (I go on lots of road trips) dozens of times, and I never hurt at the end of the day. Additionally, I move around a lot, and I can fit everything I own (which, to be fair, isn't much) in it.
Story
There is a beach nearby, and four of my friends, plus myself, all went with all our stuff. Everyone had enough space, and to the disappointment of some (me), someone bought a chair. It fit in there too. There is a serious amount of storage space in there.
Pros
The best thing is, by far, the reliability. I change oil every 5k miles. I take it in for a "check-up" every year to two years, and I put in premium gas (as recommended by the manufacturer). With these basic steps, I've never had a problem, and that is by far the most important thing to me. There is also lots of cargo room. It is a handsome vehicle (in my opinion), especially freshly washed and waxed, and the controls are intuitive. It is also very smooth, and the suspension is ridiculously soft -- which I like but does not make for a sporty vehicle, so this may be a con, depending on ... (more)
Cons
The top negatives are mostly things it can't do because of what it is. It won't handle snow like a vehicle with AWD. It won't go from 0-60 in three seconds. It won't get great fuel efficiency (but decent, for its size). It can be hard to park in the city, because it is quite long, and the city MPG is not great (~18 mpg in a city that doesn't require nearly as many start/stops as others).