2007 Toyota Avalon
74,260 Miles | Raleigh, NC
$10,988
Est $158/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
138,019 Miles | Thomasville, GA
$7,400
Est $107/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
95,026 Miles | Huron, SD
$7,900
Est $114/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
91,639 Miles | Memphis, TN
$8,637
Est $124/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
106,929 Miles | Atwater, MN
$9,999
Est $144/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
173,331 Miles | Muscatine, IA
$6,850
Est $99/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
137,488 Miles | Woonsocket, RI
$7,000
Est $101/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
105,254 Miles | Rochester, MN
$8,977
Est $129/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
71,903 Miles | Graniteville, SC
$10,900
Est $157/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
158,559 Miles | Tampa, FL
$7,720
Est $111/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
125,385 Miles | Newark, DE
$8,984
Est $129/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
45,357 Miles | Lincolnwood, IL
$11,998
Est $173/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
98,575 Miles | Muncie, IN
$8,800
Est $127/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
163,616 Miles | Florence, SC
$8,493
Est $122/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
114,513 Miles | Goldsboro, NC
$11,990
Est $173/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
58,490 Miles | Torrance, CA
$9,785
Est $141/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
192,590 Miles | San Antonio, TX
$4,491
Est $65/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
146,049 Miles | Cincinnati, OH
$8,974
Est $129/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
74,556 Miles | Wernersville, PA
$8,990
Est $130/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon
115,203 Miles | Golden, CO
$7,599
Est $110/mo

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2007 Toyota Avalon Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.5
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
5.0

2007 Toyota Avalon Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Toyota Avalon - Best car ever

Amy
Winchester, Kentucky
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
It's been one of the best cars I could imagine. I've driven over 200,000 miles on it and expect it will make it to half a million miles. It has never had any major problems, only one thing on it required a simple weld, so this was a fix for under $200. While it did cost more than other cars, I've had it for over ten years and it's still holding strong. There is almost nothing I dislike about this car. I would buy it again if I needed another car. It's a high-quality car. It has a good safety rating, fairly fuel efficient, provides a very smooth ride, and it super comfortable to ride in. It is big enough to take the family on longer trips and not feel cramped. It has had a couple of recalls, but Toyota stands behind their vehicles, and I was able to have those things fixed at no cost to... (more)
Story
I've driven all across the country in the car, and it was a comfortable ride, even when speeding a bit the car tends to blend in and makes it a bit less noticeable to law enforcement.
Pros
It has lovely leather seats with heat warmers, which are a blessing in the winter. It has the smoothest ride ever, a very quiet ride. It's a larger car, but still gets great gas mileage. It has a great sun roof. Car cup holders in the front and in the back; the center seat comes down for a great arm rest as well.
Cons
The only bad thing is the price is a bit higher than some other vehicles and at times it isn't the best in wet driving, can hydroplane at times. Since it is a bit older, it doesn't have the electronic audio and doesn't have an audio input.

2007 Toyota Avalon - Amazing car, very spacious and comfortable.

Holly
San Leandro, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I really love how comfortable it is. My mom has a 2012 car, and my sister has a Mazda, but my car is the preferred car for trips. It is really spacious inside and fits 5 people extremely comfortable. It is so spacious, in fact, that for some reason, if we ever wanted to put 7 people in there, we would be able to fit two people on the floor in the back. That's how much leg room this car provides. It uses fuel efficiently. The trunk is also very large. It's driver seat adjustment buttons are very easy to use, and all the buttons on the dashboard are very intuitive.
Story
We drove the car to the beach and had an amazing vacation with the family. We fit a cooler, two duffel bags, a carry-on size suitcase, and another larger duffel bag with food inside, as well as purchases we made along the way. It was very comfortable for the hours we were in the car. We filled the car to the brim of the trunk and put many things in with us in the backseats, and we were all sti... (more)
Pros
My favorite thing is how spacious and comfortable the car is. We never feel squished with five people (including one on a car seat). The trunk is a similar matter. Four suitcases can fit well inside it. When we go to Costco, we are always able to buy plenty of groceries and fit them inside, including packs of toilet paper and napkin rolls, 24-packs of water, and other items that typically take up a lot of space. The car feels very safe as well. I am never concerned driving a child in it. I love the color of the car, and it doesn't get dirty as easily.
Cons
It doesn't have leather seats, which I would prefer. That means it can trap more dirt and crumbs in the seats and on the carpets, and that means you have to clean it more often. There are no cup holders in the back. That can be an inconvenience. While I like the design, it's not as sleek as some of the newer cars on the market.

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