2015 Toyota Avalon
53,667 Miles
$18,200

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2017 Toyota Avalon
33,155 Miles
$20,000

Oklahoma City, OK
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2017 Toyota Avalon
30,104 Miles
$20,300

Meriden, CT
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2014 Toyota Avalon
28,361 Miles
$21,900

Columbia, SC
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2015 Toyota Avalon
26,268 Miles
$22,100

Riverside, CA
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2016 Toyota Avalon
42,879 Miles
$19,600

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2015 Toyota Avalon
35,861 Miles
$19,900

Tampa, FL
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2015 Toyota Avalon
61,816 Miles
$20,500

Riverside, CA
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2017 Toyota Avalon
35,258 Miles
$20,300

Nashville, TN
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2015 Toyota Avalon
28,636 Miles
$22,000

Irvine, CA
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2015 Toyota Avalon
27,261 Miles
$22,400

Miami Springs, FL
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2016 Toyota Avalon
49,489 Miles
$20,300

Oklahoma City, OK
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2015 Toyota Avalon
68,352 Miles
$20,500

Miami Springs, FL
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2015 Toyota Avalon
30,293 Miles
$20,700

Nashville, TN
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2017 Toyota Avalon
40,884 Miles
$19,600

Albuquerque, NM
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2017 Toyota Avalon
35,192 Miles
$19,900

Meriden, CT
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2015 Toyota Avalon
30,210 Miles
$23,400

Nashville, TN
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2016 Toyota Avalon
37,461 Miles
$20,700

Charlotte, NC
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2015 Toyota Avalon
36,009 Miles
$24,400

Charlotte, NC
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2014 Toyota Avalon
36,761 Miles
$18,700

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Charlotte, NC Toyota Avalon Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.5
Performance
4.3
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.7
Fuel Economy
3.7
Reliability
4.4
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1998 Toyota Avalon - Reliable and Spacious

K
Charlotte, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
2.0
Performance
4.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I like the size of my car. It's a really comfortable ride and I know where all of the little pieces in it are. I also have no trouble reading the manual if I need to find something or easily Googling it when I cant completely figure something out. I can pack up my stuff and get from point A to point B without having to have a second car come and help me move my things around.
Story
Once I almost got into someone else's car because they are so popular where I live.
Pros
For an old car I get great gas mileage. I travel a lot for work and right now my average is about 27 mpg. It is super easy to clean all of the parts of it. It also has a lot of compartments that I can easily store stuff in, but they are in useful places and never really add-ins. You see the automakers put them there because there was space and need, just not for kicks. It is also not too old, since I can still use a charger to charge my phone while driving.
Cons
It is very easy to break weird parts of this car and then never be able to figure out what they are. For instance I nudged my car on a sidewalk and now the air conditioning unit is making a weird noise. It also didn't warn me when the battery died. It doesn't have any place for a usb converter to play music from my phone or iPod either. Another sad part is that the seat doesn't go up super high so I am always low riding and can never see over the nose of my car.

1996 Toyota Avalon - 20 Years of Comfort and Reliability

Nick S.
Troy, North Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I purchased my 1996 Toyota Avalon for the price of $3,000 as my first car 5 years ago, in 2011. At the time of purchase, the car was in decent condition for its age; there were no obvious defects or damages and the car had around 150,000 miles on the odometer. As of February 2016, the car currently has over 210,000 miles on the odometer and, despite the wear and tear put on it by the beginning driver that I was, including damage done from small accidents and collisions, it is still very reliable and running strong. The car's interior is extremely spacious, with even very tall passengers being comfortable riding in the back seat. The front seats are powered and very comfortable to sit in. The V6 1MZ-FE engine is still very powerful and I am able to overtake other drivers with ease when ... (more)
Story
Some of the most fun I've had in my 1996 Toyota Avalon was driving around the back roads of my rural North Carolina hometown. The raw power exuded by the vehicle when in ETC Power mode makes it a blast to drive on curvy roads and gravel paths where other drivers are few and far between.
Pros
The car has a very spacious interior, including powered front seats, as well as a strong, reliable automatic transmission, featuring overdrive and a power mode, and a V6 engine capable of producing over 100 horsepower even twenty years after the car's manufacture date. It has reasonable gas mileage, at around 25 miles per gallon by my calculations. Furthermore, the insurance costs are fairly cheap with it being an older four-door sedan.
Cons
The only cons that presently come to mind about my 1996 Toyota Avalon are related to its age. Though it has been very reliable for me during the five years I have owned it, its age often makes me question how much longer that reliability will last.

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2014 Toyota Camry - Hendrick Toyota Scion Apex

R.F.
Apex, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Facility
5.0
Process
3.0
Quality
4.0
Service
5.0
Friendly service, no hassle to get a final price. The dealer did go through standard negotiations but there was no aggressiveness or unwillingness to consider an offer. Was willing to accept a trade-in at a fairly good price. The only reason I didn't purchase a car from this dealer was that my bank's loan didn't go through and I didn't like their financing offer. Will definitely go back once loan is secured.

2010 Toyota Avalon - Modern Toyota Of Boone

JP
Boone, North Carolina
Overall
1.0
Facility
1.0
Process
1.0
Quality
3.0
Service
1.0
This is the worst dealership EVER. The sales people are condescending, arrogant, and sexist. Their service is especially dishonest. They sell unnecessary repairs and parts. I took my car in for a recall issue and argued that I didn't need the repair. Several friends have experienced similar issues. The dealership was tolerable when Norma Cheek owned it. AVOID DOING BUSINESS HERE.