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Used 2011 Toyota in Denver, CO for Sale

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2011 Toyota
Tundra

$22,998* 58K miles
CarMax Parker
Free Transfer to your store - CO to CO
Free Transfer to your store - CO to CO
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Location: CarMax Parker in Denver, Colorado 80134
Description: Used 2011 Toyota Tundra for sale - $22,998, 58,894 miles with Bed Cover, 4WD/AWD, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera, Bed Liner
Transmission: Automatic Color:Green Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (4.857 reviews) It is a very easy car to drive. Not as much "pick-up" as my Honda Fit, but the gas mileage is worth it. Also, you CAN'T lock your keys in the car!! If the keys are in the car, the car WON'T lock. I have a dark gray color, but the inside is a light sand color- would not have been my choice (staining).

2011 Toyota
Sienna

$14,998* 109K miles
CarMax Loveland
Free Transfer to your store - CO to CO
Free Transfer to your store - CO to CO
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Location: CarMax Loveland in Denver, Colorado 80538
Description: Used 2011 Toyota Sienna XLE for sale - $14,998, 109,450 miles with Premium Package, Run Flat Tires, Leather Seats, Power Sliding Door(s), Power Liftgate/DeckLid, JBL Sound System
Transmission: Automatic Color:White Interior Color: Tan Average Vehicle Review: (4.604 reviews) This is one of the true remaining SUVs out there. The body-on-frame chassis allows for the truck like ride. If you're looking for the crossover/car-like ride, this is not your beast. This is for driving to work during the week and getting dirty on the weekends; or both. The redesigned grill gives the SR5 a sinister look that turns quite a few heads. Rugged lines stay true to the previous 4 generations, keeping the original 4Runner look there. The power back window is still one of the coolest concepts and separates the 4Runner from it's competitors. The interior is spacious. I recently drove across country and back and did not feel cramped in any way. My only gripe with the entire truck is the touch screen entertainment/navigation.

Reviews for Toyota

Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5(6,177 reviews)

Toyota 4Runner

This is one of the true remaining SUVs out there. The body-on-frame chassis allows for the truck like ride. If you're looking for the crossover/car-like ride, this is not your beast. This is for driving to work during the week and getting dirty on the weekends; or both. The redesigned grill gives the SR5 a sinister look that turns quite a few heads. Rugged lines stay true to the previous 4 generations, keeping the original 4Runner look there. The power back window is still one of the coolest concepts and separates the 4Runner from it's competitors. The interior is spacious. I recently drove across country and back and did not feel cramped in any way. My only gripe with the entire truck is the touch screen entertainment/navigation.

- Alex J, 2014 Toyota 4Runner

fantastic mileage!! Comfortable to drive!!

It is a very easy car to drive. Not as much "pick-up" as my Honda Fit, but the gas mileage is worth it. Also, you CAN'T lock your keys in the car!! If the keys are in the car, the car WON'T lock. I have a dark gray color, but the inside is a light sand color- would not have been my choice (staining).

- Lisa Steinwart, 2013 Toyota Prius c

Reliable, comfortable

I have been an owner of Toyota's for 12 years (Scion, Highlander and now my Camry.) They are reliable as long as you keep up the maintenance My 2005 Highlander didn't start showing major issues until well after 150K miles, keep in mind this was an Ohio vehicle so it's life was spent in many months on end of horrible road conditions, snow, ice, salt & pot holes.

- Laura Mazucca, 2011 Toyota Camry

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