2005 Toyota AvalonRalph Carter - Greer, SC12/15/2016
I've owned two cars in the last 21 years. A 1995 Avalon - first one made, drove it to 165K and sold it to a friend. A 2005 Avalon that I'm still driving at 205K miles. Never did any major work to either car. Biggest back seat I've ever been in. Newer models have gotten a little smaller.
2014 Toyota 4RunnerAlex J - San Diego, CA01/11/2016
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.
Great car, nice features, fun to drive...
2013 Toyota CorollaJim Van Leeuwen - Azle, TX01/14/2016
It's been completely reliable, it's a great car to drive, and our model came equipped with all of the bells and whistles. It's really sporty looking and we love some of the technology included with our particular model. The only thing missing was the top-of-the-line automatic transmission option. It has every other option that I am aware of.
The only drawback was a drop in mpg going from a 2004 Civic to this car. In the Civic, we got 30mpg or more in mostly rural and highway driving, In the Corolla, we just make 28mpg. I was really surprised to see the drop and the car was just given its 60K service at Toyota (which would have corrected any issues related to fuel economy).
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