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.
Wonderful, reliable, trustworthy family car
2011 Toyota AvalonKathryn Roberts - Melbourne, FL05/11/2016
The last car we owned was a 2000 Toyota Avalon. We drove it for 16 years and would be driving it yet if my husband had not totaled it last December. It had 171,000 miles on it and it never gave any trouble. When we went to buy another car there was no question as to what car we would buy. We only looked at Avalons. In the 16 years since we bought our last car they have made so many technical advances that this car is loaded to the hilt with everything uou could put on a car. It is a dream car. We love Avalons because of the safety, reliability, interior size, gas mileage,etc. This car has so many little compartments to put things. They have used every little space. We love it, love it, love it!
2013 Toyota AvalonPeter Klevecz - Thousand Oaks, CA08/27/2015
I love this car. My last three cars were BMW 3 & 5 series. Great cars but once off warranty the BMW's were killing me with repairs. I started renting cars to try several. Once I got to the Avalon I was done. OUTSTANDING! The V6 is suprisingly powerful, yet, conservative HWY driving yields me 31 MPG. Then, I was shocked to find that even my base model handled suprisingly well. Well planted and confident in the turns, stable braking and weight shifts, and even the base comes with heated seats. I would choose a higher level next time for rear camera, larger (better looking) wheels and paddle shifters (like my rental had, fun). I highly recommend the 2013 Toyota Avalon. Interior finish could be higher quality, controls are so-so. Overall great!
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The best trucks for the money are out there for the finding. Check out these 10 best-selling trucks at CarMax, based on vehicles and sales data from January 1, 2018 through April 30, 2018. All of the used pickups on this list have average prices at CarMax under $25,000 (based on average prices between 1/1/2018 and 4/30/18).
Published on Wednesday, June 13, 2018
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