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Stock Number: 16773941
Location: CarMax Arlington/Ft. Worth in Fort Worth, Texas 76120
Description Used 2007 Toyota Avalon XL for sale - $8,599, 122,967 miles with , Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Overhead Airbags
Transmission: Automatic Color: Tan Avg. Vehicle Review: 4.8 (285 reviews) "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."
*Price excludes tax, title & tags. Dealer fees up to $299 may apply.
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.
Luxury for the middle class senior, this car handles exceptionally, and the perks in this model are fun. I could tailor my interior/exterior preferences, mileage, with the extras I wanted online. The ride is stiffer for sure, something that detracts, but I'm pleased so far.
Our 2008 Avalon is an excellent cae and we have been satisfied in every respect except one very notable exception: the navigation system. The user interface of the Avalon is annoying and very hard to use. It takes a good amount of studying to learn how to use it at all. The first indication of this is when you notice that it uses a "joystick" in leiu of a touch screen. The feature comes at an outrageous price and has a design that seems far less advanced than any $200 navigation system one can buy at Radio Shack. My 2008 map CD is out of date and the new updated CD costs $265. The fact that it even uses a CD is disapointing. Most of the modern GPS devices use a small plug-in memory chip that can be updated on-line for about $45. The Toyota system also chooses to play nanny by prohibiting anyone from changing the destination unless the car is at a complete stop.