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My 2013 Avalon has about 66,000 miles. We are experiencing interior issues, the headliner is falling down, the middle console is cracked, the rims for cup holders are peeling off and the foil on the dashboard that we thought was chrome is also coming off. Service department and Toyota are not going to fix. We have owned multiple Toyota's since 1977 and this may be our last.
I financed a 2011 Toyota Avalon. All the paint is peeling off of the roof. TOYOTA HAS THOUSANDS OF COMPLAINTS OF THE SAME ISSUES AND WILL NOT DO ANYTHING. There are strength in numbers. Toyota can't own up to their responsibility to fix this for the consumer. STOP BUYING TOYOTAS! Found out Toyota several years back, found a cheaper company to do paint and now the consumer gets to pay for it while Toyota sits back as a billion dollar company!
I didnt have that much experience with the 2006 Avalon until I went to buy the car. I loved the size of the car, and the price. It was easy to make a appointment so that I was in and out of dealership as quickly as possible. I also like the mileage on the car and the services that were offered free. I was able to get it financed quickly without problems. It even had original floor mats that were not used and it only had one owner. Also, the vehicle is the right size and it has a huge trunk for when I travel out of town.
Had this 2006 Toyota Avalon since it had less than 75 miles on it and the only issue we have had with it was I failed to take it in for a recall and an oil tube broke. My fault. The other issue was a broken trunk spring, other than that it has been nothing but oil changes, tires and routine maintenance. It has been a great car.
Toyota Avalon Hybrid - outstanding comfort, appearance, safety, and performance. Gas mileage is amazing up to 500 miles on a fill up. The rear seats are as comfortable as the front seats and with the same controls.
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Car is very reliable and economical to drive. The trunk space is unbelievable. After driving a BMW, Jaguar and Lexus, I am convinced the Avalon is a great value.
We bought the Avalon in 2004. It has been our "over the road" (long distance) car since; occasionally used around town, but not much. Only routine maintenance, no major repair. Very roomy, comfortable, handles beautifully on highway. Best car we have ever owned.
Near 200,000 miles and still runs strong. The only things this Toyota Avalon has needed to date are tires and brakes (pads). If I could afford this year's model I would buy one again before most others. It has been a great car with plenty of room and runs better than most V8s.
I have a 1998 Toyota Avalon. A great car! Only thing I need is a new radio. Very quiet ride and good mpg. Has 195,000 miles on it. Had the engine cleaned and runs great!
Toyota Avalon 2006 is an excellent choice. It's built on a Lexus platform. It's the best car I've owned and still going strong at 123,000 miles. Highly recommend an Avalon.
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