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of the 2008 Toyota Avalon. Base trim shown.
From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team
- Above-average reliability
- Good crash tests
- Adaptive cruise option
- Reclining backseat
- Interior space
- Interior quality
- Ride quality in Touring
- Side mirrors don't fold
- Puzzling tilt/telescoping steering-wheel adjustment
- Revised exterior styling
- New six-speed automatic
- Revised braking system
- Interior upgrades
- CD changer now standard
- Optional remote engine start
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Mother Proof's view
Some cars are marketed to families and women, and some are not. The Toyota Avalon falls into the latter category. I hate to sound all gender-centric, but this is a perfectly nice ... Read more
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For 2019, the Toyota Avalon sees huge changes. It doesn't just change a few things, it changes everything: from the platform to the engine to the exterior styling. Related: ... Read more
Trouble free with only 140,000 miles on it.
A lot of car for the money both in size and economy. I get about 33 miles to the gallon on the highway and about 25 in town. It gives a great ride with driver side lumbar support, quiet engine that is ... Read full review
222,600 wonderful, fun miles.
I bought this Avalon Limited new in 2008. It has been garaged its whole life when not in use and I have to say it still looks like the day I bought it. I did purchase new floor mats a while back but ... Read full review