Best Car I've Ever Had!
I'm 6'3" and 270 lbs and fit comfortably in the driver's seat and can sit behind the driver most comfortably even if the driver uses my seat setting. Smooth drive and excellent power for a luxury sedan with a 4 cylinder engine. I look forward to owning for a long time.
the best of toyota
this has been a wonderful possession of mine for two years now. very comfortable yet fast when needed. very efficient on fuel (i am getting 39+ mpg driving it in all seasons, when it is 90degrees or -30 degrees too. ) interior is very spacious and comfortable. looks are very aggressive and bold. very silent inside (no engine noise is experienced inside.) worth the price.
Best car I've owned.
I love it, by far the best car I've owned , handling is great good gas mileage and it uses only regular gas.
fantastic mileage, great compfort, outstanding safety features. nice sound system, navigation, voice activation, remote starter.
Best Driving Car
Best driving car. The Avalon looks great with really beautiful lines. It drives like a dream and has outstanding acceleration. This is the perfect car for touring or commuting.
Toyota Avalon Hybrid 2015
This is a great car and very comfortable. The performance is also very great and in my opinion this is the best car to buy for this price.
Avalon Hybrid Limited
Great car for the price. Definitely worth paying extra for the "limited" trim level and the hybrid performs well with little downside apart from losing a few cubic feet of space in the trunk. The Entune radio system was not as hard to master as other people have complained. The mpg that I have gotten so far (in summer driving with the AC on) has been at or above levels advertised, reaching 40+ on the highway and similar levels in the city. The seats are firm, but comfortable with leather trim. The separate AC controls for the back seat are a welcome upgrade. Overall, the driving experience of this car, compared to my last Avalon, is more like a sports sedan rather than the softly sprung freeway cruiser that I used to drive. Steering is responsive and handling is secure with minimal body roll even in tight corners. For longer trips, the driver seat adjustment options allow me to experience very little discomfort, even after 8-9 hours in the car. The cabin is quiet and serene. Extra touches, like the power back window screen, are luxury benefits that I am using more often than I expected. This is certainly a Lexus Quality vehicle for a fraction of the price. Buying a used hybrid a couple year models old eliminated the "hybrid premium" from the price. I would recommend this vehicle to anyone and would buy it again in an instant.
I have had this car 9 months, 15,000 miles. In general, I have found to be a good vehicle. The gas mileage is less than advertised, around 36 mpg. The readout on the gas mileage is about 2 mpg high. I have found the nav system to be a pain in the rear. Many times it cannot find the address I am looking for. I have mounted my old Garmin to the front window, problem solved! In generral, the radio is leaves a lot to be desired! It changes bands by itself, it turns itself off & on, and the biggest problem is that to change anything, I have to take my eyes off of the road to see what I need to press to accomplish the desired task. I understand that this is the wave of the future but hey could have at least moved it up higher on the dash so you wouldn't have to take your eyes off of the road for so long. On the plus side, the handling, ride, and braking are very good. the car corners relatively flat for a luxery car. To sum it up, it doesn't compare to my 911 Porsche, but I do like it, with the exception of the entertainment system.
I HAVE OWNED A MERCEDED 240 SINCE 2003. I HAVE LOVED THAT CAR. LAST YEAAR IT STARTED $1500.00ING ME TO DEATH TO THE TUNE OF 8000. I KNEW THAT IF I BUY ANOTHER ONE IT WILL EAT ME ALIVE IN MAINTENANCE. I STARTED OUT LOOKING AT DIFFERENT CARS AND IF I LIKED ONE I RENTED ONE LIKE IT FOR 3 DAYS AND TOOK A TRIP. I COULD NOT FIND THE COMFORT I WANTED NOR SAFETY FROM AMERICAN CARS. I HAD ALMOST DECIDED TO GO BACK TO A MERCEDES UNTIL I DROVE THE AVALON HYBRID. I GOT THE RIDE I WANTED, ALL THE AIRBAGS INCLUDING FOR MY KNEES WITH THE ECONOMY I NEVER HAD WITH THE MERCEDES. I STARTED TO NEGOTIATE NEAR MY HOME AND GOT INSULTED BECAUSE IM A 70 YEAR OLD WOMAN THEY THOUGHT THEY COULD RUN OVER. I GOT ABOUT 9000 OFF MSRP BY TRAVELING 100 MILES. I HAD ALREADY NEGOTIATED A 2.13 WITH MY BANK SO I KNEW WHAT TO EXPECT. I TOLD THEM I WAS GOING OUT FOR BIDS AND THAT THE DEALERSHIP COULD GET ME A 1.99. WHEN I GOT TO THE DEALERSHIP MY BANK, CHASE GAVE ME THE 1.99 I WAS OFF RUNNING. THE DEALERSHIP GAVE ME THE PRICE I NEGOTIATED OVER THE PHONE. IM IN LOVE WITH MY NEW CAR. IN FRONT OF YOU IT TELLS YOU HOW MANY MPG YOU ARE GETTING AT ALL TIMES SO YOU CAN LEARN TO DRIVE A BIT DIFFERENT TO GET BETTER GAS MILEAGE. SO MY ADVICE IS NEGOTIATE WITH SEVERAL DEALERS AND DONT BE AFRAID TO DRIVE TO GET YOUR CAR AND LET YOUR BANK KNOW YOURE SHOPPING RATES
Traded a Prius
Have only had the car for less than 700 miles. Mileage is at 40 mpg from the start. Drivers seat could be a little more comfortable even though it is eight way powered with lumbar adjustment. Otherwise all is first class to my taste. I loved the Prius but wanted memory seats and a better ride.