2005 Toyota Avalon Owner Reviews
- Exterior Styling
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- Quality & Durability
Both of my Avalons are fine automobiles.
<p>I drove a Mercedes E350, BMW 5 Series, and an Audi A6 before driving my first Avalon, a 2005 model. It's a big car with comfortable seats and plenty of leg room. There is plenty of power from the 3.5 liter when I need it. In 60,000 miles on my 2005 XLS, I averaged 28 MPG combined on the cheapest gas I can find. If you buy one, get the upgraded sound system. It's worth the extra money. I also bought a 2007 XLS for my wife. She won't even let me drive it! It's the best car for my money. Make sure that you shop for one using the pricing info found here. The dealers unscrupulously hide large mark-ups on these desireable autos. Make your offer and stand your ground!</p>
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