2004 Toyota Avalon User Reviews
- $7,600 - $7,602
- No trim specified for this review
to get a new car! I stayed with my 1996 Chevy Lumina for 105k miles. I test drove a Malibu Maxx, Honda V6, Camry V6, and was going to lease the Accord when I decided last minute to test drive the Avalon. It completely won mever. I know that the 2005 is brand new, but I don't see how they can improve it much, and doubt that they will need to discount it much. I got the XLS with everything except the Navi for $28,500. Best car I ever owned!
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