2010 Toyota Avalon User Reviews
- $15,510 - $20,916
- No trim specified for this review
- Excellent handling, acceleration,
- Ride is a little rough, and expensive to repair
Purchased As New
Own a 2005 Touring. Had a problem with the visors staying up and were replaced free of charge at the dealership. At about 55,000 miles the battery was shot. Then the passenger front window wouldn't operate with the master switch on drivers door. Dealer wanted $435.15 for new switch and $93.00 to put it in. Found switch for $65.00 and took 2 minutes to replace. Also have problems with the switch for the sun roof. Works only intermittingly so don't use as it might not close. Can't imagine the cost to fix the problem!! We had a 2002 Avalon before this and had no problems with it.
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