Used 2013 Toyota Avalon Pricing
The 2013 Toyota Avalon is fully redesigned.
- Dynamic new look
- luxury-like cabin quality
- roomy seating front and rear
- large trunk
- generous interior storage.
- No lesser equipped and cheaper base model
- ride might be too firm for traditional Avalon buyers.
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Used 2013 Toyota Avalon for Sale
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This Toyota CERTIFIED and ONE-OWNER 2013 Avalon LIMITED Sedan with the NAVIGATION and HEATED LEATHER SEATING also has the POWER SUNROOF and it's nicely equipped with the Blizzard Pearl Special Color, HID Quadrabeam Headlights w/Auto On/Off, Fog Lights and LED Daytime Running Lights, Auto-Dimming Heated Outside Mirrors w/Turn Signals, Puddle Lights and Folding Feature, Power Tilt/Slide Moonroof, Rain Sensing Windshield Wipers, Three-Zone Climate Control w/Air Filtration and Rear Seat Vents, Premium HDD Navigation w/Entune and JBL, 7 Touch Screen, AM/FM/CD w/MP3/WMA, 11 JBL Speakers, SiriusXM w/90 day Trial, HD Radio, Aux Jack USB Ports, Bluetooth, Backup Camera, 3.5-in TFT Multi-Information Display, Premium Perforated Leather-Trimmed 10-way Power Driver and 8-way Power Passenger Seats, Power Driver's Seat Cushion Extension, Heated and Ventilated Front Seats, Heated Rear Seats, Drivers Seat and Outside Mirrors Memory Systems, Sport, Eco, and Normal Drive Mode Switch, Smart Key System with Push Button Start, Power Rear Sunshade w/Auto Return, a 3.5L 268HP DOHC 24V w/Dual VVT-i, 6-Speed ECT-i A/T w/Paddle Shifters, 18 Alloy Wheels w/P225/45R18 Tires, Star Safety System Includes VSC, TRAC, Anti-lock Brake System, EBD, Brake Assist and Smart Stop Technology (SST), 10 Airbags, Anti-Theft System w/Engine Immobilizer, Blind Spot Monitor/Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Safety Connect, ONE OWNER, NON SMOKER, Vehicle Detailed, Recent Oil Change, 3-Month SirriusXM Satelite Radio Service Included. This TOYOTA CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED VEHICLE Includes a (7) Seven Year/100,000 Mile Factory Powertrain Warranty and a 12 Month/12,000 Mile Comprehensive Warranty plus Rental Car Reimbursement and 2 Years of Roadside Assistance at No Additional Charge. Toyota Financial currently has SPECIAL FINANCING RATES as low as 1.9% APR for qualified buyers. Please ask for MICKEY ORTIZ, Pre-Owned Manager anytime day or night. More Pictures Available at StaffordToyota.com!
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This 2013 Toyota Avalon Limited is proudly offered by Brown's Honda City When you purchase a vehicle with the CARFAX Buyback Guarantee, you're getting what you paid for. Save money at the pump with this fuel-sipping Toyota Avalon. One of the best things about this Toyota Avalon is that it has low, low mileage. It's ready for you to truly break it in. Let's be honest, not everyone wants to set a course blindly into the dark. For those of us that don't, there are vehicles like this with stellar navigation systems. Added comfort with contemporary style is the leather interior to heighten the quality and craftsmanship for the Toyota Avalon More information about the 2013 Toyota Avalon: The Avalon is the most expensive sedan sold by Toyota, starting at just under $31,000. With plenty of interior space and a nice, powerful V6 engine in base trim, the Avalon represents a pretty good value for buyers looking at entry level luxury cars. The interior is nicely put together and Toyota has a nearly unmatched reputation for reliability and build quality. Interesting features of this model are optional hybrid drivetrain, Roomy comfort, and luxurious
2013 TOYOTA AVALON LIMITED - Sizzling Crimson Mica with Black Leather - Ranked #2 among 2013 Affordable Large Cars, the Toyota Avalon received a 9.3 out of 10 Safety Rating from U.S.News. They gave positive points for upscale cabin materials, as well as good fuel economy for the class. Car and Driver reports, ``The structure is stiffer than that of the previous version, too, which has helped make powertrain, suspension, and road noise even more hushed than before-and decidedly Lexus-like.`` Edmund`s reports, ``Thanks to the additional acoustic insulation carried by the Avalon compared to the Camry, it practically takes a stethoscope to detect when the Avalon`s V6 is running.`` Car and Driver reports, ``Power remains the same at 268 hp, but muscle was never the Avalon`s problem.`` This Limited model features keyless entry, back up camera, Blind Spot Monitor, wood trim, sunroof, push start, rain sensing wipers, power rear sunshade, heated and air conditioned seats, dual auto climate, AUX-USB Input, Adaptive Cruise Control, JBL Synthesis Sound System, HD Radio, satellite radio, Apps, Bluetooth Audio, real time traffic, Bluetooth, touchscreen navigation, steering wheel controls with transmission tap shifters, rear heated seats, rear climate control, and a wireless phone charging station.
**SUNROOF**, **NAVIGATION**, **LEATHER**, **BACKUP CAMERA**Turn heads at every corner with our One Owner, Clean CarFax, Certified, 2013 Toyota Avalon XLE Touring presented in dramatic Moulin Rouge Mica. Its athletic 3.5 Liter V6 teamed with an intelligent 6 Speed Automatic produces 268hp on demand and treats you to 31mpg on the open road. Though it's been masterfully redesigned, responsive driving dynamics and straightforward creature comforts paired with just the right amount of panache make this an exemplary vehicle.The XLE Touring's sculpted silhouette is accented by 18 inch wheels and fog-lights. Stitched leather on heated power seats with lumbar support will cradle you and controls that are intuitively arranged will make you wonder if this interior has been especially tailored for you. A rear view camera, heated mirrors, and dual-zone automatic climate control are thoughtful touches. You'll appreciate the ease of use of the central touchscreen display with premium navigation as well as Bluetooth phone/audio connectivity, Entune infotainment and an audio system with a satellite and HD radio.Meticulously built to safeguard you and your passengers with traction and stability control, anti-lock disc brakes, and multiple airbags, you can trust this car to be your loyal companion. Print this page and call us Now... and you'll be on your way to a 'TRULY EXCEPTIONAL EXPERIENCE'
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Features & Specs
|XLE Touring 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)||Limited 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)||XLE Premium 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)||XLE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)|
|Transmission||6-speed shiftable automatic||6-speed shiftable automatic||6-speed shiftable automatic||6-speed shiftable automatic|
|Horsepower||268 hp @ 6200 rpm||268 hp @ 6200 rpm||268 hp @ 6200 rpm||268 hp @ 6200 rpm|
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It's not that current Toyota Avalon buyers are old. It's just that a median age of 64 makes them really, really old. Avalon owners don't always trade in their old sedans on new ones; more often the cars they leave behind are sold at estate sales. Given this, the mission of the new 2013 Toyota Avalon is to knock a decade off the median age of the owner body by bringing in some fresh — but still mature — blood to the pool of potential buyers.
So the new Avalon is aimed at boomers born in the early 1950s to the early '60s, an age notoriously obsessed with perpetual youth and its own sense of hipness. You know, people like Madonna, George Clooney, Dan Marino and, of course, LeVar Burton. It's a generation that would never have looked twice at the original 1995 Toyota Avalon with its front bench seat and column-mounted shifter. After all, it never would have imagined itself maturing to the point of owning what has been Toyota's version of a Buick.
But here the boomers are, well into their 50s and still resisting activation of their AARP cards. And here's the sleeker, vastly better 2013 Toyota Avalon and 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid aimed straight at them. It's better-looking than any Toyota has a right to be. Most of all, it's not a Buick.
Think of the new Avalon as the Champagne Edition of the Toyota Camry. It's everything that's right with the newly redesigned 2012 Camry — its easygoing chassis, slick drivetrain and robust build quality — only in a package with more interior room. Plus it has that champagne bubble thing when it comes to the styling.
When the first Toyota Avalon was introduced in early 1994 as a 1995 model, it was basically a Camry stretched over a 4-inch-longer wheelbase. It was even built alongside the Camry at Toyota's plant in Georgetown, Kentucky. So we shouldn't be surprised that the new Avalon is still a stretched Camry, only this time the wheelbase has been stretched 1.7 inches to 111 inches. The suspension, most of the structural stampings and both the available drivetrains have been brought over from the Camry to the Avalon. And the Avalon is still made at the Georgetown plant on the same assembly line that churns out Camrys. Philosophically at least, the basic idea of the Avalon hasn't changed much.
The outgoing 2012 Avalon also rode on a 111-inch wheelbase, but now the new car's overall length is actually 2.4 inches shorter. Total EPA rated interior volume has dropped a bit from 106.9 cubic feet to 103.6 cubic feet, while trunk volume rises slightly from 14.4 cubic feet to 16 cubic feet.
As you walk around the new Avalon, you'll note that while the upper grille on the new car looks Camry-esque, the larger lower grille has some Ford Fusion in it. The most visually compelling aspect of the car can be seen in profile, as the C-pillar has been pulled back almost completely over the trunk, making the car look longer and more impressive. The silhouette reminds us of the Cadillac XTS or Jaguar XJ.
On the whole, the Avalon looks elegant and modern, not to mention more attractive than some of the sedans for sale over at Lexus. Which one looks better, Toyota Avalon or Lexus ES 350? To us, the ES 350 looks like the garment bag that the tailored Avalon was delivered in.
Aside from a different exhaust system, the 3.5-liter V6 featured in the front-wheel-drive 2013 Toyota Avalon is identical to the optional V6 offered on the Camry. It's rated at 268 horsepower and lashed to the same six-speed automatic transaxle used in the Camry with the same gear ratios. To enhance fuel economy, 5th gear is an overdrive ratio and 6th gear is such a tall overdrive that it's tough for the V6 to pull a thread on a sweater. The Avalon is also geared taller overall than the Camry, with a 3.238:1 ratio compared to the Camry V6's 3.458:1. So we're saying mpg is more important here than mph, right?
All-wheel drive is not available, though several of the Avalon's direct competitors offer it. Toyota argues that few buyers actually opt for the all-wheel-drive option, and offering it in the Avalon would have entailed engineering a whole new floor pan and rear suspension. So it wasn't worth the hassle and expense.
Thanks to the additional acoustic insulation carried by the Avalon compared to the Camry, it practically takes a stethoscope to detect when the Avalon's V6 is running. With about 3,500 pounds to shove around, each of the 268 horses needs to pull hard, and the Avalon's ponies deliver, despite the transmission's tall gearing. The Avalon V6 never feels strained, and we're guessing the car runs to 60 mph in 8.0 seconds. Maybe even a tick quicker.
In addition to the conventional Avalon, Toyota also now offers a new hybrid version. Given the way the car has been engineered, you'd expect the powertrain to be the gas-electric package from the Camry. And since Toyota has never shied away from doing exactly as expected, the Avalon Hybrid's powertrain does indeed come from the Camry Hybrid.
As in the Camry, the heart of the Avalon Hybrid is a 2.5-liter Atkinson-cycle inline-4 engine that puts out 156 hp. The electric motor that accompanies it is rated at 105 kilowatts, and the juice comes from a pack of nickel-metal hydride batteries. The combined 200 hp is channeled through a continuously variable transmission (CVT) to the front wheels. Let's guess that the car will get to 60 mph in 9.0 seconds. Maybe a tick more.
While the new Avalon V6 is EPA-rated at 21 mpg in the city and 31 on the highway, the Avalon Hybrid hits a big 40 mpg in both the city and highway tests. And the hybrid drivetrain can be matched to any Avalon trim level except the base XLE.
Yes, the outside of the Avalon is going to attract a new generation of buyers, but it's the inside that's going to have them taking out reverse mortgages and telling their kids to settle for affordable, third-tier colleges. Thanks to the use of multidimensional panel designs somewhat like the Camry, the 2013 Toyota Avalon's interior is simply great.
Slouch into the driver's flat front bucket seat and what faces you are two electroluminescent dials floating up under their own veranda. Chrome wings spear off from the instrumentation and contain air vents. Just below is a black panel that seems to float over the center of the dash and which contains the sound system and HVAC controls. Beneath that is a center console containing the shifter and oversize cupholders.
Even in the plain XLE, the Avalon's cockpit is gorgeously detailed, roomy and shockingly comfortable. The rear seat even has some shape to it that should keep it comfortable over long cruises. This is a clear move up from the old Avalon and a move up in general for Toyota. Surprisingly, the Avalon has abandoned its use of matte finish for the fake wood trim and gone back to a glossy finish for the fake wood accents on the dash. "It's more dazzling," the Avalon's chief engineer explained to us. "And dazzling is good."
Champagne and Caviar Drive
If you drive the new Avalon out the back of a C-130 cargo plane flying at 10,000 feet, we can promise you that you'll have the most serene 90 seconds or so of your life before you smash into the ground. The new Avalon is so comfortable that it's almost as if you're still in freefall after driving out of the Hercules. This is a car that can drain the excitement out of almost any situation. (Get into your 50s and this sort of thing starts to sound pretty good.)
With the V6 doing business under the hood, the 2013 Toyota Avalon is confident and poised, with its wheels broadly apart on the pavement. There's weight in the nose and you can feel it leading you down the highway. This isn't a car that goes out hunting corners; it's the car driven by the guy who hires other guys to hunt for him. The transmission changes gears so smoothly that the machinery might well be lubricated with ambrosia, and there's enough acoustic insulation to effectively hush any tire noise.
There's not a lot of communication from the steering, but what it's not telling you is stuff the Avalon driver doesn't want to know anyway. The ride is soft but controlled, while the nose dips only slightly when you get on the brakes.
Except for a slight whine from the regenerative braking system, the Avalon Hybrid drives fully as confidently as the conventional V6 version. That's not a surprise. After all, every part in the package has been well proven in the Camry Hybrid.
Prices for the 2013 Toyota Avalon start at $31,750 for the XLE including a $760 destination charge. Adding a moonroof, back-up camera, garage door opener and smart key system turns that car into a $33,955 XLE Premium. Throw in a nav system, blind spot monitor and 18-inch wheels and suddenly it's a $36,260 XLE Touring. At the top of the line is the $40,410 Limited which includes HID headlights, a color HVAC system monitor and practically everything else imaginable.
There is also a fifth model available that's aimed at the livery trade. It's based on the XLE but includes features like rear-seat climate controls. Apparently Toyota is taking aim at the market left open by the demise of the Lincoln Town Car. No word yet on whether to expect another Avalon optimized for conversion into stretched limousines, hearses and flower cars.
The 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid XLE Premium starts at $36,315 ($2,360 more than the V6), while the line tops out at $42,160 for the Limited (a $1,750 bump up from the V6). This seems to represent a reasonable premium to pay for a hybrid system at a time when gas prices are stuck above $4 per gallon.
By the time you're in your 50s you ought to know what kind of person you are. And not everyone that age needs a Mercedes AMG blitzwagen or BMW M car. Some of us want to drive something different. Unpretentious but elegant. Comfortable, but not showy. Reliable, but not generic.
The 2013 Toyota Avalon is for those of us who can admit our maturity and want to grow really, really old in style.
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Used 2013 Toyota Avalon Overview
The Used 2013 Toyota Avalon is offered in the following submodels: . Available styles include XLE Touring 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A), Limited 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A), XLE Premium 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A), and XLE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A).
What's a good price on a Used 2013 Toyota Avalon?
Save up to $300 on one of 17 Used 2013 Toyota Avalon for sale at dealerships within 25 miles of Ashburn, VA with prices as low as $14,900 as of 06/19/2018, based on data from dealers and consumer-driven dealer ratings ranging from 1.3 to 5 out of 5 stars.
Price comparisons for Used 2013 Toyota Avalon trim styles:
- The Used 2013 Toyota Avalon Limited is priced between $14,900 and $20,333 with odometer readings between 37239 and 97026 miles.
- The Used 2013 Toyota Avalon XLE Touring is priced between $14,995 and $22,311 with odometer readings between 26687 and 85054 miles.
- The Used 2013 Toyota Avalon XLE Premium is priced between $17,253 and $17,998 with odometer readings between 41334 and 86519 miles.
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