2017 Toyota Avalon Limited 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
Brought this new; zero mechanical issues, have owned for 9 months and currently have put on 7980 miles. Retail price of car new was 43K+. Current trade-in value is approximately $27,500 + or -. That is absolutely a rediculous value. Never will I buy the highest priced Toyota Sedan Limited Version with an interior that is sub-par for their high end sedan and a value that figuratively tanks in less than a year
2017 Toyota Avalon Touring 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
The ride is more than a little stiff. Minor bumps are jarring. Wind noise is extreme even at low speeds. Interior design is so dumbed down: pass seat has no vertical adjustment, both front seats are stiff and uncomfortable after about 30 minutes so the seat warmers are very welcome and needed after an hour of getting bounced around. Interior storage is ridiculous, slim door bins hold zip, cup holders do not snug the cups so everything shakes around. Basically a very awkward, small interior environment. Getting in and out is difficult as well. Have to admit it is more sporty than I had expected. Handles well. Good acceleration and braking and smooth tranny. Paddle shifters are fun. Sound system is better off if not turned on. Seems like a very basic system for sound quality. Great paint, great safety assists, especially the back up and lane warnings. BUT for the money you don’t get an Avalon. You get a very hot Corolla.
2017 Toyota Avalon XLE Premium 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
Riding in the rear right hand seat rounded a sharp corner grabbed the grab handle. It was only held on by cheap clips not bolts like most other cars hit me in the face scratched my glasses and gave me a good shiner. Really cheap and unexeptable in my opinion.