2017 Toyota Avalon XLE

Toyota Avalon
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2017 toyota avalon

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  • Avg. Price

    $21,241

  • Avg. Mileage

    31,028

  • MPG City / Hwy

    21/30

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    • Red
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  • Drivetrain

    FWD

  • Engine

    6 Cyl

  • Displacement

    3.5 L

  • Transmission

    Automatic

  • Fuel tank

    17 Gal

  • Fuel Type

    Gasoline

  • Door count

    4

  • IIHS Overall Safety

    5 out of 5

  • Emissions Score

    N/A

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Vehicle Rating

Overall

The J.D. Power 100-Point Score is based on hundreds of thousands of independent and unbiased opinions of verified car owners regarding their vehicle's quality, dependability, performance, depreciation and their experience at the dealership

J.D. Power
81
Out of 100
GREAT
81/100
2017 Sedan Rating Avg. Price
#1 Kia Cadenza 86 $23,995
#2 Nissan Maxima 84 $21,900
#3 Buick LaCrosse 81 $25,988
#4 Chevrolet Impala 81 $17,970
#5 Toyota Avalon 81 $23,650

Ratings

These additional ratings provide more detail behind the overall score in terms of quality, reliability, safety, experience, and resale value of a vehicle based on verified owner input.

Quality & Reliability

J.D. Power
89
Out of 100
GREAT
89/100

Driving Experience

J.D. Power
64
Out of 100
AVERAGE
64/100

Resale

J.D. Power
80
Out of 100
GREAT
80/100

Dealership Experience

J.D. Power
83
Out of 100
GREAT
83/100

The Pros

Measured owner satisfaction with 2017 Toyota Avalon performance, styling, comfort, features, and usability after 90 days of ownership.

Transmission smoothness

Smoothness of vehicle's ride

Feeling of safety when driving the vehicle

Problem Areas

The problems experienced by owners of the 2017 Toyota Avalon during the first 90 days of ownership.

Interior storage spaces

The vehicle's navigation system

Styling of gauges and instruments

Consumer Reviews Verified Owner Reviews

Reviews from owners of the 2017 Toyota Avalon.

Verified owner

Mike

  • Aug 21, 2017
  • 3,500
  • Owned 3 months
3 out of 5 stars

This is my family's 4th Toyota Avalon. Other than routine maintenance we have had zero issues with any of these cars. My 2002 had 182,000 when I traded it in. Also have a 2013 Touring and traded in a 2016 basic model for a Premium 2017 model.

Verified owner

Oscar

  • Aug 22, 2017
  • 1,400
  • Owned 3 months
4 out of 5 stars

The 2017 Avalon is a nice car. Is a down grade from the previous model (2005 - 2012). Not as roomy, Rides rougher. and has an ugly front end. Had better tech features than previous model. I liked the style of older model better. In fact I sold the 2017 after 3 months and purchased a 2012 Avalon limi

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