1995 Toyota Avalon Overview


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4.75 stars

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Fabulous, Fantastic, Amazing Piece Of Automotive Machinery by Solarsoda
 — I love this car. I dislike nothing about it. It's quite luxurious, probably moreso than Camry or Corolla. It's got a V6 engine but it drives like a V8. Great acceleration from a dead stop, smooth like... Read More
Solid Reliable. by Sterling
 — It runs and handles like a dream. 13 years old and no major mechanical problems. 162000+ miles on it and no reason to get rid of it. It can fit 6 adults with pleanty of room in the back seat. Only ... Read More
It's Good If You Take Care Of It And Put Money In It, Not Good If You Have No Money. by Eliezer
 — Quality is good, but pieces are kinda bad like the door handles and stuff. Performance is good but motor takes a while to kick in. Its a good car to put your friends in and driving around town. Get it... Read More

1995 Toyota Avalon Overview

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1995 Toyota Avalon

The Toyota Avalon was introduced for the 1995 model year as a replacement for the discontinued Cressida. Based on the Camry platform, the Avalon was much larger than the best-selling sedan, and was marketed to a more upscale clientele. The 1995 Avalon was meant to compete with big American cars like the Ford Taurus and the Dodge Intrepid. The 1995 Avalon is known for its spacious interior and has Toyota’s typically conservative styling.

The 1995 Toyota Avalon comes in two trim levels, the XL and the more luxurious XLS. Both trims come standard with a 3.0-liter, 192 horsepower V6 engine. The XL is nicely equipped, including an AM/FM/cassette sound system and cruise control. The XLS includes a few more niceties, like an upgraded sound system, alloy wheels, and a theft-deterrent system. Fuel efficiency is 20/28 mpg.

The 1995 Avalon is popular among drivers for its roomy interior, smooth ride, excellent handling, and high-end appointments. Some drivers even compare it to driving a Lexus. However, many owners complain about excessive wind noise, and some say the styling is a little bland.


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What Colors Are The Wires For My Speaker In My 1995 Toyota Avalon Xls

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1995 Toyota Avalon. AC blows cold air but only through winshield and bottom vents. Is this a fuse issue or something else? The pushbottom controls don't seem to work to change the air flow.

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