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Average User Score
4.4 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 8 reviews
2001 Toyota Avalon Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 8 reviews
The 2001 Avalon was only the second model of the carâ€™s second generation, and therefore, the full-sized sedan saw no significant changes.
The 2001 Toyota Avalon comes in two trim levels, the XL and the more luxurious XLS. Both trims come standard with a 3.0-liter, 210 horsepower V6 engine. The XL is nicely equipped, including cruise control, antilock breaks, and a number of other comfort features. The XLS includes a few more niceties, like an upgraded sound system, alloy wheels, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Fuel efficiency is 21/29 mpg.
Drivers love the 2001 Avalon for its extremely comfortable ride and excellent handling. Many owners compare the Avalon to a luxury brand car like the Lexus. Drivers also like the wide array of available options and the spacious interior. Complaints are mostly trivial and/or cosmetic, with many finding the Avalon to have bland styling both inside and out.
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Toyota Avalon Questions
Is Odometer Reading In 2001 Toyota Avalon The Original Miles?
I am considering a purchase of a used 2001 Toyota Avalon. Odometer indicates 75000 miles How can I be sure that this is the actual miles on the car?.for this year the millage is low and this affects...
Why Does My Car Feel Like It Wants To Stall When I Come To A Stop Light?
211000 miles it has gas and a new oil change
Power Steering Fluid And Brake Fluid
The dealer is recommending that the brake fluid and power steering fluid be flushed on my 2001 Avalon with 105000 miles. Is this service necessary?
Timing Belt Change Kit
Just crossed 140,000 on ORIGINAL timing belt and related parts. The dealer is asking over $1000.00 including change of spark plugs. I want to drive it for another 100,000 miles. Can the gurus out th...
Steering Rack Replacement
Do you really have to pull the engine to replace a steering rack on a 2001 Avalon? The garage mechanic says they do and wants $800 to do it.