2004 Toyota Avalon Overview


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45 stars

Based on 6 reviews

Buy One, But Get A Day Or Two Of Driving Experience With It First. by gmillioni
 — some of the dash controls were not well thought out. however that can be a personal issue rather than a manufactuer fault. thats just one minor reason why i say drive this vehicle for some hours fir... Read More
Avalon '04 by Andres
 — Good acceleration vut not a sports car. Built quality - very solid, brakes last a lifetime, no major repairs in 90K plus miles. Appearance - still a beaut after 5 years. Cost of ownership, very little... Read More
Love My Car by Udaya
 — it is the best car i have ever had it runs great no breakdown speedy and incredible fuel efficiency i would like to ride the new avalon limited the best car from the makers of toyota i would say thi... Read More

2004 Toyota Avalon Overview

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2004 Toyota Avalon

The 2004 Toyota Avalon only saw a few changes, including the availability of safety features such as an antiskid traction control system and full-power brake assist.

The 2004 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 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. The XLS also comes with option of front bucket seats or a three-seater bench. Fuel efficiency is 21/29 mpg.

Drivers love the 2004 Avalon because they can get a car with a luxury feel at a Toyota price. They also appreciate the roomy interior, generous amount of cargo space, and smooth, quiet ride. Most complaints stem from the appearance of the car, which many drivers feel is somewhat boring both inside and out.


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