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Limited
Avg. Price: $13,486
Touring
Avg. Price: $12,329
XL
Avg. Price: $12,542
XLS
Avg. Price: $12,874

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4.75 stars

Based on 6 reviews

Wonderful Car by Jebber
 — Purchased it for interior spacae, especially for passengers in the back seat. Didn't anticipate how much zip it has, and how much I would enjoy the front-wheel drive. Most of all, like some many Toy... Read More
2006 Toyota Avalon by murvinj
 — I just purchased the vehicle but already I can tell it has power and very good gas mileage. I don't have much to say right now regarding it but stay tuned I will inform you as information arrives. S... Read More
Excellent And Impressive To Have by jacquaah
 — Car accelerates smoothly. Brakes are slightly softer for a luxury feel. Always felt safe driving this car with family and very fun to drive. Interior is also very nice with nice leather seats and wood... Read More

2006 Toyota Avalon Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 6 reviews

2006 Toyota Avalon

The 2006 Toyota Avalon remains unchanged from 2005, when it was redesigned with a larger frame and a more sleek and stylish exterior.
The 2006 Toyota Avalon is offered in four trims: the XL, the Touring, the XLS and the Limited. As expected with a high-end vehicle, all 2006 Toyota Avalon models come standard with state-of-the-art safety features including seat-mounted side-impact airbags, side curtain airbags and a driver's side kneebag. The Touring is the sportiest version, featuring suspension tuning, alloy wheels and a rear lip spoiler. The Limited includes all the gadgets associated with luxury brand vehicles, including a six-CD, 12-speaker sound system, separate driver and passenger-side temperature controls and the Smart Key system, which allows the driver to unlock the door and start the ignition while the electronic key remains in a pocket or handbag.
The 2006 Toyota Avalon is lauded for its roomy interior (especially the backseat) and smooth, quiet ride. The Avalon also gets surprisingly good gas mileage for a full-size sedan with a 3.5 L V6 engine, about 22/30 mpg using premium fuel.
People interested in the Toyota Avalon may also have an interest in a Nissan Maxima, a well-built car with a slightly sportier feel.

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Toyota Avalon 2006 All Check Engine, Vsc, Traction Control Lights Are On

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2006 Avalon With 200,000 + Miles, Should I Change Shocks Or Any Other Parts...

I have a 2006 Toyota Avalon and am planning to keep if for another 100 to 200,000 miles. Great car! So here is my question... what should I do to make the ride feel better? Shocks, Struts???

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