The 2000 Toyota Avalon receives several improvements for the new model year. Entering its second generation, the Avalon is offered in two... Read More
The 2000 Toyota Avalon receives several improvements for the new model year. Entering its second generation, the Avalon is offered in two models: the XL and the XLS. New features include enhanced interior and exterior styling, improved safety and increased engine performance. The Avalons 3.0-liter V6 benefits from Toyotas variable valve timing (VVT-i). This improvement increases fuel economy, horsepower and torque and at the same time lowers emissions. A stronger body structure and added energy absorbing material in the roof rails and both front and center pillars enhance occupant safety. Optional equipment includes special Diamond White Pearl paint, a power moonroof, Vehicle Stability Control and upgraded tires and wheels. Minimize
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52 Reviews from Epinions.com
Nov 13, 2005
2000 Avalon XL....and 2005 Is the Time to Buy One!
Pros: Comfortable, practical, well-engineered and durable. Even after all these years.
Cons: Floppy trunk, bland styling on the XL, "old-person" car
A safe, fuel-efficient alternative to an SUV that gives you some pretty serious luxury. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 14, 2005
XLS V6 - 75K miles and still smooth as ever
Pros: Wonderful heated seats, tons of room & trunk storage
Cons: I wish I had gone for an '01 for the LATCH System.
A wonderful and fun family car. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 5, 2003
Avalon - A Lexus in disguise.
Pros: Smooth, quiet, refined. Roomy. Economical. Beautifully appointed interior. Smooth engine and transmission. Effortless cruiser.
Cons: Dashboard lighting reflects off windshield. Small gauges. Offer new 3.3 liter V6.
After having an LS400, Avalon's equivalent to the Lexus in space and comfort, costs less to run and maintain and I'm not afraid to leave it in the parking lot. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 17, 2003
First 50,000 Miles - Trouble Free
Pros: Great Interior Craftsmanship, Climate Control, Premium Sound System, Quite Engine, Smooth Transmission, Accurate Cruise Control.
Cons: Breaks should be improved to add a stronger/confident feel. Needs larger tires to improve handling.
The 2000 Avalon has been a reliable and enjoyable car to own. Exterior and Interior Craftsmanship are superior and trouble free for first 50,000 miles. Lexus like comfort. Great value! Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 23, 2003
Pros: Great reliability, Comfortable ride
Cons: Sometimes jerks with hard acceleration, especially up hills
Safe & reliable ride for both driving around town and across the country! Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 19, 2000
I Love this Car!
Pros: Spacious interior, Large trunk, Handles like a dream
Cons: None that I can think of Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 22, 2000
Very Good Car
Pros: Quiet, Smooth ride, Great Car!
Cons: Tail lights Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 8, 2006
2000 Avalon XLS is awesome.
Pros: dash computer readouts, fuel economy (30-36 hwy.), JBL stereo, comfort, power, reliability, affordability---buy one used!
Cons: exterior looks, odd tire size, lose things easily in huge interior, slow seat heaters.
buy with confidence--from the right person Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 21, 2006
Reliable, comfy, it's a toyota
Pros: Quiet engine, comfy interior, great on gas, adequate power, lots of power options and storage.
Cons: Mildly jerky transmission, radio fades out sometimes, styling is....almost ok
I recommend this car to anyone who wants quality, reliable comfortable car that will last longer than any domestic. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 25, 2000
Excellent Luxury Car
Pros: Comfy, smooth, seat memory
Cons: bad front cup holders, poor rear defogger Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 26, 2000
Pros: great ride, quiet, lots of space, great stereo
Cons: none found yet Read More at Epinions.com