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2014 Toyota Avalon Repair & Maintenance Costs

A guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your 2014 Toyota Avalon

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2014 Toyota Avalon
$455
Annual Repair Cost
on average
The annual maintenance cost of a 2014 Toyota Avalon is $455. Repair and maintenance costs vary depending on age, mileage, location and shop.

Most Common 2014 Toyota Avalon Problems

2014 Toyota Avalon vehicles have 5 reported problems.The most commonly reported 2014 Toyota Avalon problem is: Rear Window Sunshade Fails and Makes Grinding Noise
The MOTOR for the rear window sunshade in the toyota avalon is known to fail. when this occurs, the sunshade will not...
The check engine light may illuminate because a component of the oxygen sensor stops working. as a result the engine...

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The Toyota Avalon Reliability Rating is 4.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 2nd out of 12 for fullsize cars. The average annual repair cost is $455 which means it has lower than average ownership costs. Repairs are less severe than average, and the frequency of these issues is average, so major repairs are not common for the Avalon.
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Most Common 2014 Toyota Avalon Questions

There are 5 related questions for 2014 Toyota Avalon vehicles. RepairPal's professional community answers hundreds of questions each day. Below are the most commonly asked questions.
It burns too much gas quickly. its only has 27000 miles on it what seems to make the problem better or worse? worse...
Why does my automatic transmission downshift instead of "coasting" when there is no demand for power as my foot is...
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