Question about Toyota Avalon
Your vehicle would probably need a short block, or you can spend the money to have a good machinist refurb your motor.
To save the headache, I would sell it fast to someone that wants a vehicle that is considered a "mechanics special." Your vehicle has low-average mileage and Toyotas always retain decent value, even with a bad motor.
I would turn around and use that money to buy something with a little less mileage and make sure the oil changes were done on time.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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