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8 Top Used Toyotas for Under $10,000 for 2019

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Toyota is known for offering great reliability. This means you can buy a used Toyota product with the confidence that it will get you where you need to go with little fuss, and should run for years to come without any unexpected maintenance issues. This alone means a used Toyota is well worth checking out, and here we'll outline eight of the best used Toyotas available for around $10,000 or less.

2006-2012 Toyota RAV4

2006-2012 Toyota RAV4

The RAV4 is one of the most popular SUVs on the market, and third-generation models, sold from 2006-2012, can easily be found for around $10,000, and there are close to $1,000 listed on Autotrader right now that fit the bill. The RAV4 offers practicality in an efficient, compact package. The third-generation model was also available with a powerful 3.5-liter V6 engine putting out 270 horsepower, making it extremely quick. Whether you opt for the V6 or more economical 4-cylinder, a used RAV4 makes for a great, reliable $10,000 SUV. Find a Toyota RAV4 for sale

2014-2017 Toyota Camry

2014-2017 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry has been one of the top selling family sedans on the market for over a decade, and there are tons of great used options to choose from. The Camry offers a spacious interior and good ride quality, and the 2014-2017 model can also be had with modern features like a blind spot monitoring system. There are currently around 300 2014-2017 Camry models listed on Autotrader for around $10,000. Most of these are basic 4-cylinder models, but will offer great fuel economy, returning 24 miles per gallon in the city and 33 mpg on the highway, making for a good overall value. Find a Toyota Camry for sale

2012-2015 Toyota Prius

2012-2015 Toyota Prius

The Toyota Prius has been one of the leading hybrids on the market for years, and the third-generation model is now very affordable. This isn't a vehicle you buy for its driving dynamics, but rather for its exceptional fuel economy. It also offers a surprisingly large cargo area and a great, practical rear hatchback design. Right now on Autotrader, there are around 450 2012-2015 Prius models listed for around $10,000. Each one of these will return great fuel economy, with EPA ratings of 51 mpg city/48 mpg hwy. Find a Toyota Prius for sale

2014-2017 Toyota Corolla

2014-2017 Toyota Corolla

One of the newest used Toyotas you'll find on this list, the Corolla is a safe, reliable compact sedan that will get you from point A to point B with few surprises. We recommend looking for an LE, S, SE, or Eco model and avoiding the basic Corolla L from these years, as it employs a dated automatic transmission. The SE adds a body kit, 17-in wheels and paddle shifters, while the Eco has aerodynamic styling elements that earn it a few extra mpgs in city and highway driving. Currently on Autotrader, there are over 400 2014-2017 Corollas listed for around $10,000 with fewer than 100,000 miles on the odometer. Find a Toyota Corolla for sale

2011-2015 Toyota Sienna

2011-2015 Toyota Sienna

If you've got a family to haul around, it's hard to beat the practicality and day-to-day livability of a minivan, and the Sienna is one of the best options on the market. The current-generation Sienna came out way back for 2011 and looks extremely similar to the version sold new at dealerships today. The Sienna differentiates itself further from the rest of the minivan pack by offering available all-wheel drive for added peace of mind. 2011-and-newer models are still somewhat hard to come by at the $10,000 price point, but there are currently around 150 2011-2015 models listed on Autotrader for around $10,000. About 15 even come with AWD. Buyers wanting more choice can look to a Sienna from the previous generation, sold from 2004 through 2010. Find a Toyota Sienna for sale

2008-2013 Toyota Highlander

2008-2013 Toyota Highlander

Wanting to avoid the minivan stigma? Opt for a Highlander, which offers much of the passenger and cargo space of the Sienna, but with a taller seating position and burlier SUV proportions. The second-generation Highlander was sold from 2008 through 2013 and came fitted with either a 187-hp 4-cylinder or a 270-hp V6. A hybrid was offered as well that earned around 26 mpg in combined driving, which is a respectable figure for the era. There are currently around 300 Highlanders listed on Autotrader for about $10,000 or less. Around 180 offer AWD, great for anyone living in colder climates, while there are also several hybrid models listed. Find a Toyota Highlander for sale

2003-2009 Toyota 4Runner

2003-2009 Toyota 4Runner

The 4Runner is a rugged truck-based SUV beloved for its dependability and adventuring capabilities. The fourth-generation 4Runner has now depreciated down to the $10,000 mark, and buyers currently have around 500 to choose from on Autotrader that would work with our budget. The 2003-2009 4Runner was unique in that it was available with a V8 engine, making it great for towing, but not so great on gas mileage. For the fuel-conscious shopper, a V6 was also available. Buyers currently have around 500 2003-2009 4Runners to choose from on Autotrader for about $10,000. Just over half of these come with 4-wheel drive. Find a Toyota 4Runner for sale

2005-2012 Toyota Tacoma

2005-2012 Toyota Tacoma

Like many Toyota products, the Tacoma is known for its reliability, but it also adds great off-road capability into the mix thanks to its high ground clearance and numerous off-road oriented features and packages. Additionally, thanks to the Tacoma's endless utility and great resale value, buyers will experience slow depreciation, meaning that you're likely to recuperate a lot of your investment when it comes time to sell your Tacoma down the road. This is a double-edged sword though, as you may find yourself surprised at how much a used Tacoma costs compared to some of the other vehicles on this list. Buyers hoping to pick one up for around $10,000 should look for a Tacoma from the 2005-2012 model years, and there are around 300 to choose from currently on Autotrader. Of these, about 50 even come with the V6 engine and 4WD. Find a Toyota Tacoma for sale

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