A head-on photo of the 2020 Toyota Camry with AWD on a snowy road.

The 2020 Camry AWD will be arriving in the very near future

Release Date for the 2020 Toyota Camry with AWD

The announcement that Toyota was going to be releasing a version of the Camry sedan, everyone working at the Toyota of Decatur showroom got pretty excited. Since the news broke back in November 2019, staff and customers alike have been wondering about the release date for the 2020 Toyota Camry with AWD. Unfortunately, we still don’t know the exact date that it will be delivered to the showroom but Toyota has recently said that it will arrive early this spring. Along with a more defined release date, the automaker has also let a few additional details about the updated platform out for public consumption. Let’s take a look at some of the new information about this new version of the popular sedan.

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Which trims will have AWD?

Toyota of Decatur customers will be able to have the Dynamic Torque Control AWD system added as a standalone option on the 2020 Camry in four trim grades, LE, XLE, SE and XSE. The 2020 Camry with the all-wheel-drive system will have the sedan’s naturally aspirated 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine under the hood. Most versions of the Camry with AWD will produce 202 horsepower but the XSE trim will make slightly more, topping out at 205 horsepower.

A rear photo of the 2020 Camry AWD driving on snow.

A photo of the dashboard in the 2020 Toyota Camry AWD.

2020 Camry AWD fuel economy scores

The Toyota Camry has become one of the most popular sedans in history because it has always been able to deliver strong performance scores without sacrificing fuel economy – a trend that will continue for the 2020 Camry AWD. According to the fuel economy figures for the Camry AWD from the Environmental Protection Agency, the Toyota sedan will be able to achieve 25 miles per gallon in the city and 34 miles per gallon on the highway.

Is this the first time the Camry had AWD?

To be sure, Toyota has made the Camry available with a lot of features. However, this isn’t the first time Toyota has made the Camry available with all-wheel-drive. From 1988 until 1991 the Toyota Camry used an all-wheel-drive system called AllTrac.

You can start the pre-ordering process for an all-wheel-drive-equipped 2020 Toyota Camry by making an appointment with a Toyota of Decatur product expert today.