2020 Toyota Avalon Trim Comparison
The Toyota Avalon has been around for a long time. Every model year has delivered an ownership experience highlighted by the automaker's inherent value and reliability combined with the kind of luxury that was once the sole domain of European brands. An examination of the 2020 Toyota Avalon features by trim grade will help buyers looking for a luxury sedan experience, sporty performance and the same commitment to reliability find exactly what they are looking for. Buyers interested in the 2020 Toyota Avalon will be able to use some of their favorite smartphone applications while they're on the road in addition to staying connected through a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot. The Avalon joins most of the manufacturer's lineup in making this technology available.
For the current 2020 model year, Toyota hasn’t made many huge changes to its flagship sedan. However, the manufacturer has introduced the TRD trim which focuses more on delivering a sport- or racetrack-themed aesthetic. The 2020 Avalon still employs its powerful engine and impressive complement of technology. Customers can start the pre-ordering process today by calling 256-274-4354.
Toyota Avalon TRD
In previous model years, the XSE was the sportiest model the Toyota Avalon had to offer. The new TRD trim grade takes this concept a step or two further. Future owners of the 2020 Avalon TRD will have black aerodynamic elements, high-performance brakes, sport-tuned suspension tuning and a sport exhaust setup. The interior will also feature TRD badging and exclusively available red seatbelts and contrast stitching.Schedule A Test Drive Today
|Engine: 3.5-L, V-6||Keyless entry, liftgate, ignition, locks||Wireless Smartphone Charging (XLE, Limited, Platinum)|
|301 hp/267 lb.-ft. torque||Dual Zone Climate Control||10-inch color heads-up display, Bird’s Eye View Camera|
|8-speed automatic||Wi-Fi hotspot, Apple CarPlay®, Amazon Alexa and Toyota Safety Sense||Heated, leather-wrapped, tilting/telescoping steering wheel (Touring, Limited)|
|22 mpg city/32 mpg hwy. (XLE)||9-inch touchscreen interface||Heated rear seats (Touring, Limited)|
Avalon XLEAmong new Toyota cars, trucks and SUVs, the XLE trim would be near the top of a vehicle’s trim ladder. It’s rather telling that it’s the base trim for the 2020 Avalon. This version starts customers off with LED headlights, keyless entry/ignition and heated from seats.
Avalon LimitedThis is where the 2020 Toyota Avalon really starts to come into its own. Limited models will take what the XLE version offered and add a sunroof, heads-up display and leather upholstery. This is also the first trim where driver-seat memory functions are available.
Avalon XSEXSE versions of the Avalon have traditionally been the sportiest models. That lineage is still on display with its 19-inch wheels, blacked-out exterior accents and rear spoiler. The 2020 Avalon XSE is also still outfitted with a sport-tuned suspension and paddle shifters.
Avalon TouringThe top of the line Touring version of the 2020 Avalon combines the features and systems of the XSE and Limited models. This iteration of the Toyota flagship sedan sets itself apart from the rest of the lineup by offering adaptive suspension and active noise cancellation.