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2020 Toyota Avalon vs. 2019 Toyota Avalon

As one of the top-performing large sedans on the market, the Toyota Avalon has pushed the competition with its impressive skill set. From the lengthy list of high-tech features to its engine performance and overall handling, it makes for an exciting and safe ride for anyone in the La Crescenta area.

Coming into the new year, the 2020 Toyota Avalon has maintained the brand’s level of modern comfort and performance. But has there been any general changes from the 2019 Avalon? We at Bob Smith Motors decided to look further into it below.


2020 Toyota Avalon

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2019 Toyota Avalon

5 Trim Levels 4
Standard Heated Seats Available
Toyota Safety Sense™ P Safety Package Toyota Safety Sense™ P
$35,875 Starting MSRP $35,650

 

Those who enjoy a strong, capable sedan will be pleasantly surprised that the 2020 Toyota Avalon remains mostly the same from last year’s model. With just a few small standard additions – namely the standard set of heated seats - the high-end and technologically-savvy model returns to offer a complete experience behind the wheel. This includes a return of the Toyota Safety Sense™ P package, which helped the model win a 2019 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award, as well as the available and engaging nine-inch touchscreen display.


Find a 2020 Toyota Avalon at Bob Smith Toyota

Since its redesign last year, Toyota has offered a strong performing engine inside each Toyota Avalon. Reaching 301 horsepower inside its 3.5L V6 engine, both yearly options will give you an exciting and fun driving experience. But while the 2019 Avalon has four trim levels, the 2020 model has a fifth. The new Toyota Racing Development (TRD) trim level features a host of performance features if you’re interested in boosting performance even further. This model receives various performance and aesthetic changes, which include:

  • TRD Piano-Black Front Splitters
  • 19-inch TRD Matte-Black Alloy Wheels
  • TRD Cat-Back Dual Exhausts with Stainless Steel Tips
  • TRD Track-Tuned Suspension
  • 12.9-inch Front Disc Brakes
  • TRD Piano-Black Rear Spoiler

Ranked as one of the best models in its class, the 2020 Toyota Avalon brings back many of the beloved features from the 2019 model. Both options are a strong competitor in any sedan search and offer an array of technology, safety, and engine performance at each trim level. Head down to Bob Smith Toyota in the La Crescenta area to find your perfect fit today!


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