The 2020 Toyota Avalon is a full-size car manufactured by Toyota. Toyota Avalon is Toyota’s largest front-wheel-drive sedan and serves as a major vehicle in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, China, and the Middle East. Toyota Avalon Toyota’s flagship sedan, while attracting its long-standing customer base, the 2020 Avalon bridges the line between the undisputed and the exciting with a wide range of decorations. For those who want to roam comfortably, the standard XLE or Limited provides V-6 power, an easy ride, and a spacious cabin.
The 2020 Avalon is well-equipped and surprisingly modern, offering ample standard driver assistance technology. The basic XLE is generously equipped, and we think many customers would be happy with its accommodation. But if you can make a higher monthly payment, we say go to the loaded Touring. You buy the Avalon because it should be a little nicer than the steering sedans like the Camry and Honda Accord.
2020 Toyota Avalon Interior
The 2020 Avalon’s steering wheel may have a Toyota badge, but the interior is so beautiful you’ll be forgiven if you think you’re in a Lexus. Toyota’s style is modern and lined with premium materials such as aluminum, wood, and soft-touch plastic. Synthetic leather upholstery is standard, and genuine leather is available. The standard, power-adjustable eight-spoke front seats are comfortable even on long road journeys and offer a generous level of headroom and legroom. Even if you’re tall, you should have plenty of room to stretch out, but the available pitched roof slightly interferes with the headroom in the front seat. The rear seat is attractive and has an excellent 40 inches of legroom, which is more than enough for two average-sized adults or three children.
The Avalon 2020 comes with a 9-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay, Amazon Alexa, Bluetooth, four USB ports, an eight-speaker sound system, HD Radio, satellite radio, and Wi-Fi hot spot. This setting is user-friendly, thanks to a combination of physical keys, buttons, and touch screen controls. The on-screen menus are easy to understand. Other standard features include keyless entry nearby, button operation, and dual-zone automatic air conditioning. Options include a 14-speaker JBL stereo, Qi pad for wireless charging, and navigation. The optional navigation system is one of the few car hiccups. It has an outdated look and is occasionally slow to react. The disadvantage of Android Auto is another disadvantage of Avalon.
2020 Toyota Avalon Engine
The Avalon 2020 comes standard with a 301-horsepower V6 engine, an eight-speed automatic transmission, and a front-wheel-drive. This V6 feels pretty powerful, and the Avalon accelerates fast. The eight-speed transmission drives quick and smooth gear changes. The Avalon XLE gets an EPA rating in the city of 22 mpg and on the highway 32 mpg. XSE and other trim levels were rated at 22/31 mpg city/highway. With both powertrains, Avalon’s fuel economy records are among the best in the big car class.
2020 Toyota Avalon Security
The Avalon 2020 comes standard with a reversing camera, blind-spot monitoring, reversing safety warning, LED headlights with automatic high beams, and Toyota’s P-sensor safety system (TSS-P), which includes a forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, automatic emergency braking, adjustable cruise control, lane departure warning, and lane-keeping assistance. Available safety features include front and rear parking sensors, an ambient parking system, ahead of screen, and rear braking in rear traffic.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gives 2020 Avalon an overall safety rating of five out of five stars. Avalon gets a rating of five stars in the side impact test and four stars in the frontal impact and rollover tests. The Road Safety Insurance Institute gave Avalon 2020 the highest Good rating in all six crash tests. IIHS also gave Avalon the highest Superior rating for the effectiveness of its standard suite of frontal collision prevention features. The standard headlights of the Toyota Avalon 2020 model received the lowest rating of bad in terms of how well they illuminate the road ahead. The higher parts have headlights with better performance, and IIHS rated it good.