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Does Toyota make any all-wheel-drive sedans?

Does the 2020 Toyota Camry have AWD?

Sedans with AWD outside of the luxury tier are pretty uncommon, and if you were wondering does the 2020 Toyota Camry have AWD a few months ago, we would have had to say no. But things are changing. Now it’s all a matter of when.

When will the 2020 Toyota Camry have AWD?

As of this writing, the 2020 Toyota Camry does not have AWD available, but that is set to change very soon. In early spring of 2020, Camry models will start arriving at dealership lots with the ability to put power down through all four wheels.

2020 Toyota Camry blue back view in rainWhat 2020 Camry trims will have AWD available?

The Camry lineup is expansive, given that it would be understandable if AWD was only available on 1 or 2 Camry models for 2020, but this is Toyota we are talking about here. They are extending this available feature to not 1 but 5 different trim levels.

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You will be able to get AWD on the LE, XLE, SE, and XSE. That means most of the Camry lineup will have AWD available. We should mention, this is a standalone option meaning that if you prefer one of these trims with FWD, that will still be available.

Will the Camry have an always-on AWD system?

Always-on AWD systems are what most crossovers have, but the Camry takes it one step further and actually turns the AWD system off converting it to a FWD system when you are cruising along. It can switch back at a moment’s notice the second you accelerate or need traction. This gives you the best of both worlds. Efficiency and all-wheel-drive performance.


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2020 Toyota Avalon AWD blue back viewIs Toyota making any other sedans with AWD?

The Avalon is a step up from the Camry, and it currently does not have AWD either. However, when the 2021 models go on sale in fall of 2020, they will have AWD available on the XLE and Limited trim levels. In just a year’s time, your AWD sedan option from Toyotas will go from 0 to 2.

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