Despite the growth in popularity of SUVs over the past decade, sedans continue to remain a loved vehicle among many different drivers. Commuters love them due to their impressive fuel economy and enjoyable performance. New drivers enjoy the smaller size as they learn how to maneuver the road for the first time. Drivers who live in heavy traffic cities also enjoy sedans as they are easier to weave through traffic. No matter what you’re reasoning is for getting a sedan, you have a lot of models to choose from.
Two of the most popular sedans you’ll find in the market are the 2020 Toyota Avalon and the 2020 Honda Accord. Both of these sedans have been top picks for many years due to their performance, handling, and comfort. Since both of these models present an enjoyable experience, we decided to put them head to head. If you are curious to see how these two sedans stack up, keep reading for our 2020 Toyota Avalon vs 2020 Honda Accord comparison.
2020 Toyota Avalon
2020 Honda Accord
|301 hp||Engine Power||192 hp|
|267 lb-ft||Engine Torque||192 lb-ft|
*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $955 destination charge and accessories. Dealer prices may vary. MSRP does not include $395 charge for select premium colors. $395 charge only applies to 2021 models.
Looking at the comparison table above, you can see why both sedans are so popular. However, in almost every category, the 2020 Toyota Avalon comes out on top. Let’s break down this chart. In the first row, we see the 2020 Honda Accord take the lead by having a starting MSRP that is about $10,000 less than the Avalon.
However, the Avalon makes up for the higher price with the remaining rows. The engine in the Toyota Avalon outperforms the engine in the Honda Accord in both power and torque. This is great news for anyone who likes a little fun in their daily drive. Finally, we have the fourth row that focuses on the availability of heated seats. While many people don’t look for this when shopping for a new car, it’s a good feature to have when the temperature starts to drop in winter.
Are you interested in getting behind the steering wheel of a 2020 Toyota Avalon? Check out our available inventory at Baierl Toyota and then schedule a test drive.