2020 Toyota Camry driving in the snow

Does the 2020 Toyota Camry Have All-Wheel Drive?

Dealerships and manufacturers have a plethora of ways to try and sell you a car. There are a lot of different reasons why one car might be better than the other. It might offer more features or look fancier, but there is one thing that trumps everything else. How a car feels to drive is going to be the best selling point for any car.

When you get behind the wheel of a car and put your foot on the gas, how does it feel? If it doesn’t get your heart racing or feel smooth and responsive, then why are you wasting your time on it? The perfect car should feel like it is working in tandem with you. This was the idea behind adding an all-wheel drive system to the 2020 Toyota Camry, but how exactly does it work?

2020 Toyota Camry All-Wheel Drive System

Drivers have been enjoying their experiences with the Camry for as long as it has been around, but there is always room for improvement. This drive towards always making things better and more exciting is what led to adding an all-wheel drive system to the 2020 Toyota Camry. Not many people expect a sedan to have this type of drivetrain, so how does it work?

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The Camry works smarter, not harder, with its AWD. It utilizes Toyota’s dynamic torque control to give it a smooth and efficient feel without reducing the fuel economy significantly. The system can direct up to 50 percent of its engine power to the rear wheels when it feels any slippage at the front wheels. It can also disengage itself when it isn’t needed, like long highway stretches, to focus on fuel economy.

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Test Drive a 2020 Toyota Camry in Yuma, AZ

You can try out the all-wheel drive for yourself if you schedule a test drive with the 2020 Toyota Camry at Alexander Toyota. If you have any questions, then feel free to give us a call and we’ll be happy to help.