2020 Toyota Camry TRD driving past a 2020 Toyota Avalon

New All-Wheel Drive Vehicles at Toyota

How a car handles is important to a lot of drivers. A car should feel fun and exciting to drive. If you get behind the wheel of a car, you expect it to feel responsive. A good car will handle as if it is an extension of yourself. The connection between the car and the driver should feel effortless. A good car will feel like its responding before the driver even makes a move.

There are a lot of ways to improve your car’s handling. You can customize your suspension or tires to give your vehicle a different feel. One of the biggest factors that will determine how your car handles is its drivetrain. Front, rear, or all-wheel drive will affect your handling a lot.

New All-Wheel Drive Vehicles at Toyota

Many people know that an all-wheel drive car offers the best traction and control on the road. Plenty of SUVs and trucks come with an all-wheel drive option. These utility and work vehicles are essential for some families, but they shouldn’t be able to corner the market on all-wheel drive.

2020 Toyota Camry TRD driving on a road

2020 Toyota Camry TRD badge

Toyota recently announced it is expanding the all-wheel drive section of its inventory. The Toyota Camry and the Toyota Avalon will both have all-wheel drive options going forward. Sedans have long missed out on this capability, so drivers have an exciting new option in front of them. These vehicles will be developed with Dynamic Torque Control to give its all-wheel drive system a responsive and tight feeling.


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Test Drive an All-Wheel Drive Vehicle in Yuma, AZ

You can schedule a test drive with the 2020 Toyota Camry, 2020 Toyota Avalon, or any other great all-wheel drive vehicle here at Alexander Toyota. If you have any questions, then please give us a call and we’ll be happy to help however we can.