The Camry and Avalon TRD are priced at $31,040 and $42,300, respectively, and are both powered by a 301 HP, 3.5-liter V6.
The 2020 Toyota Avalon TRD is $200 less expensive than the range-topping Avalon Touring.
Fitted with a hydraulic handbrake, the (otherwise standard) Avalon TRD pulls off a nice stunt.
Until recently, the Avalon was never that good looking to begin with, and this “concept” makes things even worse.
Winners were selected based on CR’s track tests and safety evaluations, as well as reliability and owner satisfaction.
Jim Lentz believes U.S. passenger car sales are close to bottoming out and can’t get much lower.
The Avalon and Camry TRD have been unveiled the changes ahead of their launch next fall.
The new special editions will have unique wheels, a ground effects package and a two-tone interior.
The TRD special editions will apparently have a new front splitter and lightweight alloy wheels.
If you drive a Prius, Avalon, Tundra, or Sequoia, expect to get a recall notice from Toyota.
The Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra will duke it out in the truck category.
For a car brand that prides itself on practicality and reliability, somebody definitely didn’t do this Toyota any favors.