The Toyota Camry continues to have a tight grip on the leadership in its important segment of the automotive industry. A comparison of the 2020 Toyota Camry vs. 2019 Toyota Camry will show potential buyers exactly why the midsize sedan continues to be such a dominating force. The last several years of Camry development have included vast upgrades to connectivity technology, improvements to both performance output and fuel efficiency without losing what made the Camry popular in the first place. That continues to be the case for the 2020 Toyota Camry, however, the automaker stepped into previously uncharted territory by making a huge improvement to the sedan’s overall handling profile. Customers can start the pre-ordering process for the 2020 Toyota Camry today when they schedule an appointment with a Colonial Toyota product expert by calling 203-403-6890.
One of the biggest differences between the 2020 Toyota Camry and the 2019 Toyota Camry is that the new model will finally be available with the automaker’s all-wheel-drive system. Colonial Toyota customers who choose to LX, XLE, SE and XSE models of the 2020 Camry can add the Dynamic Torque Control AWD system as a standalone option. Only North American customers will be able to purchase the 2020 Camry with all-wheel-drive. The other major improvement Toyota has made to the Camry for the 2020 model year is the addition of the Android Auto™ suite of applications to the sedan’s suite of connectivity technology. Buyers will still have universal access to a high-speed Wi-Fi hotspot, Apple CarPlay® and compatibility with Amazon Alexa. However, at the end of the day, the 2020 Camry continues to offer plenty of interior space as well as excellent outward visibility – just like previous models.
It would seem that Toyota engineers spent all of their time updating the drivetrain options of the 2020 Camry. The 2020 version will use the same engine options as previous versions. Buyers will be able to choose between a naturally aspirated 2.5-liter, four-cylinder or a naturally aspirated 3.5-liter, V-6 engine. Both will be paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Owners with the four-cylinder engine can expect to use 203 or 206 horsepower (XSE only), with the V-6 engine continuing to produce 301 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque.