The 2020 Toyota Avalon is Worth Your Time and Money

As we enter the final month of 2020, many of us are letting out a big sigh. The year has been hard on families, small businesses, and even the auto industry, and we see it in the sales figures and pricing. In fact, this year has been so harsh that some 2021 models are being delayed, but that won’t stop the price of 2020 models from dropping. For the 2020 Toyota Avalon, that means this practically new car is about the be old news, lowering prices to an even lower bargain rate.

Toyota reliability

Buying a new or slightly used car can be a big financial commitment, and you want to know that you are getting something that isn’t going to be racking up huge mechanic bills a year after you buy it. Luckily for the Avalon, it carries the same reputation for reliability that many other Toyota vehicles do. Combined with a dash of luxury and some aggressive styling choices and it’s easy to see why the Toyota Avalon is worth a test drive.

A red 2020 Toyota Avalon on a speed track
2020 Toyota Avalon TRD | Toyota

Time-consuming test drives

You’ve heard the old adage “time is money,” and that couldn’t be more true in the car industry. Sure, you could spend hours, days, maybe even weeks at dealership lots test driving every car and filling out your complex checklist to see what you can get within your budget. Or, you could narrow it down to what you’re looking for, and with the Toyota Avalon, that means only having to make a few compromises.

2020 Toyota Avalon TRD seats
2020 Toyota Avalon TRD seats | Toyota

The Sporty Toyota Avalon

After a quick test drive, it is easy to see why owners have so many positive things to say about their 2020 Toyota Avalon. The interior is surprisingly luxurious, with comfortable seats and plenty of space for the driver and passengers. Add on the TRD package, and you might even be shocked by the car’s handling and performance capabilities. If you thought you would need to compromise on an enjoyable driving experience to get a responsible daily driver, you can think again.

Avalon Limited interior shown in Cognac leather trim.
Avalon Limited Interior | Toyota

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Sure, you can read all of the stats about different cars and check out pictures online, but the only way to know what you’re buying is to take it for a test drive. If you’re narrowing down your list of cars to check out this holiday season, you should make sure that the 2020 Toyota Avalon makes the cut.