For years, mechanics have raved about the reliability of Toyota vehicles. When serviced at the recommended intervals, it’s not uncommon for a Toyota-built automobile to last for more than 300,000 miles. If you’re looking for a vehicle that’s fun and inexpensive to maintain, check out these five new 2020 Toyota models.
For 2020, Toyota has introduced an all-new Camry TRD. Unlike previous versions of the Camry, it puts a big emphasis on performance. Under the hood sits the automaker’s bulletproof V6 engine, which develops an enjoyable 301 horsepower.
While the Camry TRD’s engine doesn’t receive any special tweaks, Toyota does add some exciting performance parts. While a specially tuned suspension enables the Camry TRD to handle like a true sports sedan, a free-flowing exhaust system gives the car an especially powerful sound. Don’t forget about this model’s more aggressive styling. A sleek body kit and upgraded 19-inch wheels make the Camry TRD look ready for the track.
With a starting price under $28,000, the 2020 Toyota 86 is one of the cheapest pure sports cars in America. Not only does the Toyota 86 have a low cost of maintenance, but it also delivers admirable fuel economy. Despite this coupe’s affordability, it still makes driving excitement a top priority.
Before you decide to buy a new Toyota 86, keep in mind that its engine is built by Subaru. This four-cylinder engine’s unique “boxer” design allows it to sit lower to the ground, thus taking the car’s handling to the next level. While the 86’s available automatic transmission is ideal for city traffic, you’ll have far more fun with the manual gearbox.
In the past, minivans were considered to be some of the most boring vehicles on the market. However, the 2020 Toyota Sienna SE puts that notion to rest. It’s specially designed to offer a sportier driving experience.
Motivating the Sienna SE is an extremely potent V6 engine. Output stands at a formidable 296 horsepower. When test driving the Sienna SE, many people are immediately blown away by its quick acceleration. Meanwhile, sports-tuned shocks enable this minivan to handle like a far smaller vehicle. If wintry weather happens to hit the Piedmont Triad, you’ll greatly appreciate the optional AWD system. For good reason, the Sienna SE was nicknamed the “Swagger Wagon” by Toyota. It has a number of cool styling cues, including a sport grille and a body kit.
If you desire a fun pickup truck, take a look at the 2020 Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport. It’s perfect for drivers who spend most of their time on the street as opposed to traveling off-road. Toyota equips it with a sports-tuned suspension and limited-slip differential for enhanced control around curves. Rated to develop 278 horsepower, the truck’s muscular V6 engine also has no trouble towing up to 6,800 pounds.
For the first time, you can now get the Tacoma TRD Sport with a power-adjustable driver’s seat. This feature drastically enhances this pickup’s everyday comfort. Many people are also drawn to the Tacoma TRD Sport’s race-inspired exterior, which features an eye-catching hood scoop. Because the Tacoma is the most dependable truck in its class, you’ll never have to worry about experiencing any major mechanical problems.
The Corolla is one of the best-selling cars in history. While the Corolla has always offered a great deal of practicality, it wasn’t always the most entertaining car to drive. Fortunately, Toyota has significantly improved the new model’s performance. This vehicle features a stronger four-cylinder engine with the XSE trim, which develops a whopping 37 horsepower more than before.
Road handling has improved as well. When comparing last year’s model to the new Corolla, drivers will immediately notice the car’s tighter feel. You’ll also receive cool entertainment features like a powerful JBL sound system and an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay.