Which Toyota Vehicles Have AWD?
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Given the variety of weather conditions we experience throughout the year in Kansas City, it’s crucial to be at the helm of a vehicle that’s ready for anything. This is why so many drivers choose to own a model equipped with all-wheel drive! Toyota certainly has an abundance of options with this type of drivetrain, so keep reading to learn more. If you end up coming across a set of wheels that sounds like a match, schedule it for a !
The Sienna Minivan
There’s a good reason why Toyota’s flagship minivan has remained a popular vehicle for families over the past twenty years. In addition to its accommodating interior and advanced features, this ride is available with either FWD or AWD, depending on your needs. For the 2020 model year, most Sienna trims are available with AWD with active torque control, so you can confidently traverse just about any type of terrain or road conditions with peace of mind. The best part is that even with this upgrade, you’ll still maintain a reliable 18/24 MPG city/hwy1.
Naturally, it only makes sense that both the and Tundra pickup trucks come with AWD systems. Both models start with standard RWD, but if you’re to take advantage of their respective powertrains’ full capabilities, then you’ll want to upgrade your drivetrain. In the Tacoma, this comes in the form of the optional 4WDemand part-time 4WD system with an electronically-controlled transfer case and Automatic Limited-Slip Differential2. The larger Tundra goes a step further by enhancing this configuration with Active Traction Control. As a result of this upgrade, the Tacoma increases to a 6,800-lb. towing capacity3, whereas the Tundra boasts up to a 10,100-lb. towing capacity3. Plus, you’ll get to tackle trails and much more with greater ease!
The Toyota SUV Family
Whether you’re seeking an authoritative set of wheels or a smaller crossover, you’ll have plenty of Toyota SUVs at your disposal that all offer AWD. The smallest of these is the , which allows you to add either regular AWD or Dynamic Torque Vectoring AWD with Rear Driveline Disconnect in select trims. With the latter, you could access up to a 3,500-lb. towing capacity3! Moving up, the Toyota Highlander offers a slightly different drivetrain upgrade—the Dynamic Torque-Control AWD system. Like the RAV4, the 2019 4Runner has two possible configurations in the part-time 4WD and full-time 4WD systems, the latter of which also includes Active Traction Control and Torsen®4 limited-slip center differential. Finally, Toyota’s two largest SUVs—the Sequoia and Land Cruiser—also come with AWD. In fact, this drivetrain is standard on the Land Cruiser.
Now that you know which Toyota vehicles have AWD, stop into to test out your top contenders. Given the variety of body styles and systems, you shouldn’t struggle to find one that’s just right for your needs. We can’t wait to meet with you soon!
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1. 2020 EPA-estimated mileage. Actual mileage will vary.
2. Auto LSD is an electronic, brake-actuated limited-slip differential that automatically activates when VSC is disengaged at low speeds.
3. Before towing, confirm your vehicle and trailer are compatible, hooked up and loaded properly and that you have any necessary additional equipment. Do not exceed any Weight Ratings and follow all instructions in your Owner's Manual. The maximum you can tow depends on base curb weight plus the total weight of any cargo, occupants, and added vehicle equipment. “Added vehicle equipment” includes additional standard/optional equipment and accessories added by the manufacturer, dealers, and/or vehicle owners. The only way to be certain of your vehicle's exact curb weight is to weigh your vehicle without passengers or cargo.
4. Torsen® is a registered trademark of Zexel Torsen, Inc.