American Standard Champion 4 Max Toilet

White toilet in bathroom with blue walls and stained wood furniture style vanity.
American Standard Champion 4 Max Toilet.

The American Standard Champion 4 Max Toilet has the largest trap available (2⅜” diameter) and a 4” flush valve to make clogged toilets a thing of the past.

Other Toilet Features Include:

  • Elongated bowl for greater comfort.
  • Telescoping, slow-close toilet lid.
  • Elongated siphon action jetted bowl.
  • ADA approved comfort height.
  • WaterSense certified 1.28 GPF (gallons per flush) water usage.
  • EverClean surface to inhibit the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria, mold, and mildew.

The American Standard Champion 4 Max Toilet is available at The Home Depot.

Watch this video to find out more.

Jodi Marks: Toilets today have a lot new innovative features, that make it easier for the homeowner. Easier to clean, and also easier to maintain. Well, American Standard has incorporated a lot of those new features with this toilet right here. This is the Champion 4 Max.

Now, first of all, it’s got a two-and-three-eighth-inch trap way, and a four-inch flush valve. What does that mean to you? It just means that it virtually eliminates the ability to get clogged.

But it also only uses 1.28 gallons to flush the toilet, so it’s very efficient. Another thing that it has, it has the EverClean surface inside the toilet bowl. So it’s easier to clean because mold, mildew, and odor causing bacteria cannot grow on the sides.

It also has the ADA approved tall height. And it has a slow-close lid. So these are just nice features that come already compact in this one toilet to give you everything that you would ever need.


  1. Good Day am Jeff Washington
    I would like to know if you have 1.28 gallons (4.8 liters) per flush Toilet. If you don’t have it, please reply me with your website page of your toilets, you have available there. I will like to know the price too, I hope to hear from you soon

    Best Regards
    Jeff Washington

  2. The champion is difficult to keep clean, The flush is so violent it blows “stuff” up under the rim Instructions say to use dish soap to clean, which I have done. Claims toilet cleaners will harm bowl. I use a soft sponge bottle brush so not to scratch bowl. Is there anything other than dish soap safe to use in this commode?

  3. We have suddenly started to have trouble flushing our “American Standard” toilets. We have had 2 toilets for at least 4 years and I do not know if it is the toilets or the “water company” causing my problem. We have serviced our toilets as needed but I am wondering if we have a “lemon”. I like the toilets and until recently (the last 6-8mos) they have both been sluggish. Please advise me. Jarrell


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