Internet #206981671

Model #2004314.020

Store SO SKU #1001768496

Champion Four 1-Piece 1.6 GPF Single Flush Elongated Toilet in White, Seat Included

  • Slow close toilet seat included
  • Siphon action jetted bowl with elongated shape for more comfort
  • Elongated toilet bowl shape for maximum comfort
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Product Overview

The Champion 4 is the very best in clog-free performance, producing a faster, more powerful, yet quieter flush that can move a 70% larger mass than a standard toilet. Our Right Height toilets feature a 16-1/2 in. rim height to enhance your ease of use and comfort. This contemporary 1-piece design includes our revolutionary EverClean surface that's easier to clean and stays cleaner, longer. Also included is our innovative slow close toilet seat that will put a stop to seat slamming for a quieter, more peaceful household.

Info & Guides

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Bowl Height without Seat (in.)
Flush Valve Size (in.)
Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)


Bowl Height
Bowl/Seat Shape
Color Family
No Additional Features
Flushing Technology
Siphonic Jet
Flushing Type
Single Flush
Gallons Per Flush
Handle Location
MaP Performance Rating
Not Rated
Vitreous China
Mount Location
Floor Mount
Product Weight (lb.)
Rough In Size
12 inch Rough In
Seat Front Type
Toilet Type
Trapway Diameter (in.)
Trip Lever Location
Left Front

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
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Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 10 Year Warranty

Questions & Answers


What is the height of the toilet from floor to top of rim, without the seat? Is this "normal" he...

Asked by Carolyn March 9, 2017

This one is standard height. You can get a elevated one. See your retailer at Home Depot.

is this a floor or rear exit toilet

Asked by RAD April 19, 2017

This is a floor exit toilet sits directly down on the sewer pipe in floor.

I've just ordered this toilet (gulp). What else do I need to buy to present to the person who's g...

Asked by DrMelanogaster September 1, 2019

You need a wax ring or one of the new seals to mount the toilet to the sewer pipe. You may also want a new hose to connect the water but make sure it is not to long. I had to take back the 12" hose and get a 8" hose. The toilet comes with a seat and mounting bolts. I used two sets 3/4" blocks (3 per set) to get the toilet lined up with the mounting bolts and then slowly remove one block from the front and then one from the rear to get the toilet on to the bolts. The toilet weight 100 pounds and in the tight quarters of the bathroom it required two of us to install it.

I just purchased a replacement toilet seat for this. The seat is different than the original. H...

Asked by Keith December 13, 2019

I have support bars on my old toilet which helps old people get up from a seated position and the original seat would not allow the attachment of these bars because of the way the seat attached to the toilet. I went too Home Depot and found a seat for an elongated toilet which worked and also had the slow closure that the original seat had but a different mounting method. I don't know if this answers your question.

What is the difference between model 2004314.020 and 2004.014.020? Mainly looking if there is any...

Asked by uhhuh June 22, 2018

There is a difference in the height of the seat, not the toilet itself. If you click the link above on this home depot page for this toilet, for the installation pdf, you will see the 2004 is listed as "Normal height" and 2034 is called the "Right height" so I think (you will need to look and double-check me on this) but I think 'normal height' is a toilet seat 16.5 inches off the ground and the 'right height' is 15" off the ground. I bought a toilet back in Feb for my mom that was 15" but I was afraid that the rest of us 'tall people' would find it hard to use, but not so. So it's just a personal preference I guess. I don't know about the seat being included, but as I said, the installation guide definitely says they are different seat heights. Hope that helps.

Is it accurate that the MaP Performance Rating is 800 ? This seems low.

Asked by David July 11, 2017

800 seems right because it is slightly less powerful than a standard champion which is rated at >=1000. However 800 is still great compared to older toilets (10+ years old) which are rated at ~300. My Champion one piece has not had any backups compared to the frequent backups of old toilet.

Does American Standard make a one piece comfort height elongated toilet for a 10 in rough in?

Asked by Bob November 19, 2017

I'm not exactly sure what you mean by a 10" rough in I am a homeowner DIY person I have installed 6 of these toilets in different homes and all fit with no problem . If 10" rough in is standard ( I am assuming the distance from the wall to the sewer pipe in floor ) then it should fit. I have installed 6 of these champion one piece toilets in 3 different homes and all fit just fine. the only difference is some water supply come up from floor and some come through the wall , I have had no issues with them either.. Hope this info is helpful. Also use the heavier wax ring without flange, I like the wax ring with flange but I once found the stack in floor was a slightly smaller and wouldn't allow the toilet to sit all the way down. If you use the wax ring with no flange it should sit right down seal tight and no wobble at floor. One last thing these toilets are a little pricey but in my opinion well worth it AND quite heavy I think they weigh right at 100 lbs.

how many grams per flush? Please let me know between AS and TOTO, which flushes the most grams

Asked by JoAnn February 6, 2019

About 5,700 grams per flush (5.7 kilograms)

Somebody told me that this toilet has a trapway size that is not allowed in NYS, is that correct?

Asked by Flieder September 6, 2018

I live in Minnesota so do not know the regulations in NY but the size of the trap is what I like about this toilet...bigger than most and does not get clogged up.

Is this product fit 11” rough in size?

Asked by C4 June 23, 2020

C4, Generally, we would recommend using a 10" rough in model. There is some leeway when installing but an inch would be pushing it. To be sure you could dry rough it in to see if it would fit. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team

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Customer Reviews

  • 123 Customer Reviews
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars overall
72% of customers recommended.
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Fantastic Quality!
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We are a busy family of five, with one bathroom. We have gone through 2 flushes in 5 years, but they were not American Standard. From the minute we took this unit from the box, the quality was evident. It flushes very well, and stays clean! The simple resign looks great, and it is easy to clean.
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Beautiful and comfortable...
Beautiful and comfortable
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Great toilet for a one piece
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I purchased this a few weeks ago love it. Considering to get a few more for my house.
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I have become quite the fan of American Standard products during our bathroom remodels. The one p...
I have become quite the fan of American Standard products during our bathroom remodels. The one piece design is stylish and looks great and the performance of this toilet is amazing. With the 4 inch flush valve this thing takes care of business. The only con, and it is a minor one, is that it is noisy. It has been used by out family of six for the last month with zero issues. We like it so much we bought one for our master bathroom. Just a note, I did change out the handle to match our other fixtures.
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Great height for kids. One piece design is very heavy to install but one less source of leaks. ...
Great height for kids. One piece design is very heavy to install but one less source of leaks. Replaced regular 1.6 gallon flapper style toilet with this because of constant backups. This toilet doesn't clog. Previous champion in other bathroom has been working for 8 years so I trust this one will hold up too despite the unconventional flushing design.
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Sleek style, awesome flushing power
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I'm incredibly impressed with this toilet, much more so than I thought I would be. Here's a bit of background: about two years ago, I replaced an old toilet with the American Standard Optum Vormax, which had a fancy name, a "new" design, and a big marketing push. Being the newest toilet under $300, I jumped at it. Unfortunately, it just wasn't very good. It featured a flush system that washed the sides of the bowl to keep them cleaner, but failed to actually clear solids down the drain. I also didn't think the styling was all that great, but went with it due to the new-fangled system. I was disappointed. So what did American Standard do right with the Champion that it didn't do right with the Vormax? Here's how I see it: (1) Massive water flow. The lever is just a bit hard to pull, but I'm guessing that's because of the huge 4" flush valve, and nearly all of it seems to be directed right down the trap. Most competing models make due with a 3" valve. (2) Subdued but sleek styling. This is where I was most surprised, because American Standard toilets have never struck me as attractive (especially the Vormax I purchased in 2015). The Champion is very sleek, and while not fancy-looking, the one-piece design really sets it apart from cheaper models, and also makes it easier to clean. Furthermore, it tapers towards the top, which my wife thought was a really nice design element. Most models flare towards the top and have big, bulbous tank lids. This one is "form fitting." A few important things to note: (1) This is not a "right height" model, meaning it's not 16.5" high at the rim, but it's also not as low as older models (mine was 14.25" tall). It measures 15" tall, which I find to be about perfect. The 16.5" models that are now the standard just feel a little awkward. (2) This is not a truly low-flow model. At 1.6gal/flush, it uses as much water as toilets from 20 years ago. The low-flow standard today is 1.28gal, but many of these models, particularly the less expensive ones, just don't flush that well. Whether it's the greater water volume or better design, the Champion flushes really, really well. (3) Being a big, one-piece toilet, this model is really heavy. Moving it into place is probably a two-person job. American Standard appears to have a few models of the Champion, one without a seat for a few dollars less, and one with the "right height" feature, which I frankly don't think is better than this model's 15" height.
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Hate it
The waste circles around in the bowl before it sometimes goes down. It also comes with a plastic toilet seat. Very cheap for an expensive toilet IMO
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Response from AmericanStandardBrandsJanuary 6, 2021
2. As the manufacturer, we are very interested in supplying consumers with a quality product that delivers the expected performance. Anytime we hear problems encountered in the use of one of our products, we want to get involved and resolve the difficulties the best we can. We appreciate you taking the time to share this feedback with us. We would like to connect with you to learn more about your experience to find a way to help! Please visit the American Standard Website, and email us directly through the “Contact Us” section and reference your review. Sincerely Your American Standard Consumer Connections Team. AmericanStandard
This is a nice looking unit and has a strong flush. The flush doesn't clean the bowl as well as ...
This is a nice looking unit and has a strong flush. The flush doesn't clean the bowl as well as I'd like, but I'm not sure I have reasonable expectations. My only complaint is that the tank lever started making a loud squeak a week or two after I installed the unit. I squirted a bit of sewing machine oil into the lever and that seems to have mostly solved the issue, but I'm confident I'll need to find a better solution sometime soon.
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Bad design on flapper
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Flapper keeps coming in screwed now on third Warenty repair visit
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Response from Consumer ConnectionsNovember 6, 2020
Thank you for your review as it is very important to us. We are very sorry for the issue you are experiencing and the inconvenience this has caused you. Please contact us directly through the American Standard website “Contact Us” located at the bottom of our home page. Please reference the title of your review, so we can help get your issue resolved. Sincerely, American Standard Consumer Connection Team
Good comfortable level for sitting and sufficient flush power. Neat profile. Hopefully it will la...
Good comfortable level for sitting and sufficient flush power. Neat profile. Hopefully it will last as long as other American Standards toilet that we had.
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