2020 Toyota Tundra Model Review

13/18  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
6.4  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
6
Seats
66.7, 78.7 or 97.6  in
Bed Length

What's New For The 2020 Toyota Tundra?

The 2020 Toyota Tundra is a full-size pickup truck with a more rustic, retro spin. It's not afraid to be what it is and to be an undeniably full-size pickup, even in the face of other full-size pickups going rogue and trying to spice things up on the interior. When you want a sedan, get a sedan.

If you want a workhorse king-size pickup truck that gets the job done, get a 2020 Tundra. In 2020, the Tundra is more modern than ever, but not at the expense of its towing and hauling features. You'll get some dual-zone climate control and other nifty interior upgrades, but you're not going to be driving a luxury interior, nor should a Tundra owner want to. Few people on earth buy a full-size pickup truck to experience grand touchscreen dashes or infotainment. You want a worker. Here's why the Tundra fits the bill.

2020 Toyota Tundra Interior

Which Features are Available for 2020?

Lustrous exterior colors await you on every single trim of the Tundra, from Calvary blue to Smoked Mesquite, Toyota chose colors that would emphasize the full-size pickup mystique. Trims include: SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum, 1794 Edition, and TRD Pro.

Your double cabs are available, with 4X4 options on every trim. Customize your Tundra with advanced features or take what's standard. Customers have a lot of control over the kind of Tundra they want to build, and you can spend hours configuring. In the end, you'll have a host of amazing features to choose from, including the Leather-trimmed tilt/telescopic 4-spoke steering wheel on the Limited or the 9-speaker Premium Audio with Dynamic Navigation on the TRD Pro.

The SR5 has beautiful 18-in. styled steel wheels standard, but there are tons of other options to choose from. And the new 18-in. BBS®55 forged-aluminum 5-spoke black alloy wheels on the TRD Pro have been the focus of many a reviewer. It's a brand new standard wheel feature on the TRD Pro and one that you won't want to stop gushing over.

How does the Toyota Tundra Engine Balance Power Needs and Fuel Economy?

2020 Toyota TundraTwo engine choices await you on the 2020 Tundra. There's the 4.6-liter engine that belts out 310 horsepower and 327 lb-ft of torque, and the much more rugged 5.7-liter engine option that's rated at 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque. If you need to do some heavy pulling with your Tundra, make sure that you get a trim that features the second engine option! With these options available, it is clear that there is a truck for every situation. If you would like to take a test drive of the 2020 tundra, give us a call today!

Packed with Safety Features Galore

2020 Toyota TundraMeet the Toyota Safety Sense system. Here you'll get amazing features like Dynamic Radar Cruise Control and Lane Departure Alert, among many others, that help you haul and tow with complete confidence. Then there's the Star Safety System that throws in still more advanced features like Vehicle Stability Control and Traction Control for optimal driving conditions no matter how rugged the road ahead of you may be. It's a complete suite of safety features that far outworks the competition.

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