The 2020 Toyota Tundra
The 2020 Toyota Tundra is a mix of beauty and strength, and it provides a lot of options for Tundra fans.
The lineup for 2020 includes the following models: the SR, the SR5, the Limited, the Platinum, the 1794 Edition, and the TRD Pro. All of these models provide 13 MPG city and 18 MPG HWY- 15 MPG combined. All models come with standard V8 power- a 5.7L eight-cylinder engine which provides 381 HP at 5600 RPM and 401 lb-ft of torque at 3600 RPM, and a rear slip differential. The basic fuel tank holds approximately 26.4 gallons of gas, letting you drive about 343 city miles or 475 miles on a full tank.
The vehicle features a six-speed shift automatic transmission, a rear slip differential and rear-wheel drive that all lend to the trucks top-notch performance.
The 2020 Tundra can tow 8,800 lbs to 10,200 lbs, and haul a payload of 1,520 lbs to 1,730. This will depend on the model and the truck bed size you prefer. The abilities vary according to the model and packages you choose. You can also choose between a Double Cab that seats six or a Crew Max which seats five, both of which offer different size truck beds. There are rear headrests that come standard in each model according to the max seating.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration rated the 2020 Toyota Tundra a four-star safety rating.
This rating comes from front and side crash results, risk of rollover, and more. All models come with a lane departure warning system and a driver safety sense and assist system. You will also find traction control, four-wheel ABS, pre-collision safety system, and tire pressure monitoring. Airbags are included. All models come with dual front side-mounted airbags and passenger airbag occupant sensing deactivation.
There are other safety features that are available, including a blind spot warning system, and front and rear parking sensors.
You get a remote anti-theft alarm system, stability control, engine immobilizer, rear door child safety locks, daytime running lights, and the convenience of four doors. The auto delay off headlamps gives you a little extra time to get to your front door after getting out of your truck. That is very helpful, especially when your hands are full. The emergency braking assist helps keep you a little safer, the child seat anchors help keep your children in the correct position, and the dusk sensing headlamps improve visibility. Some options come with LED headlamps, which gives an even brighter view to the driver.
Additional available features include turn signal mirrors, all-weather floor mats, climate control, keyless power locks and keyless entry, a compass, alloy wheels, and an improved audio system that includes Apple Car Play and Android Auto.
The 2020 Tundra offers front seat back storage, and a roomy back seat. There are also front and rear cupholders as well as front and rear door pockets. You can also obtain a thigh extension and an additional lumbar support. You and your passengers will have a spacious and comfortable ride. The SR is priced starting at $33,425. The SR5 starts at $35,095, the Limited Tundra starts at $42,120, and the Platinum Tundra starts at $48,625. The 1794 Edition can also be found with starting prices of $48,625, and the TRD Pro starts at $48,505.