2020 Toyota Tundra Review
If you’re reading this 2020 Toyota Tundra review, then you’re probably looking for a truck that’s not afraid of a hard day’s work. You’re definitely in a helpful place because that’s exactly what you get when you drive a Tundra in Danvers, and around Peabody and Salem.
Keep reading to learn more about this pickup, then contact the team at Ira Toyota of Danvers to take it out for a test drive.
2020 Toyota Tundra Capability
The 2020 Tundra is a powerful vehicle that runs on a 5.7L i-FORCE V8 engine. This engine generates an impressive 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque. It comes paired with a 6-speed Electronically Controlled automatic Transmission with intelligence (ECT-i).
The ECT-i also includes sequential shift mode and uphill/downhill shift logic. Uphill/downhill shift logic can help you improve efficiency while towing heavy loads by preventing your transmission from “hunting” for gears during steep inclines, or overusing your brakes on the declines.
Speaking of towing, the Tundra has a maximum towing capacity of 10,200 pounds when properly equipped. It does this with its standard rear-wheel drive (4×2) drivetrain.
The available 4-wheel drive (4×4) system can tow a maximum of 9,900 pounds. It’s a part-time 4×4 system with an electronically controlled transfer case and Active Traction Control (A-TRAC) to help you maximize off-road and inclement weather traction control.
If you need your truck to have a hefty payload, then you’ll be happy with the Toyota Tundra. It has a maximum payload capacity of 1,730 pounds when properly equipped with the Standard bed. In total, the Tundra has three different bed lengths:
- Standard bed length: 78.7 inches
- Long bed length: 97.6 inches
- Short bed length: 66.7 inches
It also gives you two different cabin options to accommodate cargo and passengers. The Double Cab and CrewMax cab both seat two rows of riders. The Double Cab gives rear-seat passengers 34.7 inches of legroom.
The CrewMax cab, on the other hand, extends the length of the cabin and gives rear-seat passengers 42.3 inches of legroom.
Both cab styles offer the driver 39.7 inches of headroom and 42.5 inches of legroom.
Toyota Tundra Technology
Not only is the 2020 Toyota Tundra strong, it’s also high-tech. It comes standard with the Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P) suite that can help you get from site-to-site with extra safety and confidence. This suite includes driver-assist features like:
- Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection
- Lane Departure Alert
- Automatic High Beams
- Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
The Lane Departure Alert system also includes the Sway Warning System, which is great for towing because it lets you know if you’re accidentally drifting from your intended lane of travel.
It has a standard 7-inch infotainment touchscreen display in the center stack with an 8-inch touchscreen available as an upgrade. Both screen sizes are compatible with Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® and come standard with Bluetooth® wireless smartphone connectivity.
Review the 2020 Toyota Tundra at Our Dealership
Are you excited to learn more about what the 2020 Toyota Tundra can bring to your drives in Danvers, and around Salem and Peabody? Then come to Ira Toyota of Danvers and we’ll tell you all about it and help you take the wheel.