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The 2020 Toyota Tundra has upped its game, offering more value right out of the gate. Buyers will enjoy shopping with the well-defined and well-equipped 2020 Toyota Tundra trim levels. Conveniently located near Hubbard Mercer Pittsburgh New Castle, Taylor Toyota of Hermitage is your destination for the best Tundras and latest specials. Each trim level offers a compelling case to choose it over the others. Cab sizes include the double and Crewmax. Bed sizes come in long 8.1-foot, medium 6.5-foot and small 5.5-foot sizes. Let’s look at the 2020 Toyota Tundra trim levels and see what’s new.
Exciting news for this edition this year: the 381-horsepower engine is standard. Talk about a workhorse! This engine spits out 401 pound-feet of torque. With that much power on every truck, the 2020 Toyota Tundra is extremely competitive. A two-year no-cost maintenance plan offers peace of mind. Rear-wheel drive offers a fun driving experience. An automatic limited-slip differential helps ensure that the Tundra can handle road challenges. If you prefer, the 4WDemand system adds part-time four-wheel drive. It keeps the limited-slip differential and adds Active Traction Control.
The SR Edition is limited to the double cab, but the buyer can choose from the two larger bed sizes. The double cab’s front seats and large backseat allow it to seat six. Adding value, a large 7-inch dash screen provides your infotainment. Or rather, the many apps will. In fact, you can greatly expand the system’s capability just by engaging your iPhone with Apple CarPlay or your Google Android phone with Android Auto. Exterior features are top notch, even at this level. Heated side mirrors, automatic headlights and solar absorbing glass start you off nicely. Loading is simpler with the easy lower and lift tailgate. Piling value on value, Toyota includes the whole suite of safety and driver assistance. On long hauls, it’s nice to have backup from automatic forward braking, automatic high beams, and lane departure warnings. Even better, dynamic radar cruise control takes some of the stress off during highway drives.
At this level, SR5 buyers get lots of options. They can get either cab. They can switch out the bench for bucket seats. Plus, you can get a rear storage compartment and the rear window slides open. Homelink connects with your garage remote. More speakers are added for improved sound. You can pick from the small or medium bed. More safety systems are available for peace of mind. Off-road packages are offered for fun. TRD Off-road packages add Bilstein shocks, a fuel tank skid plate, and more. For a sportier driving experience, the TRD Sport package has anti-sway bars, special shock absorbers, and other swag.
Still versatile, the Limited comes in all combinations except the long 8.1-foot bed. This is the level where the cab starts taking on a higher quality feel. Heated, leather-trimmed seats and dual-zone climate controls are sure to keep you comfortable. The Smart Key system and push-button start are a great way to get in and go. Navigation takes the dash infotainment system to a higher level. A larger touchscreen provides an even better way to find the entertainment you want. Like all Tundras, the Limited has eight airbags, two more than all rivals. Toyota dresses up the exterior with a fancy silver-toned grille, a chrome rear bumper, and fog lights. The deck rail system is standard, adding more utility. Plus, for fun, you can add a TRD Off-road package.
While Toyota offers only the crew cab with the shortest bed, buyers still trend toward this edition. It dresses the part with a black honey-combed grille. Inside the cabin gets 12-way power seats for the driver and a six-way power chair for the front passenger. The audio system grows to include 12 premium speakers. Safety is emphasized by addition of a rear cross traffic alert to watch for moving vehicles while the Tundra is in reverse. For multi-lane travel, a blind zone monitor helps you change lanes safely. A stylish take on the Platinum, the 1794 edition has wood-grain accents and saddle brown leather. This high quality cabin has a decidedly Western flair. That’s appropriate since the Tundra is made in Texas. Tundra specials at Taylor Toyota of Hermitage help sweeten the deal for these luxurious trim levels.
These off-roaders are a must-have for drivers who love adventure near Hubbard Mercer Pittsburgh New Castle. Once again, the truck is offered with either cab combined with one of the smaller beds. This edition is all about taking the trail less traveled. To protect the exterior, it wears front skid plates. Aluminum wheels help lighten the load while all-terrain tires add toughness. Higher clearance helps it roll over debris. The package is quite unique with its red stitching on special black leather seats.
Now it’s time choose from the many 2020 Toyota Tundra trim levels. The whole lineup is available now at Taylor Toyota of Hermitage. With class-leading power at the base level, your only trouble will be deciding which truck you like best.