2020 Toyota Tundra – Indiana, PA

  • Overview

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    For a lot of people, a full-size truck is a vital piece of equipment, as essential and integral to getting their job done as any other tool they own, perhaps even more so. That is why it is crucial to choose the right pickup, so you know you have a truck that you will be able to rely on for years to come to keep working as hard as you do. The 2020 Toyota Tundra is a fantastic option for anyone looking for a hard-working, long-lasting full-size truck. With a powerful engine, terrific towing and payload potential, and incredible technology inside, the Tundra has everything you need.

    Some other manufacturers out there like to offer a lot of different choices for the engine in their trucks. This can seem like a good thing, but it usually means you have various weak engines to choose from and one really good one that you will ultimately want. With the 2020 Toyota Tundra, you do not have to worry about this – no matter which trim you choose or other features you are looking for in your truck, the engine is taken care of. That is because there is a single engine offered on the Tundra: a powerful 5.7L V8 beast that works hard and will keep you going all week long.

    A host of great features is available inside and out with the 2020 Toyota Tundra, along with different configurations and trims. So no matter what you are looking for, whether that is 18-inch forged aluminum wheels, a FOX suspension, or a customizable driver display, the Tundra has you covered. And with fantastic standard safety features that include a pre-collision system, lane departure alert, automatic high beams, and more, the Tundra will help make sure you get home safely every single day. Visit us at Colonial Toyota today to see the 2020 Toyota Tundra for yourself.


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  • Performance

    A black 2020 Toyota Tundra is towing an enclosed trailer on a dirt road.


    Often, when you are trying to see if a truck is right for you, you have to spend a lot of time looking at different engine options to see what is available. With the 2020 Toyota Tundra, however, things are much simpler since there is one powerful engine offered on every model.

    Tundra Power

    The 5.7L Aluminum i-Force V8 engine in the Tundra delivers up to 381 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque. You get a 6-speed electronically-controlled automatic transmission with this engine, and it comes with rear-wheel drive standard on most models, with part-time four-wheel drive available.

    Thanks to this engine, you can get awe-inspiring towing performance and payload capacity on the 2020 Toyota Tundra. While exact numbers depend on which configuration you choose among the options available, every model delivers at least 9,200 lbs of towing capacity. If you select a configuration built to make towing a priority, you can get up to 10,200 pounds of maximum trailering potential with the Tundra.

    In terms of payload, you will also have to choose which configuration of cab and bed size is right for you. If you prioritize payload, you can choose a setup with up to 1,730 lbs of maximum payload. In fact, you can choose a model that offers both 1,730 lbs of maximum payload and 10,200 lbs of maximum towing for fantastic overall performance.

  • Configurations

    A white 2020 Toyota Tundra TRD is off-roading in the woods near Indiana, PA.

    While you might not have to pick from among different available engines with the 2020 Toyota Tundra, you do still have plenty of options available to you to get just the right truck for what you need. There are two different cab sizes and three different bed lengths available for the Tundra, though you do not have absolute freedom in configuring them however you choose.

    Configurations of the Tundra

    The first configuration of the Tundra offered is the double cab. This is the standard cab size of the 2020 Toyota Tundra features front and rear seating. It offers up to about 42 inches of front legroom and about 34 inches of back legroom. This cab is available with either a standard bed, which has an inside length of just over 78 inches or a long bed, which gives you more than 97 inches of inside bed length.

    The other configuration offered for the Tundra is the crewmax. This cab size for the 2020 Toyota Tundra gives you more interior space for your passengers, offering the same 42 inches of front legroom, but up to 42 inches of rear-seat legroom. That is a good 8 inches of additional legroom for rear passengers. The Crewmax cab is only available with a short bed, but it offers just over 66 inches of inside bed length for your cargo.

    Keep in mind that the bed length you choose has an impact on the overall length of the 2020 Toyota Tundra. If you pick the Crewmax cab with the short bed, then the Tundra measures just under 229 inches in length. The Double Cab with a standard bed also measures almost 229 inches in length, but with a long bed, it grows to nearly 248 inches in total length.

  • Technology

    The wood grain dashboard is shown on a 2020 Toyota Tundra.

    Technology plays a massive role in vehicles these days. Whether it be for comfort, convenience, or entertainment, technology features are important. Luckily, there are some fantastic technology features and options available inside the 2020 Toyota Tundra, with different ones offered at various trim levels.

    Tech in the Tundra

    Standard features on the Tundra's baseline trim include air conditioning, a 7-inch infotainment touchscreen, a 6-speaker sound system, and fabric seating that consists of the 4-way adjustable front passenger and driver seats. The 2020 Toyota Tundra also comes with a 4-inch driver information display, power windows and door locks, and numerous power outlets in the front and rear.

    Available features on the 2020 Toyota Tundra, including some that become standard at higher trims, include automatic dual-zone climate control, an 8-inch infotainment display, and a 12-speaker JBL premium audio system. You can also get leather-trimmed seating with a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat and 6-way power front passenger seat, with heated and ventilated front seating offered on the highest trim of the Crewmax cab. A Smart Key system with remote keyless entry, push-button start, and remote illuminated entry is also available and standard on higher trims.

  • Safety

    A boy is sitting on the tailgate of a blue 2020 Toyota Tundra while talking to his father in the grass.

    Safety is crucial, and there is no doubt about it. The 2020 Toyota Tundra has some of the most impressive standard and available safety features we have seen on a full-size pickup. While you certainly want to choose a powerful truck, it is even more critical that your vehicle can help you safely.

    Toyota Tundra Safety

    Standard safety features on every model of the Tundra start with the Toyota Safety Sense package. This includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, a lane departure alert with a sway warning system, automatic high beams, and dynamic radar cruise control. The Star Safety System is also standard on every model, featuring vehicle stability and traction control, anti-lock brakes, electronic brake-force distribution, brake assist, and smart stop technology. Every model of the Toyota Tundra also includes eight airbags, a tire pressure monitor system, and an integrated trailer brake controller.

    Available safety features, which may be standard on higher trims, include front and rear park assist that use sonar to detect nearby objects you might not be able to see, a blind spot monitor, and a rear cross-traffic alert. A trailer-sway control system is standard on every 2020 Toyota Tundra, further reinforcing its dominance as a pickup designed with towing in mind. Overall, the safety features on the Tundra are fantastic, and we love to see so many of them are standard, rather than restricted by trim level. Too many manufacturers keep a lot of their great active safety features locked behind higher trims, while Toyota makes it clear that feeling safe in your vehicle should not depend on how much you spent on it.

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