The 2020 Toyota Tundra was built to go the distance. Standard to the 2020 Toyota Tundra is the i-Force 5.7L V8 engine. There is enough power built in to tow up to 10,000 pounds because of the heavy-duty TripleTech frame that utilizes 12 high-strength bolds and integrated tow hitch receiver. There is a 38-gallon fuel tank to ensure you can go the distance without having to stop to fuel up all the time. Space and versatility will never be an issue with the fold-up rear seats and large center console.
There are six trim levels to choose between for the 2020 Toyota Tundra. We wanted to give a comparison to each trim level that does not build off of each other. Keep reading to learn more about the SR, Limited, Platinum and TRD Pro trim levels and what they offer.
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SR – Starting at $33,425 MSRP, the SR trim level has the easy lower tailgate, Daytime Running Lights and power windows. This trim also offers seven-inch touch-screen multimedia system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
Limited – This trim level starts at $42,120 MSRP. Some features to this trim include dual-zone automatic climate control, Premium Audio with an eight-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Compatibility and LED headlights.
Platinum –The Platinum trim level starts at $48,625 MSRP. This trim is styled with brushed-metal-style trim and 20-inch split six-spoke alloy wheels. For more comfort, there is black premium perforated leather-trimmed seating that are heated and ventilated.
TRD Pro – Starting at $48,505 MSRP, the TRD Pro is the trim to take through the backroads. It has 18-inch 5-spoke BBS forged-aluminum TRD Pro wheels, Rigid Industries LED fog lights and Integrated Trailer Brake Controller. This trim also has TRD-tuned suspension that includes heavy-duty FOX shocks.