Al Hendrickson Toyota would like to introduce Coconut Creek, Coral Springs, and Pompano Beach, Florida, drivers to the 2020 Toyota Tundra. Whether you’re looking for a pickup truck that’s well-suited to give you an upper hand out on the worksite or a little more oomph around the campsite, this one is worth checking out.
To give you a hand, we’ve compiled a few noteworthy highlights within the areas of safety, convenience, and performance. Dive in to get a good sense of what the 2020 Tundra is all about.
2020 Toyota Tundra: Performance & Towing Capabilities
Examining what it can do in terms of fuel economy makes this point quite clear. If you opt for the rear-wheel drive version of this pickup, you’ll have an EPA-estimated 13 city MPG and 18 highway MPG.* If you get the truck in four-wheel drive, you’ll have an EPA-estimated 13 city MPG and 17 highway MPG.*
If towing is a priority for you, you’ll be happy to know that the Toyota Tundra is able to pull with the best of them, thanks to a maximum towing capacity that ranges from 8,800 pounds to 10,200 pounds when properly equipped.
Toyota Tundra: Safety Features
A good place to start when talking about the kind of safety you can expect to get out of the Toyota Tundra is with Toyota Safety Sense™ P.
This suite of driver-assisting technologies comes standard and provides you with such standouts as:
- Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection: Acts as an extra set of eyes when it comes to avoiding a frontal collision.
- Lane Departure Alert: Lets you know whenever you happen to be drifting out of your lane.
- Automatic High Beams: Gives you maximum visibility.
The Tundra also comes standard with an integrated backup camera. With this feature at your disposal, you will have the ability to maneuver the truck in and out of parking spots and driveways more effectively.
Toyota Tundra: Interior Features
The 2020 Toyota Tundra puts its interior features to work to make sure its occupants get the kind of experience that they expect.
The available auto-dimming rearview mirror with compass and HomeLink® universal transceiver is a real ally in this department. That’s because it keeps you from being distracted whenever bright headlights appear from behind and allows you to keep track of aspects of your home’s security directly from the road.
There’s also the automatic dual-zone climate control system with dust and pollen filter that includes individual temperature settings for the driver and front passenger as a way to deliver maximum comfort.
Get a Closer Look at the 2020 Toyota Tundra
With features and capabilities like these, the Tundra is certainly poised to make some noticeable contributions to your daily commutes in and around Coral Springs, Pompano Beach, and Coconut Creek, FL.
If you would like to see more of what it can do, visit or contact Al Hendrickson Toyota. We’ll be able to get you set up for a test drive right away.
*2020 preliminary MPG estimates determined by Toyota. EPA estimates not available at time of posting. Actual mileage will vary.