2020 Toyota Tundra Towing Capacity and Payload
The 2020 Toyota Tundra combines the capability of a full-size pickup with signature Toyota quality and reliability. Anyone who has ever owned a truck knows that the true test of its worth is in how much it can carry and pull. So, today we’ll take a look at the 2020 Toyota Tundra and break down its maximum towing capacity in a few different configurations. Today, we’ll answer…
How much can the 2020 Toyota Tundra pull?
The overall maximum towing capacity is 10,200 lbs, which is available on the 2WD, 6.5-foot bed, double cab SR and SR5 trims. We suspect that many people will want to opt for the 4WD drivetrain, however. The maximum towing capacity for 4WD Tundra models is 9,900 lbs with the 6.5-foot bed, double cab SR, SR5, and TRD Pro models. Prospective buyers looking at CrewMax cabins can expect a max of 10,100 lbs from the 2WD, 5.5-foot bed SR5. For 4WD, the highest is 9,800 lbs on the 5.5-foot bed SR5.
Towing Made Easy
The 2020 Toyota Tundra has some great features to make towing as effortless as possible. For instance, there is the helpful TOW/HAUL mode that, when activated, automatically holds lower gears longer. This solves the issue of automatic transmissions hunting for the correct gear. It also increases throttle response, pulling power, and engine braking. Additionally, it has available Integrated Trailer Brake Controller and standard Trailer-Sway Control. These features let you adjust braking power on compatible trailers proportional to trailer weight, while also automatically applying brake pressure to individual wheels when trailer-sway is detected.