Three Reasons the 2020 Toyota Tundra Might Be Right for Your Hardworking Lifestyle

As you've shopped around the full-sized pickup truck segment you've probably discovered that there are more options than you might have expected. There's no need to stress. We've put together three big reasons drivers continue to choose the Tundra over its stablemates. If you're hunting for a truck that offers robust towing and hauling capabilities while further sporting a roomy and well-dressed interior; the new Toyota Tundra might be ideal for you!

Three Reasons the Tundra Might Be Perfect for You:

  1. Impressive Performance Specs: Under the hood of the Tundra sits a 5.7-liter V8 engine capable of producing 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque making this truck ideal for towers and haulers throughout the Chicago, IL area. Capable of transporting up to 10,000 pounds, this truck is great for families looking for a robust truck to help them transport their boat out to the lake for a day spent fishing!
  2. Off-Road Capabilities and the Style to Match: Sitting on a FOX Suspension with a heavy-duty aluminum skid plate protecting its innards, the Tundra TRD Pro exudes an adventuresome spirit through its robust BBS wheels and bold badging.
  3. State-of-the-Art Technology: High-tech gadgetry is aplenty in the new 2020 Tundra. The model features an 8-inch touchscreen display system as well as Apple CarPlay compatibility meaning you'll be able to tune into your favorite album or catch up on some long-overdue podcast time.

So, you're ready to move forward with a particular model but are unsure of what to do next? If we've sparked your interest, we urge you to consider dropping us a line to set up a time to get a full tour of the new 2020 Toyota Tundra. It's available to finance and lease here with us at Toyota at Western today! After figuring out if it’s the right fit, we'll sit you down with a member of our financing team to review all the possible auto lease and loan options available. We look forward to working with you!

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