New 2020 ToyotaTacoma SR5 V6 Truck Access Cab

  • VIN: 5TFSZ5AN4LX213311
  • Stock: C20180T


Fuel Economy
18.0/22.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Super White
Interior Color
Cement
Body
Truck Access Cab
Transmission
Automatic
Drivetrain
4x4
Engine
3.5L V-6 cyl
Toyota Tacoma

Included Packages & Options

Included Options
  • MECHANICAL & PERFORMANCE
  • 3.5L V6 Atkinson Cycle with Dual VVT-i
  • 278hp @ 6000rpm/265 lb-ft @ 4600rpm
  • 6-Spd Automatic Transmission
  • 4WDemand: Part-Time 4x4 Sys w/2-Speed
  • Electronically Controlled Transfer Case
  • Automatic Limited-Slip Differential
  • Towing Receiver Hitch, Eng Oil Cooler,
  • Pwr Steering Cooler, 130-Amp Alt,
  • 4/7-Pin Connector, & Trailer Sway Cntrl
  • SAFETY & CONVENIENCE
  • Toyota Safety Sense P: Pre-Collision Sys
  • w/Pedestrian Detection, Dynamic Radar
  • Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert
  • Automatic High Beams
  • Star Safety System: Vehicle Stability
  • Control, Traction Control, Anti-Lock
  • Brake System with EBD, Brake Assist
  • and Smart Stop Technology
  • Dr & Fr Pass Advanced Airbag System
  • Seat-Mounted Side & Side Curtain Airbags
  • EXTERIOR
  • 16" Styled Steel Wheel
  • INTERIOR
  • Fabric-trimmed seats; 10-way power adj
  • driver seat including 2-way lumbar
  • Audio - 8" Touch Screen, 6 Speakers,
  • HandsFree Bluetooth Phone/Music,
  • USB Media Port, USB Charge-Ports
  • SiriusXM w/3-Month All Access Trial
  • Android Auto & Apple CarPlay Compatible
  • Connected Services: Safety Connect with
  • 1-year Trial, Wi-Fi Connect with up to
  • 2 GB within 3-mo Trial
  • Rear Backup Camera

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

2020 Toyota Tacoma SR5 4WD.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.2Out of 5
  • 2017 SR5 4wd Crew Cab.

    By Golfer on Thursday, July 20, 2017

    5.0
    Prior to purchase, I saw mixed reviews on the new generation. Initially the transmission seemed to be a bit jumpy. But is it a learning transmission. I took it out on a 700 mile trip through flat lands and mountain passes. The transmission settled down and is now really smooth. I would suspect if you driver it hard, the transmission will remember that and learn accordingly. The engine seems to have plenty of power and if you need a little more spunk for hills and towing, there is a button on the dash below the 4x4 nob that will change the shift patter. The seats are great. The new model seats are a bit more elevated that the previous years. Still could use a little more option for adjustment, but it is adequate. Mine has the lumbar adjustment, very effective and easy to us. I am 6 foot and I fit just fine in the truck with head room to spare. I test drove a Sport model as well. The Sport seats seem to set you lower into the seat and the bolsters were a bit to aggressive for me. I found my self having to lift myself out of the Sport seat to try to get out. The SR5 seats sit up a bit more and I just slide out of them. My SR5 came with a factory installed tonneau cover and the tow package, which I highly recommend both. Initially the suspension seemed a bit bouncy on ruff roads, but after the long drive on various roads and terrain, it seems to have settled down. Around town I am averaging 18-19 mpg. But, out on the highway at 65 to 70 mph I saw 24. Anything over 75 dropped the mileage down to 21. The truck is really easy to maneuver in parking lots/spaces. If fits well inside of the garage.
  • Not all it’s cooked out to be

    By NewtoTacoma on Tuesday, July 30, 2019

    3.0
    Bought a 2019 Tacoma TRD Off-Road 4 months ago. It is a well-equipped truck with auto transmission, Premium and Technology packages. Pros: (1) excellent value - truck has leather seats, power moonroof, dual climate control, power rear slider, navigation, JBL sound, rear sonar, blind spot monitor, etc. TRD Off Road includes rear locker, Bilstein shocks, all-terrain tires, etc. Considering the amount of equipment for the price, Tacoma offers great value. (2) Excellent assembly quality - the truck feels solid, interior materials feel of good quality. The interior is quiet and refined...most of the time. (3) Off road capability - truck feels at its best on the trail. Bilstein shocks provide surprising comfort on the trail, and the rear locker makes it capable overcoming moderate obstacles. Cons: (1) irritating automatic transmission - simply atrocious. It is calibrated to save gas, climbs to the highest gear and then refuses to move from there. The truck drives okay around town. But once you hit 45+ MPH, the automatic drawbacks become increasingly irritating. Tall gearing only adds for a poor driving experience. (2) Uncomfortable driving position and cramped interior - the seats are too close to the floor and the steering wheel too far forward. My leg cramps after driving for 45+ minutes. Rear seats are good for small children. (3) Engine loses composure and runs out of breath easily - the 3.5 V6 runs quiet and refined around town. However, the moment you press it, all composure goes out the window. Tall gearing and the recalcitrant transmission only make things worse. The driveline makes miscellaneous vibrations between 35 and 80 MPH. Dealers claim that these vibrations to be “normal.”
  • Not what I had Hoped for

    By Dave on Monday, May 13, 2019

    3.0
    Let me say first, this was a truck I always dreamed about having. I traded in my 2000 Dakota and got a deal on a SR5 4WD I could afford. I had read other reviews about having a problem with the truck lurching in Reverse and Drive but of course thought it wouldn't happen to me, but it did. My Tacoma accelerates for no apparent reason. I have taken it into the dealership and they keep telling me they can't find anything wrong. It's a shame because there are a lot of things I love about the truck. It rides great and is very comfortable on trips. My lease is up in about 6 months but I won't be getting another Tacoma.
  


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