Gastonia, Charlotte, and Lincolnton, NC, drivers—we know you have places to go and things to do. When you’re looking for a powerful truck to complement your drives in the region, you should know where to turn. Perhaps you’ve been intrigued by the Toyota Tundra and what it has to offer.

If that’s the case, you likely want to know more about Toyota Tundra towing capacity. After all, this is a truck that offers a lot when it comes to towing. Learn more about what you’ll be able to tow and its capability by reading our towing capacity review.


Toyota Tundra Towing a Horse Trailer

Towing in the Tundra

Can the Toyota Tundra tow? You bet it can. It’s able to tow thanks to unique features like staggered, outboard-mounted shocks, a heavy-duty frame with an integrated towing hitch receiver, and a trailer hitch that uses high-strength bolts in the frame to help you haul what you want.

All told, the Tundra can tow up to 10,200 pounds when properly equipped. That’s real towing power for your trailer, boat, or any supplies you need for the jobsite.

It’s worth noting, too, that the Tundra i-FORCE 5.7L V8 engine can make those weekend warrior projects a breeze. With a payload capacity of 1,730 pounds, you’ll have an easy way to load in bags of mulch, supplies, and tools to make sure every project is completed on time.

2020 Toyota Tundra Interior Technology

The Towing Technology You Need to Succeed

If you have a big truck, there’s a good chance you want to tow some big toys. That’s where the available Tundra Integrated Trailer Brake Controller (ITBC) and standard Trailer-Sway Control (TSC) come into play.

These features are a big help, as they allow you to adjust the amount of trailer braking based on the weight of the trailer while also detecting any swaying of the trailer. When going around sharp curves, steep inclines, or steady declines, you’ll want to have the trailer sway technology engaged to ensure you’re driving safely.

What else helps you tow? A 38-gallon fuel tank, for one. Your workday shouldn’t be stopped in its tracks, and the 38-gallon tank ensures you’re ready for the road ahead.

Toyota Tundra Towing Trailer Off-Road

Gain Full Control of Your Trailer

Of course, if you’re attaching a trailer to your Toyota Tundra, it’s important you’re able to stop it when needed. The large 13.9-inch front brake rotors and 4-piston front brake calipers help you keep the Tundra even, particularly when hauling those heavier loads.

Don’t forget to use the available deck rail system to your advantage too. It features four adjustable tie-down cleats—each one rated at 220 pounds—allowing you to keep that cargo secure.

The standard backup camera makes hitching up a boat a breeze. When you put the Tundra in reverse, you’ll see a live image right on the touchscreen.


Get Ready to Tow in Your Toyota Tundra

Are you driving around Gastonia, Charlotte, and Lincolnton, North Carolina, every day? You may want a truck that’s up to the task. Now that you know all about Toyota Tundra towing capacity, visit Toyota of Gastonia to check out the latest edition of this highly capable pickup.

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