2020 Toyota Tundra Recommended Tire Pressure
When it comes to your vehicle’s tires, it’s important to keep it at the recommended tire pressure for the best performance and for better safety. Well inflated tires are important to keep your drive running smoothly – but what qualifies as well inflated? That’s what we’ll be exploring on the 2020 Toyota Tundra today! Continue reading to find out the answer to this question.
Recommended 2020 Toyota Tundra Tire PSI
When it comes to tires on some models, such as the 2020 Toyota Tundra, there are two different PSI numbers you have to take a look at. These are the front tires and the rear tires, respectively. It is recommended that, for the new Toyota Tundra, you keep the tire pressure at or around 30 PSI for the front tires and 33 PSI for the rear tires in order to have the best possible performance. This pressure can, and will, vary depending on the tires and the time of year, so make sure you keep that in mind.
Speaking of tires! What sort of tires should you aim for when you’re driving your 2020 Toyota Tundra? That can change depending on your needs, so we’ll be exploring several options down below!
2020 Toyota Tundra Tire Recommendations
The sizes that you will often use with the 2020 Toyota Tundra range depending on its trim levels. Three examples of the tires you might find, and the trims you’ll find them on, include the P275/65R18 on the TRD Pro, the P275/55R20 on the Limited, Platinum, and 1794 Edition, and the P255/70R18 on the SR and SR5 trims. The tires themselves can come from just about any make, and cover all-season, winter, summer, off-road and performance specific, and similar designs.
Overall, you want to make sure you’re finding a tire that suits your needs and what you’ll be using the Toyota Tundra for! Whether it be for work or play, you’ll need to be prepared.
If you want to learn more about tires and the 2020 Toyota Tundra, or to take the new Toyota Tundra for a test drive yourself, contact our dealership today! We’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you have about either topic!