Available off-road features of the 2020 Toyota Tacoma
The Toyota Tacoma has long been a favorite for off-roaders and the 2020 model is no different, especially with some of its high-tech off-road features. We’ll explore some highlights as we dig into the available off-road features of the 2020 Toyota Tacoma. Most of these features are available on the TRD Off-Road and other TRD trims.
What is Toyota Crawl Control?
Crawl Control takes over your throttle and brakes so you can focus on keeping your off-road machine pointed in the right direction. You get to pick from five low-speed settings to control just how you are going to conquer the trail.
Not only will this feature let you crawl over rocks all while maintaining the perfect speed, but it can also help you get out of sand that would otherwise trap a normal truck. This is just one more necessary feature when your mind needs to stay on the trail.
Why is an electronically locking rear differential important?
When on the road, you want your differential to be able to slip. This lets your tires spin at different speeds when you are going around corners. However, if you are going off-road, you do not want this.
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With an electronically locking rear differential, you can lock that differential whenever you want so that both rear wheels will always turn at the same speed. This keeps one wheel getting stuck spinning holding back the rest of your truck.
Benefits of Toyota Multi-Terrain Select
Multi-Terrain Select gives you five powerful modes to choose from so that your truck can adapt to the conditions. Depending on your mode, the system will modulate wheelspin, change engine throttle responsiveness, and adjust traction control.
How does Toyota Multi-Terrain Monitor work?
Sometimes knowing the trail is the only key to getting through the trail, but with Toyota Multi-Terrain Monitor, you can have a more in-depth look at the trail than ever before. By using multiple cameras, sensors, and systems, you will have a better understanding of the trail ahead.