One thing we know most truck owners and enthusiasts share is a passion for vehicle modifications. We buy our trucks one way with the intention to personalize them a completely different way. To customize them. To “make them our own.”
The Toyota Tundra is about as tough and reliable as they come, and it is also a great choice for making it your own. Especially wheels and tires.
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In the United States, Toyota is divided into several sales regions. One of these regions, Southeast Toyota, has created an entire lineup of unique appearance packages called X-Series to help personalize our cars, trucks and SUVs.
There are 3 different packages available for the 2020 Toyota Tundra, with each one offering a very distinct one-of-a-kind look.
XP Predator Package for 2020 Tundra
On a 2020 Tundra the main highlight is the 18” wheel and tire package. It features black TRD Pro alloy wheels with all-terrain tires. Predator pro step bars run the length of the passenger doors. They add not only looks but also function.
Also look for great value with included black exhaust tip, emblem overlays, tailgate inserts and X-Series badging. It has a retail MSRP of $3,199 after a window sticker discount of $2,000.
2020 Tundra XP Gunner package
You may be familiar with the 2020 4Runner XP Gunner package already.
Also retailing for $3,199 according to the 2020 Tundra window sticker, this package offers a larger wheel and tire combination. Look for 20” black gunner alloy wheels and all-terrain tires. I found them to look particularly fierce on the Midnight Black Tundra I reviewed.
XP Gunner also adds predator pro step bars, black exhaust tip, and XP badging.
XSP Package on 2020 Toyota Tundra
A 2020 Tundra equipped with an XSP package will come with the most equipment and additions. It also comes with the highest price tag of $5,299. However, I found it to be a strong value.
A 20” Ultra Clash wheels with all-terrain tires combo styles up your full-size Tundra like no other. Color-keyed fender flares with black rivets, along with bright red caliper covers, finish the look in tough fashion.
You may find the included spray-in bedliner helpful as well for hauling and transporting. Also look for very unique and functional drop step running boards. Included 2-in-1 LED fog lights and daytime running lights as well assist with looks and improved visibility.
VIDEO: Follow along as I highlight all 3 packages in my video tour.
Other highlights are black exhaust tip, black overlays and badging, tailgate inserts, as well as color keyed bumper covers.
Time for your thoughts on Toyota Tundra
Which of these appearance packages appeal to you the most? Also, what mods have you done on your truck that you are most proud of?
Thanks for reading everyone. See you in my next Toyota story when I discuss potential delay with the new 2021 RAV4 Prime.
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