2020 Toyota Tacoma vs. Chevrolet Colorado | Hutchinson, KS 

If you're looking for a new midsize pickup, the 2020 Toyota Tacoma and 2020 Chevrolet Colorado are probably at the top of your list. The Tacoma comes out ahead of its competitor with stronger capabilities, more safety tech, and better standard features, making it the top choice for your next truck.  

Hauling

The 2020 Toyota Tacoma and the 2020 Chevrolet Colorado both pack plenty of power and can tow and haul impressive loads. But the Tacoma's bed can hold a bit more weight than the Colorado at 1,620 pounds, compared to the Colorado's 1,578-pound payload, for a difference of over 40 pounds.

Exterior Features

The Toyota Tacoma and Chevrolet Colorado both come with their share of smart exterior features, but the Tacoma offers more standard amenities and smart tech you'll love. For instance, the Tacoma comes with standard heated power side mirrors, while the Colorado comes standard with manual outside mirrors, and heated power mirrors are only available at higher trims.

The Tacoma also comes with a composite bed, so there's no need to spend extra money on a bedliner, which isn't true of the Colorado. Plus, unlike the Colorado, the Tacoma comes with a smarter tailgate with easy lowering, locking, and removing for better access.

Standard Safety Features

When it comes to active safety tech, there's no contest between these two trucks. The Tacoma comes standard with the Toyota Safety Sense™ P package, which includes a Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert, and Automatic High Beams.

The Colorado, on the other hand, doesn't offer any of these features standard. To get features like Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning, you'll have to spend more money.

Here at Midwest Toyota, we're excited to offer the 2020 Toyota Tacoma - and we're especially proud of how this truck stands out in matchups against its competitors.


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