2022 Toyota Tundra SR5 TRD Off-Road w/ MITS Alloy Tray :: Featured Classified

Overland ready Toyota Tundra SR5.

The Tundra is an optimal platform for long-term travel and one of the most popular full-size trucks on our forum. It shares many of the same desirable character traits as the mid-size Tacoma, such as class-leading build quality, reliability, and capability, but introduces an altogether more refined driving experience and a payload better suited to heavier builds. Today is a rare opportunity to purchase an almost new 2022 SR5 TRD Off-Road model that enjoys extensive options from the factory and has already been extensively uprated for the road less traveled. If you’d like a better idea of how the latest-gen Tundra can be outfitted as a rolling home, check out the drool-worthy builds from Bound For Nowhere, Revere Overland, and Expedition Overland. Finally, enjoy a long-form conversation about the Tundra’s plethora of benefits on the Overland Journal podcast.

A 2022 Toyota Tundra Sr5 cab interior.

Toyota full size wheels

From the Seller:

I’ve owned this Tundra since February 2022. It’s been an awesome rig and super capable. It’s built to my very high standards with only the best recruitment. I have receipts for all the aftermarket work, all of which was performed by MULE Expedition Outfitters. The truck just received its 15,000-mile service from the local Toyota dealer and is ready for hundreds of thousands of miles of adventures.

A Tundra dual cab bed profile

Tundra bull bar

2022 Toyota Tundra SR5 TRD Off-Road

The Tundra is fitted with an i-Force 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 that produces 389 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque. Despite offering more power than the previous gen’s 5.7-liter V8, the new V6 also returns better economy with a combined 19 mpg (a significant improvement over the V8’s 14 mpg). These impressive figures are matched with excellent go-anywhere capability thanks to 4WD, off-road suspension with Bilstein shocks (since replaced), a locking rear differential, Multi-terrain select, Crawl Control, Downhill Assist, low range, and more. Inside, the Tundra is well-equipped with driver comforts that include:

  • Infotainment system with navigation, 8-inch
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control
  • Heated and powered front seats
  • Integrated backup camera
  • Power horizontal rear window
  • Heated leather steering wheel
  • Front and rear parking assist
  • Toyota Safety Sense 2.5
  • Full-speed range dynamic radar cruise control
  • Smart key system with push-button start

cab interior

A Tundra with a MITTS alloy tray

Distinguishing Features

  • CBI front bumper, front skid plate, and rock sliders
  • Warn Zeon winch
  • Method wheels with Firestone X/T tires
  • ARB twin-scroll air compressor
  • Radflo 2.5 remote reservoir front coilover struts with Eibach springs and rear remote reservoir shocks with ARB Old Man Emu springs
  • Rigid Industries lighting
  • MITS alloy tray with fold-down sideboards
  • Rhino-Rack
  • Camburg control arms
  • Midlands radio
  • Switch Pro
  • JB4 Tuner

A mitts alloy tray storage.

Mitts alloy tray storage

This 2022 Toyota Tundra SR5 TRD Off-Road with a MITS alloy tray is listed for $80,000 OBO and is currently located in Portland, Oregon. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

Contact Information

TEL: 503 805 8790

Email: nickjaynes@gmail.com

A Toyota Tundra SR5 suspension system

A roof rack on a Toyota Tundra SR5 double cab

A Tundra underslung spare wheel

Toyota Tundra Hamburg parts


2022 Toyota Tundra SR5 TRD Off-Road Video


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