2018 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro :: Classifieds

Overland ready Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro

The Tacoma is an overlanding icon with the TRD Pro variant being the most desirable model. It’s a truck synonymous with bulletproof reliability, build quality, and capability. Furthermore, the aftermarket support for this truck is huge ensuring that each build is as unique as the people that own them. Our forum is awash with adventure-ready examples including this 2019 TRD Pro, a 2020 TRD Off Road, and a 2017 SR5 with a FWC Project M camper. It’s also a firm favourite with the Expedition Portal team with various iterations being field tested on our Youtube; including the 2022 TRD Pro, Aterra Overland camper, and an Overland Journal podcast dedicated to the new Trailhunter. Today’s 2018 TRD Pro offering has covered just 30,500 miles and features premium modifications and a Dissent cab and roof rack.

A Tacoma engine bay

From the Seller:

Overland build, but never actually taken off-road. Son was born the same year and I haven’t had the chance. Great condition and everything works perfectly. No issues. Over $25,000 of mods.”

Tacoma TRD Pro suspension

2018 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro

The Tacoma is fitted with a dependable 3.5-liter engine that produces 278 horsepower, 265 pound-feet of torque, and returns 17/20 mpg (city/highway). A long-lived motor is matched with excellent capability thanks to a 1.5-inch lift, 4WD, TRD tuned suspension with fox internal bypass shocks, low range, skid plates, locking rear differential (and aftermarket front ARB locker), Desert Air intake, multi-terrain select system, and more. Inside the TRD Pro is well-equipped with driver comforts that include:

  • Premium JBL audio
  • Climate control
  • Heated leather seats
  • Infotainment system with navigation
  • Front camera

A Tacoma TRD Pro interior

Distinguishing Features

  • Fox shocks with remote reservoirs, Icon springs, and JBA UCAs
  • Black Rhino Arsenal wheels with Falken Wildpeak tires
  • Honey Badger front bumper
  • ARB twin compressor
  • Mobtown sliders
  • Dissent cab and roof rack
  • Rigid Industries lighting

Tacoma profile

This 2018 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro is listed for $59,000 OBO and is currently located in Huntsville, Alabama. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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