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Overland Classifieds :: 2011 Toyota Tacoma DCLB TRD Sport w/ Four Wheel Campers Fleet

The Tacoma is undoubtedly the most popular truck on our forum, with recent examples including this 2005 TRD Sport w/ A/T Habitat, a 2018 TRD Off-Road w/ Alu-Cab Canopy Camper, and a 2017 TRD Pro. Despite the popularity of the Tacoma, no two are the same, which is a testament to the huge catalog of aftermarket parts and accessories available for this platform. If you’d like a more detailed overview of how this mid-size hero can be outfitted for travel, check out Badass Brunette’s 2015 TRD Sport, Expedition Overland TRD Off-Road, and Overland Journal’s Tacoma Build. Today’s TRD Sport has covered just 53,493 miles and features a long list of premium modifications, a well-equipped Four Wheel Campers Fleet camper, and showcases a converted 2015 TRD Sport front end.

From the Seller

My wife and I have decided to sell our 2011 Tacoma DCLB TRD Sport and Four Wheel Camper. The truck was purchased new in August 2010, and the camper was bought new in 2014. We have tweaked them over the years and were planning on building them for off-road camping. A few years later, we purchased our dream vacation home, and these have just been in storage and never finalized. Then we purchased a 4×4 Sprinter to build and decided to let the Tacoma and FWC go.”

2011 Toyota Tacoma DCLB TRD Sport

The Tacoma is fitted with a V6 motor that produces 236 horsepower, 266 pound-feet of torque, and returns a combined 18 mpg. A dependable motor and drivetrain are matched with Toyota’s TRD Sport Package which incorporates sport seats, hood scoop, Dunlop tires, 17-inch wheels, and a rear limited-slip differential. The Sport Package is optimized for on-road performance, so if you plan to leave the tarmac frequently, then the alternative TRD Off-Road Package is a better option. However, these shortcomings have been addressed on today’s TRD Sport with the addition of an ARB rear locker and compressor, overhauled suspension, new wheels and tires, and more. Inside comforts include:

  • Viper Smart keyless remote start
  • Pioneer head unit with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • Premium JBL sound system
  • Cruise control
  • Air conditioning

Distinguishing Features

  • Allpro Apex aluminum front bumper with winch and Allpro high-clearance rear bumper
  • Pelfreybilt aluminium skid plate and Allpro Offroad sliders
  • Mickey Thompson Deegan 38 Pro wheels with Baja ATZ tires
  • Front Fox DSC coilovers with remote reservoirs, rear Icon IVD 2.0 shocks, Old Man Emu Dakar rear springs, and Firestone airbags
  • Four Wheel Campers Fleet
  • Prinsu Design roof rack

This 2011 Toyota Tacoma DCLB TRD Sport with Four Wheel Campers Fleet is listed for $45,000 and is currently located in Gurnee, Illinois. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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