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Overland Classifieds :: 2011 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road w/ GFC V2

The Toyota Tacoma is, without doubt, the most popular overland platform on our forum. Recent examples including a 1995 w/ Custom Aluminum Flatbed FlipPac Camper, 2016 TRD Off Road w/ 2018 FWC Fleet, and a 2014 T/X Baja Series. So, why is the Tacoma such a desirable option? The engine and drivetrain are bulletproof, all-terrain capability is excellent (especially with the TRD Off-Road Package), build quality is class-leading, the economy is acceptable, and there’s a huge array of OEM and aftermarket parts and services readily available. Downsides? The interior is a little sparse, with many driver comforts being optional extras, and if I were planning a long-term trip, or living on the road, then the Tundra would be a better choice for a full camper setup. However, the Tacoma is a daily workhorse that excels in recreational, commercial, and overlanding scenarios, and thanks to so many aftermarket options, no two are the same. Today’s offering is one of the nicest to date, showcasing 164,000 miles, extensive premium modifications, a Go Faster Campers V2, and is priced competitively at $43,000 OBO.

From the Seller:

Testing the waters on selling outright or trading for something else. I work from home, so it sits in the driveway for days on end. Overkill for my ‘weekend warrior’ vibe, and by this, I mean three weekends a year. It’s a great rig that I wouldn’t hesitate to drive to Maine and back (heck, I already took it to Montana without issues). Open to selling as-is or trades. Let me know what you got!”

2011 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road

The Tacoma is fitted with a V6 motor that produces 236 horsepower, 266 pound-feet of torque, and returns a combined 18 mpg. A long-lived motor and drivetrain are mated with impressive go-anywhere performance courtesy of Toyota’s TRD (Toyota Racing Development) Off-Road Package. This bolsters all-terrain capability with BFGoodrich tires, uprated suspension with Bilstein shocks, TRD alloys, skid plates, locking rear differential, and more. The TRD Package also enhances the interior, with driver comforts that include:

  • Premium JBL audio
  • Backup camera integrated into rearview mirror
  • Air conditioning
  • Overhead console with compass and outside temperature
  • Power windows, doors, and mirrors

Distinguishing Features

  • Pelfreybuilt skid plates
  • King front coilovers and rear shocks, OME Dakar heavy leaf packs
  • AtTheHelm front bumper and rear bumper with swing out
  • Titan7 forged wheels with Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires
  • Cali Raised, Baja Designs, and Extreme LED lighting
  • Smittybilt winch
  • Go Fast Camper V2
  • Overland Vehicle Systems Awning, 270-degree

This 2011 Toyota Tacoma with Go Faster Campers V2is listed for $43,000 OBO and is currently located in San Francisco Bay Area, California. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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