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Overland Classifieds :: 2011 Toyota Tundra TRD Off-Road 4×4 w/ FWC Hawk

The Tundra is one of the most popular full-size trucks on our forum, with recent adventure-ready examples including this 2021 overland rig, a 2022 CrewMax Limited TRD Off-Road, and a 2012 Rock Warrior Crew Max. The Tundra is not incredibly economical nor the most powerful or luxurious truck on the market. Still, much like its mid-size counterpart, the Tacoma, it offers class-leading reliability and build quality. Capability is also impressive and can be significantly improved thanks to a wide array of aftermarket parts, accessories, and services (I’d personally uprate the Tundra with front and rear locking differentials from ARB). The popularity of full-size trucks is at an all-time high as more people embrace the additional running costs in exchange for a plethora of benefits. There are numerous reasons for this shift, but I’d argue that a significant contributor is a boom in remote work. In the past, vehicle adventures were often reserved for the weekend. However, with more roles now remote (and high-speed internet available almost anywhere), many people are committing to long-term trips or living on the road full-time. Consequently, overlanders are replacing mid-size trucks with full-size offerings that provide more space and payload for well-equipped campers. If you’d like to know more about the benefits of this approach, I recommend listening to Why Full-Size Trucks Should Be Seriously Considered for Overlanding on the Overland Journal Podcast. The 2011 Tundra showcases up to a 2,090-pound max payload, which makes it a great travel companion, as demonstrated by builds from Bound for Nowhere and Revere Overland. Today’s offering has covered 130,000 miles, features premium modifications, and is topped with a 2018 Four Wheel Camper Hawk.

From the Seller:

Turn-key backcountry camping/overland setup. It will take you anywhere you want to go. Everything is in excellent condition and fully functional. Have every receipt and record for vehicle and camper.”

2011 Toyota Tundra TRD Off-Road 4×4

The Tundra is fitted with a 5.7-liter V8 that produces 381 horsepower, 401 pound-feet of torque, and returns 13/17 mpg (city/highway). A powerful, albeit thirsty, engine is mated with excellent all-terrain capability thanks to 4WD, 17-inch alloys and BFGoodrich tires, Bilstein gas-charged mono-tube shock absorbers, rear limited-slip differential, and more. Inside driver comforts include:

  • Premium Sony infotainment system with backup camera
  • Tow package
  • Air conditioning
  • Power steering, windows, and locks
  • Cruise control

Distinguishing Features

  • 2018 Four Wheel Camper Hawk
  • Fifteen52 Analog HD wheels with Cooper Discovery tires
  • Old Man Emu 2-inch lift suspension with rear airbags and added leaf spring
  • ARB front bumper
  • Freshwater tank, 20 gallons
  • Forced air furnace with thermostat
  • House battery with 160-watts of solar

This 2011 Toyota Tundra TRD 4×4 with Four Wheel Camper Hawk is listed for $56,000 and is currently located in Santa Barbara, California. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.Our No Compromise Clause: We carefully screen all contributors to ensure they are independent and impartial. We never have and never will accept advertorial, and we do not allow advertising to influence our product or destination reviews.

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