Overland Classifieds :: 2014 Toyota Tacoma T/X Baja Series

The Tacoma is a hugely popular overland platform, with recent examples including this 2016 Expedition Build, 2007 Access Cab, and a 2009 SR5 w/ Pastime 700FDS Truck Camper. Over the years, we’ve featured nearly every variant of the Tacoma—except for the rare and desirable T/X Baja Series. The Baja Series Package, much like the Bison Edition Chevy Colorado ZR2or Ford F-150 Raptor, is Toyota’s hardcore top-of-the-line off-road-focused truck. Bilstein remote reservoir shocks, TRD (Toyota Racing Development) springs, two-inch lift, and TRD exhaust are some of the upgrades that differentiate this model from the stock Tacoma. Today’s meticulously maintained example has covered just 84,000 miles, showcases premium aftermarket modifications, and is offered with an Escapod off-road teardrop trailer.

From the Seller:

Truck runs great with no issues. The engine and drivetrain have been meticulously maintained since day one. The only work that the new owner will have to do is rebuild the front shocks. They are not leaking, but it’s been 30,000 miles since their last rebuild, and some pitting from rock chips is showing on the shafts.”

2014 Toyota Tacoma T/X Baja Series

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 engine is matched with excellent all-terrain capability courtesy of Toyota’s Baja Series Package, which incorporates all the benefits of the TRD Offroad package, such as a locking rear differential, Hill Start Assist, Hill Descent Assist, engine skid plates, and more. Other features include 16-inch gunmetal gray beadlock-style wheels, TRD cat-back exhaust, Bilstein race shocks, TRD coil springs, and Baja Series graphics. Inside, the Tacoma incorporates the following driver comforts:

  • Infotainment system with navigation, 6.1-inch
  • Premium audio system
  • Air conditioning
  • Cruise control
  • Leather-trimmed steering wheel

Distinguishing Features

  • King Shocks, Deaver leaf springs, and Total Chaos upper and lower control arms
  • Pelfreybilt aluminum front and rear bumpers
  • Prinsu roof rack
  • Rigid Industries auxiliary lighting
  • Dual battery system with 100-watt solar panel
  • Custom bolt-on rock sliders
  • Warn winch
  • Toyo M/T tires

This 2014 Toyota Tacoma 4×4 is listed for $34,000 (or $48,000 with Escapod teardrop trailer) and is currently located in Orange County, California. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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