Simple, rugged, dependable, relatively economical, and with parts available worldwide, it’s no surprise that the Toyota Tacoma is such a popular choice amongst overlanders. This largely unmodified example has covered just 62,000 miles, includes an insulated fiberglass camper shell, and is ready for your next overland adventure.
From the Seller:
“We choose the Tacoma platform for our adventures around the Pacific Northwest because of their reliability, economy, and general utilitarian nature. The truck is at home on tight forest service roads and the highway, which makes getting away and enjoying the weekend easy. The camper shell provided a nice refuge after a long day at play and sure beats a tent when the weather is less than ideal.”
2016 Toyota Tacoma 4×4
The 2016 Tacoma is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 278 horsepower and 265 pound-feet of torque. Toyota designed the Tacoma to be both a workhorse and an everyday recreational vehicle. Hence, interior comforts such as cruise control, power steering, air conditioning, front and rear cupholders, and leather steering wheel are included as standard. A comfortable driving experience is matched with impressive commercial attributes, such as a 1,120-pound max payload and 6,500-pound towing capacity.
This 2016 Tacoma has been left largely stock, which is part of the charm. However, there are some notable upgrades, which include:
- Roof racks (cab and shell)
- Insulated fiberglass camper shell
- Dirt King Fabrication control arms
- Lift kit, 2.5-inch
- Class 3 hitch with 2.5-inch receiver
- Includes a number of spares
This 2016 Toyota Tacoma 4×4 is listed for $33,000 (the owner is also considering swaps) and is currently located in Troy, Montana. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.
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