Overland Classifieds :: 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro

If you’re in the market for a compact overlanding pickup you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more capable and well-built option than the Tacoma TRD (Toyota Racing Development) Pro. This desirable Toyota is often the choice for expedition builds with the most popular variant being the more affordable TRD Off-Road. We’ve featured a number of these adventure-ready trucks, including this Expedition Overland’s 2016 Tacoma, a 2009 TRD Off-Road w/ Super Pacific X1 Wedge, and a 2011 TRD Off-Road w/ GFC V2. The TRD Pro takes the already capable TRD Off-Road package and further uprates it for the road less traveled; however, this does come at a cost with the 2022 TRD Pro starting at over $46,000 which is $10,000 more than starting price for the TRD Off-Road. So, is the extra cost worth it? Check out Matt Swartz’s 2022 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Test Drive or view his experience on the Expedition Portal YouTube channel to find out. Today’s offering has covered just 35,500 miles, showcases extensive premium modifications and accessories, and is topped with an Alu-Cab canopy camper.

From the Seller:

My Tacoma is a great truck with many available aftermarket parts, which makes it very customizable. It’s nice for weekend trips, is fast to set up, and very easy to use.Small camper living is convenient and makes navigating/accessing trails easy.”

2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro

The Tacoma TRD Pro is fitted with a 3.5-liter motor that produces 278 horsepower, 265 pound-feet of torque, and returns a combined 20 mpg. A long-lived motor and drivetrain are mated with Toyota’s TRD Pro package, which is a desirable upgrade on the already impressive TRD Off-Road package. This top-of-the-line option further raises the ride height by 1 inch, incorporates TRD wheels, front skid plate, Fox internal-bypass shocks, sport exhaust, locking rear differential, Goodyear Wrangler A/T tires, and more. The upgrades continue inside with driver comforts that include:

  • Leather upholstery
  • Heated and powered front seats
  • Automatic climate control
  • Infotainment system with navigation
  • Back-up camera
  • Blind-spot monitoring
  • Cruise control

Distinguishing Features

  • Alu-Cab canopy camper
  • ADS shocks
  • ARB air compressor
  • C4 fabrication bumpers
  • ComeUp winch
  • Baja Designs and Rigid Industries lighting

This 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro is listed for $60,000 OBO and is currently located in Tacoma, Washington.. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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