The 4Runner, much like the Tacoma or Land Cruiser, is a cross-category platform. This means it’s as comfortable on the work commute and running the kids to school as it is exploring backcountry trails or navigating technical terrain. The vast majority of us can’t afford a second dedicated expedition vehicle which makes versatile rigs like this appealing. Furthermore, Toyota offers various packages that accommodate their customers’ desire to leave the tarmac and adventure with options that uprate 4WD capability (namely the SR5, TRD Off Road, and TRD Pro packages). It’s therefore no surprise the 4Runner is a popular choice on our forum with recent examples including this 2005 V6 Overland Build, a 2017 SR5, and a 2003 V8. If you’d like a better idea of how this vehicle can be outfitted for travel then check out this feature vehicle piece on Dustin Miller’s 2008 4Runner by Chris Cordes. Today’s low-mileage (58,194 miles) 2018 TRD Off Road is one of the most impressive 4Runners to date with a truly extensive list of premium modifications and a well-equipped interior.
From the Seller:
“We have a wonderful adventure/expedition-ready 2018 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off Road Premium. We are sadly parting our ways due to our family’s needs that have changed ever since we purchased this fantastic adventure rig.
Used only for touring/overlanding, never rock crawling nor hardcore off-roading. Clean title and in hand. Never been in an accident. Overall, in great/like new condition. Has a lot of high-quality modifications (many of them almost new).”
2018 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off Road Premium
The 4Runner is fitted with a 4.0-liter V6 that produces 270 horsepower, 278 pound-feet of torque, and returns 17/20 mpg (city/highway). A long-lived motor and drivetrain are mated with impressive go-anywhere capability, thanks to 4WD, body-on-frame design, locking rear differential, low range, Bilstein shocks, TRD springs, skid plates, TRD wheels, and more. Inside driver comforts include:
- Heated front seats
- Climate control
- Adaptive cruise control
- Infotainment system with navigation
- Power steering, doors, windows, and mirrors
- Garmin Overlander and 67W dash camera
Today’s 4Runner is extremely well-equipped, so I recommend checking out the original listing below for full specifications. Here is just a small selection of notable features:
- Toyota TRD wheels with General Grabber M/Ts
- Dobinsons remote reservoir shocks and heavy load coils, Firestone air bags, and Timbren bump stops
- C4 Fabrication front winch bumper and rear bumper with swing arms
- C4 Fabrication, Hefty Fabworks, Rago Fabrication, and Greenlane Offroad armor
- Long Range America auxiliary fuel tank, 24-gallons
- Velox Offroad Gullwings and Molle panels
- 4.56 Nitro Gears and Magnuson Supercharger
This 2018 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off Road Premium is listed for $86,000 OBO and is currently located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.
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