Overland Classifieds :: 2019 Toyota Tundra TRD Off-Road with A/T Overland Atlas

If gas prices weren’t $2.29 per liter here in Europe then the 5.7-liter V8 Tundra would be my full-size truck of choice. At the end of the day, it’s a Toyota, which means it’ll just work, and while it might not be the most frugal, well-equipped, or powerful option it makes up for this with class-leading build quality, reliability, and capability. Furthermore, thanks to a 1,730-pound max payload it’s the perfect option for a well-equipped camper or habitation box. The Tundra is a very popular choice on our forum with recent examples including this 2021 TRD Pro, a 2011 with a Four Wheel Campers Hawk, and a 2022 Limited TRD Off-Road. This full-size Toyota is a vehicle you can trust to not only get you out there but also get you back thanks to rugged dependability and excellent capability; as demonstrated on the R4T YouTube channel. If you’d like to know more about how this platform performs as a long-term rolling home then check out Ashley Giordano’s interview with Bound For Nowhere on the Overland Journal podcast. Today’s low-mileage (56,293 miles) 2019 offering showcases the optional TRD Off-Road package and premium modifications and is topped with an A/T Overland Atlas camper.

From the Seller:

Selling my dream truck. I built this out with the intent of more aggressive off-roading, but then the pandemic hit and I ended up spending 3 months every fall on the East Coast and driving back and forth across the country. Although this truck is awesome and certainly capable of highway cruising, it’s too much for that, and I could use some more creature comforts.”

2019 Toyota Tundra TRD Off-Road

The Tundra is fitted with a 5.7-liter motor that produces 381 horsepower, 401 pound-feet of torque, and returns 13/18mpg (city/highway). A powerful V8 motor provides brisk on-road performance with a 0 to 60 mph sprint of just 6.7 seconds. However, it’s when the tarmac ends that the Tundra really excels thanks to 4WD, Bilstein shocks, high and low range, limited-slip rear differential, TRD wheels, 2-inch lift, skid plates, and more. Inside the TRD Off-Road model is well-equipped with driver comforts that include:

  • Powered and heated leather seats
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control
  • Dynamic radar cruise control
  • Toyota Safety Sense
  • Premium Kenwood audio

Distinguishing Features

  • A/T Overland Atlas camper
  • Icon Stage 9 suspension with hydraulic bump stops
  • Method wheels with BFGoodrich KO2 tires
  • Baja Designs lighting
  • National Luna 60-litre fridge
  • Cascadia 4×4 hood solar panel
  • Winch

This 2019 Toyota Tundra TRD Off-Road with A/T Overland Atlas camper is listed for $75,000 and is currently located in San Francisco, California. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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