Overland Classifieds :: 2020 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab

The Tacoma remains the mid-size truck to beat despite fierce competition from the likes of the Chevrolet Colorado, Ford Ranger, Jeep Gladiator, Nissan Frontier, and GMC Canyon. It begs the question: Why does the Tacoma still dominate the category? After all, it’s not the most powerful or well-equipped, nor does it have the best payload. In short, the success of this platform reflects its long-standing reputation for class-leading build quality, capability (especially when optioned with either the TRD Off-Road or Pro package), and reliability. In other words, it’s a hassle-free choice that will perform as a family run-around, commercial workhorse, commuter, a dedicated overland rig, or all these roles combined. Subsequently, it’s the most popular vehicle on our forum, with recent adventure-ready examples including this 2016 with a Vagabond Outdoors Drifter camper, a 1999 with a 1978 Chinook camper, and a 2021 with an RSI Smartcap EVO. The Pro variant is the top-of-the-range model and showcases a wide array of desirable backcountry upgrades such as a locking rear differential, Fox shocks, Desert Air intake, and more. As a result, this platform provides impressive all-terrain performance from the factory, as demonstrated during this test drive on the Expedition Portal YouTube channel. In addition, extensive aftermarket support ensures owners can completely customize their Tacoma to suit their needs. Subsequently, no two are the same, as illustrated by inspiring builds from Bona Fide Outside, TFL Now, and Arkansas Offroad. Today’s 2020 TRD Pro has covered just 22,500 miles and features premium modifications and a 100,000-mile Toyota Platinum warranty.

From the Seller:

-Extremely capable + reliable build (all mechanical + electrical modifications left to the professionals, including the incredible team OK4WD)

-Not overbuilt but has everything one could need to stay off the gid for extended period (turkey – bring a fridge + solar blanket and you are set!)

-iKamper tent extremely comfortable + functional, slept our family of four with ease

Note: I am only selling for a larger platform. My children are becoming big humans + and we have now adopted a large breed dog, so we need more space when we hit the road. I will be very sad to let this rig go, but would be thrilled to see if go into the hands of someone that will use it to its full potential.”

2020 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab

The Tacoma is fitted with a V6 motor that produces 278 horsepower, 265 pound-feet of torque and returns 17/20 mpg (city/highway). A reliable engine is matched with excellent capability thanks to 4WD, TRD tuned suspension, 2.5-inch Fox internal bypass shocks (since replaced), Desert Air intake, 9.4-inches of ground clearance, skid plates, low range, locking rear differential, multi-terrain select system, and more. Inside, the TRD Pro is well-equipped with comforts that include:

  • Cruise control
  • Premium JBL audio
  • Heated leather seats
  • Climate control
  • Infotainment system with navigation

Distinguishing Features

  • Prinsu rack with MaxTrax mounting
  • King 2.5 shocks with external reservoirs, heavy-duty leaf springs, Firestone airbags, and more
  • Evo Corse Dakar Zero wheels with BFGoodrich A/T tires
  • Alu-Cab canopy
  • CBI front bumper, sliders, and skid plates
  • iKamper 2.0 rooftop hardshell tent
  • Eezi-Awn 270-degree awning

This 2020 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab is listed for $55,000 and is currently located in Long Island, New York. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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