2016 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro :: Classifieds

2016 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro :: Classifieds

The second-gen Tundra has a legendary reputation for reliability, build quality, and capability and is subsequently a desirable full-size platform for overlanding. We’ve featured a number of adventure-equipped examples recently, including this 2007 with a Four Wheel Camper Hawk and trailer, 2014 Limited Edition Crew Cab, and 2019 SR5 with a Norweld Flatbed and FWC Hawk. The beating heart of the Tundra is a 5.7-liter V8 that won’t win any awards for economy but provides plenty of power and regularly exceeds half a million miles. Like its counterpart, the mid-size Tacoma, it’s a pinnacle choice for overlanding and allows travelers to focus their time and energy on experiences rather than vehicle upkeep. It’s for these reasons and others that it was the pickup of choice for Expedition Portal and Overland Journal Senior Editor Ashley Giordano and partner, Richard, for their international adventures (check out their recent time in Morocco: 10 Things to Know About Overlanding Morocco). Cue today’s one-owner 2016 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro (130,000 miles), which showcases extensive upgrades and is topped with an ARE camper shell. At $39,500, it’s a lot of truck for the money, especially when you consider a third-gen Tundra TRD Pro will set you back the best part of $100,000. Learn more about the realities of travel in a second-gen Tundra on the Overland Journal podcast

From the Seller:

“I bought this truck new back in 2016. Over the years, I built it to the level you currently see in pictures. It has been used as an adventure vehicle for a family of four. I was trying to keep the vehicle as light and as capable as possible; that’s why you don’t see heavy steel bumpers or 35-inch+ wheels. No issues with the truck, I would take it to Alaska or any other destination tomorrow if I had to.”

2016 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro

The Tundra is fitted with a V8 motor that delivers 381 horsepower, 401 pound-feet of torque, and returns a combined 15 mpg (range is provided by a 38-gallon gas tank). An exceptionally long-lived engine is matched with impressive capability thanks to 4WD, high and low range, skid plates, sliders, a lifted and uprated suspension, an ARB snorkel, and more. Inside, these rugged credentials are balanced with interior comforts that include:  

Cruise control 
Air-conditioning 
Power steering, windows, locks, and mirrors 
Center console with cupholders 
Infotainment system with navigation 

Distinguishing Features

Dometic CFX75 dual-zone fridge/freezer
iKamper Skycamp 2.0 rooftop tent with annex 
SDHQ winch mount with Smittybilt 12k synthetic winch 
ARB compressor 
External reservoir shocks, heavy-duty leaf springs, and Icon upper control arms 
Custom drawer system 
ARE CX HD heavy-duty camper shell 

This 2016 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro is listed for $39,500 and is currently located in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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