2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road w/ Alu-Cab Canopy Camper :: Featured Classified

2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road w/ Alu-Cab Canopy Camper :: Featured Classified

First introduced to the US market in 1995 as a replacement for the Hilux, the Tacoma faced the seemingly impossible task of living up to its predecessor. Yet, against all odds, it not only lived up to the Hilux’s legendary reputation but in many ways surpassed it. The Tacoma carried forward its forebear’s bulletproof build quality, reliability, and backcountry ability while introducing welcome refinements. The Tacoma remained a truck you could abuse on the worksite, but unlike the Hilux, it was better suited for highway miles and recreational usage. In recent years, it has become the midsize darling of the overlanding community and remains the truck by which all others are measured; it’s by far the most popular pickup on our forum. Faced with such a competitive midsize segment and so many legitimate alternatives, it’s perhaps hard to decipher at a glance just why the Tacoma continues to reign supreme. It’s a topic discussed by Bound for Nowhere with Ashley Giordano on the Overland Journal podcast. They explain that after years of problematic vehicles, they turned to the Tacoma, as it removed the anxiety of breakdowns and thus allowed them to fall back in love with adventure. Overlanding is, first and foremost, about experiences in the great outdoors with people you love, and to this end, the Tacoma is a pinnacle platform. Cue today’s low-mileage 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road (55,600 miles), which showcases a broad array of top-tier parts and accessories and is topped with a well-appointed Alu-Cab Canopy camper. If you’re looking for a dialed overland-ready rig to hit the road with this summer and explore at home and abroad, look no further. 

 From the Seller:

Great truck and camper combo that’s been a secondary vehicle (not a daily driver) for fishing/camping excursions. All major modifications were completed by the pros at OK4WD/Alu-Cab USA using top-quality parts. Regular service and maintenance completed by the local Toyota dealership and Fowlers Gulf in Princeton, an independent owner/operator mechanic with over 40 years of experience. A folder with receipts from the Toyota dealer and Fowlers Gulf will be provided. The vehicle is mechanically sound and runs great. Clean title in hand. I’m the original and only owner. I can provide Carfax for serious inquiries. I’m willing to work with the buyer on fly and drive (Philadelphia International Airport) or shipping (buyer handles logistics and all costs). I can also have the vehicle ready for pickup at OK4WD if you’re looking to get any additional items added.”

2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road

The Tacoma is fitted with a dependable 3.5-liter V6 that delivers 278 horsepower, 265 pound-feet of torque, and returns a combined 20 mpg. An exceptionally long-lived motor and drivetrain are matched with class-leading capability thanks to 4WD, TRD tuned suspension (since upgraded), high and low range, a 1-inch lift (since increased), a locking rear differential, skid plates, and a number of intelligent systems such as Multi-Terrain Select, Crawl Control, and Hill Descent Control. Today’s offering also benefits from aftermarket modifications that further the Tacoma’s go-anywhere capability, including a Warn winch, Safari snorkel, CBI armor, ARB front recovery point, and more. Inside, these backcountry attributes are balanced with a well-equipped interior that showcases the following driver comforts: 

Parking sensors 
Power steering, windows, locks, and mirrors 
Air-conditioning 
Infotainment system with navigation 
Heated front seats 
Cruise control 
Center console with cupholders 
Rostra backup camera 
Powertray mount with touchscreen sPod 
Premium JBL audio 
Moonroof 
Blindspot monitoring 
Hondo Garage vent mounts for sPod and Ram phone holder 
Midland MXT275 GMRS radio and ghost antenna 

Distinguishing Features

ARB Summit bar with skid plate
AEV Crestone wheels with BFGoodrich tires 
Alu-Cab canopy camper with load bars, Shadow awning, side and back door mosquito netting, exterior rear MOLLE panels, tire carrier, and more
Warn Zeon-10S winch with synthetic line and Factor 55 Flatlink
Full Goose Gear interior
Wilde Custom Gear interior cloth MOLLE on interior bulkhead (original Alu-Cab bulkhead pouches included)
GP Factor/Dickinson propane stove and chimney with Expedition Essentials propane mount and tank
Old Man Emu suspension (shocks and springs) and airbags
CBI Expedition aluminum skid plates and sliders with tread plate
ARB Intensity lights (flood pattern)
Odyssey battery, Victron controller and monitor, Sunflare Solar 126-watt panel
ARB compressor mounted on Slee Offroad bracket
GP Factor backdoor MOLLE panels and drop-down table with cutting board
Alu-Cab folding table 
Victory Offroad front lower bulkhead MOLLE panel 

This 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road with an Alu-Cab Canopy camper is listed for $50,000 OBO and is currently located in New Jersey. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

Contact Information:               

Email: [email protected]

Instagram: 4xfish

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