2018 TRD Pro: Oregon
This TRD Pro would make make an excellent platform for someone that wants to have a lightweight truck camper and still be able to get to out of the way places (Beach, Desert, Baja, Alaska, etc.).
Selling my new near Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro. This is an actual TRD Pro. 15,xxx highway miles as of this writing. I haven't even had the opportunity to use the 4x4 off-road! Again, never offroad. Absolutely perfect in every way. 5,000, 10,000 and 15,000 services performed at local Toyota dealer. Rokblokz mudflaps added. Includes a Gladiator Cargo Gear bed webbing (used once, cost $134 -comes with carrying case and fits nicely behind the rear seats). Will also include a Dakine DLX tailgate pad that is new in the box. All the TRD Pro bells and whistles (3.5-liter V6 engine that delivers 278 horsepower and 265 pound-feet of torque. This is an increase from the standard Toyota Tacoma's 159 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque, TRD Pro Active Traction Control (A-TRAC), Rigid Industries® LED fog lights for better visibility, leather-trimmed steering wheel, leather-trimmed shift lever, TRD Pro floor mats, and TRD Pro shift knob. The Entune™ Premium Audio with Integrated Navigation and App Suite is a top end audio system with a 7-inch touch screen display and six speakers, factory Fox Shocks, Toyota Safety Sense, and so on).
No dings, nothing. When purchased in June, I also had a big Ram 5500 truck. I did not need another tow vehicle and wanted this is a daily driver, and lightweight, agile, camper setup, etc. I unexpectedly sold my Ram, so that leaves me in need of a one-ton tow vehicle (The TRD Pro can tow up to 6400#, but I need more). That is the only reason I am selling. I love this little pickup. Save thousands and no waiting! Located just east of The Dalles. Oregon. Tags good until 2022.
The price is firm. No Trades. No Brokers. Please PM only if interested. I had planned on a FWC Swift popup for this pickup. Didn't get around to it. In addition, Palomino also has a camper for this pickup as does Gofast campers. I'm sure there are others as well, including the EarthCruiser GZL. Pic with FWC Swift Popup is not of my rig.
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