This 2002 Toyota Tacoma 4×4 is a modified double cab pickup that is equipped with a 3.4L DOHC V6, an automatic transmission, and the TRD package. The seller is a Mercedes-Benz master mechanic who has personally maintained and modified the truck during his six-year ownership. He is reportedly the second owner and has added approximately 75k of the 116k indicated miles. Recent maintenance included a timing belt replacement along with the installation of new tires, front brake rotors, axle shafts, sway bar links, belts, and filters. Modifications consist of a 3” lift, Bilstein shocks, a Borla muffler, transmission coolers, LED lighting, bed liner, and more as described in the listing below. This Tacoma is now being offered for sale at no reserve with a clean Carfax and a clean Colorado title in the seller’s name.
The truck is finished in Lunar Mist Metallic with matching fender flares. According to the seller, a rear end collision that occurred last year resulted in a replacement of the tailgate and left rear spring in addition to repairs of the left side of the bed, though no accidents are listed on the included Carfax report. Rock chips and small dings are reportedly present in the finish, which is pictured up close in the gallery below.
Factory 16” alloy wheels have been painted gray and wear new TreadWright Guard Dog All-Terrain tires. A 3” lift has been added along with Bilstein shocks, Toytec rear shackles, and a front differential drop kit. The front and rear bumpers have been removed and a Borla muffler was installed.
An auxiliary 130-amp alternator powers LED lighting all around, with clear corners and Hella fog lights protected by 3M film up front. A new bed liner has been added, as has a custom rack, bed extender, lockable tailgate, and window tint.
The seller installed additional insulation in the doors, along with rubber floor mats, a new windshield, LED lights, and an aftermarket head unit with Bluetooth. An area of discoloration on the dash and some scratches on various interior plastic components are noted. 116k miles are shown on the digital odometer, approximately 75k of which were added by the seller.
Power is sent from the 3.4L four-cam V6 through an automatic gearbox and 2-speed transfer case to both axles. The timing belt was recently replaced by the seller, along with the spark plugs, front brake rotors, front sway bar links, and front axle shafts. Modifications include a lightweight crankshaft pulley, an oil filter relocation kit and catch can, dual transmission coolers with an inline filter, and a fuel system cut-off switch.
A rear differential breather hose has been added, and several undercarriage photos are viewable in the gallery.
The Carfax report shows no issues and lists history in Georgia and Colorado. The rear end collision that was disclosed by the seller is not shown on the report. A walk-around, running, and cold start video have been provided below.