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2013 Toyota Tacoma Trd Crew Cab 4x4 4wd 4-door 4.0l Lifted Low Miles 4 Door Nav on 2040-cars

US $31,500.00
Year:2013 Mileage:11000
Location:

Dade City, Florida, United States

Dade City, Florida, United States

2013 Tacoma 4X4 , One owner , I bought it new, added a mild 3" lift leveling kit , rides like stock, Goodyear Wrangler  285/75/17  tires, roughly 33" tall, 17" level 8 rims, added Kenwood touchscreen, DVD, Navigation, HD radio , steering wheel controls still works. Radio has bluetooth , can make phone calls, and stream music, plus has USB which can play music or movies. Radio receives HD channels and regular broadcast , added Sirius XM tuner.
Also added N-Fab Nerf  step bars.

Radio also has alpine PDX-9 , 5 channel amp to power up 2 10" alpine subwoofers behind the rear seat. Other speakers were changed as well , contact for details.

If by chance you dont car about the stereo upgrade , I will deduct $500 and remove the subwoofers and amp, But will leave Kenwood radio intact with XM.

Thats pretty much the things I changed from stock, Otherwise everything else is stock.

Truck came with the TRD Off Road package , Rear diff lock , A-trac, hill dissent, 3.73 gear ratio, skid plates , a/c outlet in bed.

Truck has fatory backup camera , which is also tied into the Kenwood radio , shows both places at once.

Truck is like new still just over 11k miles , always serviced at Toyota. Truck has NEVER been off road. I am a adult over 40 and take care of my vehicles , truck never has bugs left on it, waxed every 3 months , washed weekly as needed.
Never Wrecked , always babied, but I did manage to dent the tailgate on the top left side, see pics, very small, but just being honest. No other dents or problems. Nearly Perfect all around.
runs and drives great, tires are 95% or better. Interior no defects.

Buyer of this truck must be prepared for random people approaching you telling you "Nice Truck" , I get this alot when I stop for gas , even have people taking pics of it on several occasions.

Truck is SOLD AS IS , still under Factory Warranty.
I owe Toyota still for the truck , so title not in hand , but should not be a problem.
Any questions , call or text 352-206-4098  I am in Dade City , Fl. Thats 15 north of Tampa Fl.

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