Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
This 2001 Toyota Tacoma has the kind of robust reputation that we wouldn\'t be surprised if it went through Armageddon and still started on the first crank. And when this is also loaded with features, has the PreRunner\'s awesome stance, and has the XtraCab\'s versatile rear seat, it makes for an irresistible deal on something that\'s known to be nearly indestructible.
Toyota fans know the PreRunner is something quite fun. It has the flared fenders and 4x4 stance in a lighter RWD package that was inspired by how professionals like their trucks set up to pre-run and map out off-road courses like the Baja races. But while there\'s history here, you just love it for its intimidating stance. There\'s also a premium look with a nice glow to the Imperial Jade Mica paint, bright chrome bumpers, a new windshield, and clean flush-mounted headlights of the updated face from the later part of the series. There\'s even a full-length pinstripe to help show off how straight the body panels are. This looks good out on the streets, but nothing here is ever too fancy or perfect to get down to real work... and we bet that\'s what you want from a truck. Later 16-inch Toyota alloys, side step bars, a full bed liner, and a proper trailer hitch all add to this overall feeling that this truck is both stylish and useful.
Inside, the door panels, dash, cloth seats, and so much more look original and well-preserved for this truck\'s age and full mileage. So the overall condition tells you this is a Toyota that has been treated with respect. You get high-back bucket seatbacks up front, and the center console folds up if you need to carry one more person. The XtraCab means useful rear jump seats and a nice place for added secured storage. There are all the right modern features, like cold-blowing air conditioning, power windows, power locks, cruise control, cup holders, a tilt steering column, and dual airbags. There\'s even upgraded driving music thanks to the AM/FM/CD/XM stereo with USB and Bluetooth.
Toyota\'s 3.4-liter V6 is from a long line of robust powerplants. These are great all-around motors where the fuel injection, multi-valves, and DOHC give you good acceleration around town. Plus, the big torque gets you through the rough terrain. And this powerhouse feels particularly nice thanks to recent investments that include the timing belt replacement, belts, hoses, and radiator. The lifted suspension gives you a nice stance and is useful for real truck duty, but even on those days when you\'re just going around town, this Toyota feels right. There have been good investments in newer front-end components to keep this feeling solid on the road. Plus, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive make this as comfortable as a commuter.
Complete with the owner\'s manual, this is the sturdy truck with the features, room, and versatility you demand. So don\'t miss this affordable do-all Toyota. Call today!!!
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