A Tundra for people that want to run over stuff. GR Auto Gallery is selling this highly modified 2016 Toyota Tundra TRD Off-Road 1794 Edition for $42,900 out of their Grand Rapids, MI showroom. This unique rig was nicely optioned from the showroom with the 1794 package (think King Ranch, but Toyota) and a number of premium options, but has since been extensively built by SDHQ Motorsports in Gilbert, AZ. Highlights include a trick Icon Vehicle Dynamics suspension setup, a custom camo wrap, step bars, S&B air intake and air filter, LED light bars and fog lights, a Pro Comp skid plate, aftermarket wheels and tires, a trailer brake controller, and exhaust and stereo speaker upgrades.
Have a peek at a quick walkaround video below:
About This 2016 Toyota Tundra TRD Off-Road 1794 Edition.
This 44,165 mile Tundra started life as a 2016 Toyota Tundra TRD Off-Road optioned with the 1794 Edition package (more on that below), an already capable off-road vehicle that could be used as a daily driver if you so choose. Those who know, do both.
The Tundra is powered by Toyota’s 3UR-FE 5.7L V8, a 32-valve DOHC motor, a wildly durable motor that has Toyota put through more than 800,000 miles od durability testing. It’s mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission, a part-time selectable four-wheel-drive system, an automatic limited-slip differential (Auto LSD), and a 4.30:1 axle. 5.7-liter V8 Tundras came from the factory with the towing package, which adds engine oil and transmission coolers, an integrated trailer hitch, and larger than standard brakes.
The 2nd generation Tundra received a major mid-cycle refresh in 2014, including styling enhancements like a larger grill, more pronounced fenders, and a restyled tailgate and tail lights. On the inside, refreshes included new seats, gauges, controls, vastly improved ergonomics, and a redesigned dashboard.
What’s a 1794 Edition Tundra?
In 2014, Toyota introduced a new “1794” luxury trim package for the Tundra, which is akin to the King Ranch Ford or High Country Chevy. The name comes from the year in which the cattle ranch that Toyota’s Texas factory sits upon was founded. All 1794 Tundras come equipped with heated and ventilated front seats, wood trim, a premium audio system, and more.
Specifications & Features:
With 44,165 miles on the clock, this Tundra is still relatively new, especially by Toyota standards. The seller has provided documentation of a couple of minor cosmetic imperfections in the gallery, but outside of that, this truck is mechanically and cosmetically sound. Underbody photos have also been provided which show a frame that is devoid of rust issues.
Here are some of the highlights and specifications of this beastly Tundra:
MECHANICAL & DRIVE:
- 5.7L DOHC 32 Valve V8 Motor
- 6-Speed Automatic Transmission
- 4.30:1 Axle
- S&B Air Intake/Filter
- Trailer Brake Controller
- Limited Slip Differential
- Access Cab Configuration
- Sunset Bronze Mica Paint
- Matte Black Camo Wrap
- 67” Bed
- 20” XD Wheels (Color Matched)
- LED Light Bar & Fog Lamps
- Step Bars
- Spray-In Bedliner
- Pro Comp Skid Plate
- Custom Color-Matched 1794 Floor Mats
- Tan Leather-Trimmed Seating for Five
- Entune Premium JBL Sound System w/Navigation
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