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Reduced - 2010 Tacoma ACLB 4WD - low miles and warranty - $25,750 (Ithaca)

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condition: excellent
drive: 4wd
fuel: gas
odometer: 34200
paint color: black
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: pickup
Yes, that’s right. 2010. 34,000 miles. 100,000 mile warranty. And it just gets better. Read on.

I’ve always wanted a Tacoma, and purchased this 2010 SR5 V6 4WD ACLB (Access Cab/Long Bed) as a retirement gift to myself. I’ve driven it about 5000 miles. Over those miles, I’ve come to the conclusion that I just don’t need a truck anymore.

This vehicle is in fine condition inside and out. It’s totally stock - a blank canvas for anyone who’d like to make some mods and give it a little Taco swagger. Or, let it be your understated stock Tacoma that hauls well, looks great, and runs forever. With the long bed, trick it out for the perfect camper truck.

My mechanic had it up to do a wheel balance and said he’d never seen a Tacoma of that vintage with such a clean frame. To keep it that way, I had Krown Rust Protection (www.Krown.com) do a fluid-film type application last fall. Best treatment for any vehicle. Not tar-based Ziebart. Environmentally friendly, lanolin-based annual application that hits all parts (inside panels, etc)

And to top it all off, this truck comes with an excellent transferable warranty that covers A LOT. Expand the pic of the warranty brochure in photos. You have LEVEL 3 on this vehicle, which makes this truck pretty worry-free in terms of mechanicals for the next 6 years, or when the odometer trips 150,000 miles.

So, yeah, in the year 2030, or 150,000 miles, this warranty will expire, but based on this history of these trucks, you should have at least another 100,000 to go.

New (last fall) WeatherTech edge-to-edge floor mats and roll up tonneau cover. Stock Toyota hitch.

Sometimes the radio goes on by itself. Research tells me this is a typical Tacoma quirk.




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