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2024 Toyota Tacoma Trailhunter Revealed

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I don't know if there's any big truck fans here, but the new Tacoma was revealed and it's a pretty sweet truck.

Official: 2024 Toyota Tacoma is here

All-New Trailhunter: Go Far
Tacoma introduces the all-new Trailhunter grade to the lineup of rugged Toyota Trucks. Toyota has long been a top choice for overlanders due to its legendary quality, durability, and reliability, and now enthusiasts can get a factory-developed overlander straight from Toyota. To help bring Trailhunter to life, Toyota worked with renowned Australian-based ARB to co-develop Old Man Emu (OME) position sensitive 2.5-inch forged monotube shocks with rear external piggyback style remote reservoirs, a steel rear bumper, robust rear recovery points, and a bed utility bar with removeable MOLLE panels. ARB engineering even worked on-site at Toyota alongside the project development team to co-develop Trailhunter. With either 5- or 6-foot bed Double Cab configurations available, serious overlanders can take their Trailhunters to the next level with available light- or heavy-duty versions of a full ARB bed rack to support additional gear like rooftop tents, canopies, or a camp shower.

The OME shocks along with the 33-inch Goodyear Territory R/T tires boost up Trailhunter an additional two inches in the front and one and a half inches in the rear. A high-clearance trail exhaust tip is also standard along with a low-profile high-mount Trailhunter Air Intake that is routed up the passenger-side A pillar to source cleaner air to the i-FORCE MAX. Trailhunter protection includes rock rails and a multitude of hot-stamped high strength steel skid plates for serious off-the-grid-adventure capabilities straight from the factory.

Trailhunter is also equipped with a bronze-colored “TOYOTA” heritage-inspired grille with an integrated 20-inch LED light bar that’s complemented by white/yellow color switching RIGID LED fog lamps. Lighting in the Trailhunter’s bed is triangulated to help avoid dark spots, and integrated bed side scene lights help illuminate the area surrounding the bed for setting up camp at night. A powerful 2400W AC inverter provides juice to two locations in the cabin and the rear deck where both 12V and USBs can also be found to power other devices such as an ARB Fridge Freezer. Trailhunter also comes pre-wired for accessories with three auxiliary toggle switches on the dashboard.

In addition to Toyota Genuine parts and accessories, additional accessories are available through the recently announced Associated Accessory Products program (AAP) for customers to customize their Tacoma Trailhunter exactly the way they want straight from Toyota’s participating dealerships. The AAP ecosystem will continue to evolve over time and currently includes over 100 accessories such as off-road recovery gear, rack attachment brackets for storage gear, outdoor sporting equipment carriers, and more. These products can also be conveniently rolled into customer’s monthly payments, and they aren’t exclusive to Trailhunter, either, making accessorizing Tacoma through Toyota easier than ever.


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While there is nothing really wrong with your post........
We normally expect that your FIRST post would be about motorcycles.

Do you ride ? If so, what ??

And what motivates you to post about trucks instead ???

If no response is received to my questions within a few days,
your post will be deleted.......along with your account.
While there is nothing really wrong with your post........
We normally expect that your FIRST post would be about motorcycles.

Do you ride ? If so, what ??

And what motivates you to post about trucks instead ???

If no response is received to my questions within a few days,
your post will be deleted.......along with your account.
This was posted by a person who works at the same parent company that owns Motorcycle.com to promote another forum owned by that same company, VerticalScope. At least, there is a slight connection between motorcycles and trucks.

The way of the world…
This was posted by a person who works at the same parent company that owns Motorcycle.com to promote another forum owned by that same company, VerticalScope.
How do you know that ?

As the only moderator here, exactly how am I supposed to know that ??

I was about to delete it as SPAM.
How do you know that ?

As the only moderator here, exactly how am I supposed to know that ??

I was about to delete it as SPAM.

First, thank you for your support of this forum.

I’m the editor of Motorcycle.com, and I landed on this post when I discovered it in Motorcycle.com’s Facebook feed. I hope my reply didn’t seem snarky. If so, it wasn’t intended to. I just dashed off a reply and went back to work.

Someone should have let you know what was going on. I suspect there are moderators in other VS forums wondering what is going on, too.

Thanks again.
Someone should have let you know what was going on. I suspect there are moderators in other VS forums wondering what is going on, too.
Spot on.
Hopefully that will be communicated to the person doing the posting.
Thanks for the reply.
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