Tacoma With A Safari Snorkel Going Through A Deep Washout Covered With 4″ Thick Ice

Toyota Tacoma Off Road

Tacoma With A Safari Snorkel Going Through A Deep Washout Covered With 4″ Thick Ice

Let’s see what this mid-size pickup truck is capable of. The first generation Tacoma was classified as a compact pickup truck, while the second one is a mid-size and became Motor Trend Magazine‘s truck of the year for 2005. The majority of the development process was handled by Hino in Japan with their two winning designers – Shigeya Hattori and Hideo Karikomi. The second generation Tacoma was unveiled at the Chicago Auto Show in 2004. The new bigger and more powerful pickup truck was available in eighteen different configurations.

You could order Tacoma with three different cab configurations – regular cab, access cab and double cab. Four transmission were available – you could choose between a four- or five-speed automatic gearbox when it comes to automatic, or a five- or six-speed manual transmission. On the other hand this pickup truck could be only equipped with 2 petrol engines – a 4.0-liter 1GR-FE V6 engine that outputs 236 horsepower and 266 lb. ft. of torque and a 2.7-liter 2TR-FE 4-cylinder in-line engine that produces 159 horsepower and 180 lb. ft. of torque.

The truck that we are going to see here is a 2010 Toytoa Tacoma featuring a double cab and a 4.0-liter V8 engine under the hood. The truck is lifter and is equipped with a Safari snorkel. If you live in areas where heavy snowfall occurs regularly and the road conditions are terrible, you will now find out why this off road beast is ideal to have out in the snowy terrain.

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You will see why it is so important to have ARB air lockers in such situations. With their help you could easily get out of such icy situations and go back to battling the snowy roads. This truck is going through a deep washout covered with thick ice. On the top of that the guy took his dog with him – we hope his dog enjoys off-roading as much as his owner does.

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