Sharp Dressed in Midnight Black Metallic
Not just any black paint job, this 2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off-Road is finished in Midnight Black Metallic, a color known for hints of blue, purple, and green in the metallic flake. This comes through in the gallery, exhibiting overall excellent condition aside form minor scratches, noted by the owner, due to off-roading.
This 4Runner has been fully modified and outfitted for outdoor adventures, with an extensive list of upgrades. KMC KM544 Mesa 17” wheels finished in Satin Black are wrapped in Nitto Ridge Grappler rubber, sized 285/70 all around. The truck’s suspension has been raised with an Old Man Emu lift kit – adding approximately 2” up front and 3” out back – along with new upper control arms.
Up top, a Prinsu full-length drill rack has been installed along with a Yakima rooftop tent. Body upgrades include a low-profile front bumper with Badland Apex 12,000-pound winch, recovery hooks and high-clearance add-ons from Southern Style Off-Road. The TRD front skid plate is painted black and N-Fab nerf bars are mounted on both sides.
Aftermarket lighting components from Baja Designs include the S8 20” Spot LED light bar integrated into the front bumper, Squadron Sport Amber LED Wide Cornering fog lamps and Squadron Sport Amber LED Spot Ditch lights mounted in front of the windshield.
There is also a pair of rear-facing, Baja Designs S2 Sport Amber LED Wide Cornering chase lights mounted on the back of the roof rack. Headlamps have been upgraded with the H11 HID Low Beam kit and 9005 LED High Beam kit from Xenon Depot. All lights are shown operational in the gallery. LED tail lamps were standard factory equipment.
Recovery boards and a hi-lift jack will also accompany the sale. Additional exterior highlights include heated and power-adjustable side mirrors, rear mud flaps and the power tailgate window, a signature 4Runner feature that only adds to the old-school cool factor of these trucks. The owner has added a TRD Heritage Color badge on the C-pillar and window tint to complete the blacked-out style.
Per the owner, there is no rust present on the truck and no history of paint or bodywork.
Room for All Your Gear
The black cabin features fabric-upholstered seats with patterned inserts, black doors, dashboard, and carpeting along with a beige headliner. Amenities include a power-adjustable driver’s seat, all-weather 4Runner floor mats, cruise control and keyless entry.
The leather-wrapped multi-function steering wheel frames a central digital screen with vehicle information including the odometer readout. It is framed by a 7,000-rpm tachometer and 120-mph speedometer, with gauges for coolant temperature and fuel level above.
There is an overhead console with lighting and switchgear for stability control, Active Traction Control (A-TRAC), and the locking rear differential. The left-hand dial manages settings for the low-speed Crawl Control system, while the right-hand dial is used to select driving modes from the Multi-Terrain Select system.
Additional cabin highlights include the cleanly installed switch bank with exterior lighting controls, factory stereo with CD player and touchscreen infotainment display with backup camera. There are 12-volt outlets in both rows and the cargo area, which also includes 120-volt power and 4Runner mat.
Scuffs and scrapes on interior panels up front, on the headliner, and in the cargo area due to camping, skiing and hiking equipment hauling are highlighted in the gallery.
Off-Road Tech Powerhouse
Powering this overland adventurer is Toyota’s 4.0L DOHC 24-valve V6 that made 270 hp and 278 lb-ft of torque when new. It is paired with a 5-speed automatic driving the rear wheels, or all four with the dual-range transfer case. Factory equipment includes a locking rear differential, Multi-Terrain Select and Crawl Control.
Multi-Terrain Select is a factory system that modifies engine throttle and traction control depending on chosen drive mode – Mud and Sand, Loose Rock, Mogul or Rock. Crawl Control is akin to low-speed cruise control, designed to keep the 4Runner moving slowly on rough terrain, by modulating throttle and braking, so the driver can focus on steering.
Complete service records from new will accompany the sale, with the most recent maintenance consisting a new gas cap to clear a check engine light.
Located in Sierra Vista, Arizona, this 2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off-Road was purchased new by the seller in March 2019. It comes with factory documentation. As evidenced by the gallery and extensive list of upgrades, the owner set out to make this 4Runner an extremely capable overland adventure truck suited for true outdoor enthusiasts. Based on the action shots showing it out in the wild, it is safe to say this Midnight Black Metallic bruiser is up to the task.