SOLD: 2004 Toyota 4runner SR5 4.0 AUT, 161 000 km - PRICE DROP: 8868 USD

1 post / 0 new
#1 Wed, 01/09/2019 - 15:57

SOLD: 2004 Toyota 4runner SR5 4.0 AUT, 161 000 km - PRICE DROP: 8868 USD

THIS VEHICLE WAS SOLD, KEEPING THE TOPIC JUST FOR INFORMATION.

 

Price: 10 000 8868 USD
Place: Santiago de Chile

Ready to go offroader with rooftop tent and full camping setup. 2004. Low km's (161k). Chilean plates. 3 month old tires (18k km’s). Available now in Santiago, Chile. US$8868

EDIT:
Price dropped to 8868 USD, as we want to sell the car quickly. The car has just passed full mechanical check after necessary maintenance and is ready to hit the road.  

PRICE CHANGE - 8868 USD
Currency conversion error by Suzi resulted in too low price in USD. Price corrected to reflect price in CLP (5 800 000).

We’re the third owner of the car and made it our home for 3 months. Previous overlanders bought it from chilean and converted to the camper themselves. All the camping gear and the rooftop tent were bought brand new then, so the gear was being used only for about 6 months and is in good condition.

The car is perfect to explore South America including Chile, Argentina and Bolivia. The car has been very reliable and have never failed us. We were climbing some Andean peaks in remote regions, the car had no issues driving us up to 5725 m (Sairecabur - start of trail) or Refugio Atacama at Nevado Ojos del Salado (5100 m, rocky 4x4 road). It also behaved perfectly on Atacama desert, Bolivian Altiplano and Carretera Austral. The car is 15 years old so there are some scratches and traces of wear on the exterior.

Vehicle Specs:
Very good condition 2004 Toyota 4Runner 4x4 (full 4wd to allow you to find the best camping spots)
Engine: 4L V6 (Great engine - average consumption 12.5L/100km - counting off-roading, highways and driving at a high attitude). Refueling statistics available for the curious.
Currently on 161 050 km's. Mileage history report available.
Automatic transmission. Cruise control.
OEM car alarm with remote door locking.
Working and strong air conditioning.
Tinted rear windows.

Maintenance History:
124000km - Front and rear brakes
124000km - Wheel alignment
130000km - New battery
132000km - Oil filter and oil change
138000km - Air filter
139750km - Oil filter and oil change
142449km - Full mechanical check + report (available on request)
142556km - New set (4) of all-terrain tires
142556km - New battery (old one died after sitting for 6 months in the garage)
142556km - Oil filter and oil change
149739km - Air filter and throttle cleaning, injector cleaner
160200km - AC filter cleaning, AC compressor O-ring replacement, AC refill
161050km - Oil filter and oil change, CV joint boots replacement, wheel alignment
161050km - Full mechanical check + report (available on request)

Revision Tecnica passed in November 2018, expires September 2019
Permisio de circulation and SOAP insurance paid until March 2019

Camping Setup:
Rooftop tent:
One of the biggest on the market, very easy to use and made from durable canvas. Just unzip the rain cover, pull on the ladder and the whole thing pops up ready to go in one piece - no need for poles or an extra fly. Stands up to wind and rain, comfortable and the overhanging entrance provides great shade/rain cover eliminating the need for an awning (see photos). Wall to wall built in mattress included: internal dimensions 2.3mx1.7m and 1.2m at tallest point.

Bedding:
King size warm duvet and duvet cover
2x Pillows + 4x Pillow cases
King size fleece blanket
2x Cushions

Full camping set up:
2x Camping chairs
Collapsable table
40L fridge (12V or 230V) to keep your meat and drinks cold
Dual burner camping stove - uses propane gas canisters
Kettle, frying pan, pot, strainer, toaster
Charcoal BBQ
1.9L Thermos
3x Large organiser tubs
All your cutlery needs plus glasses, cups, plates, bowls, cooking and BBQ utensils
Chopping board
Dishwashing and cleaning equipment including bucket
2x fishing rods, reels and a few lures
1.5 pairs of trekking poles

Car Interior:
2x wardrobe organisers
Netting on ceiling for storage
Rear seats removed to allow space for storage and sleeping/lounging in the back of the car

Additional Extras:
2x 20L Jerry cans - recommended for when you want to go to some remote places especially the lakes region in Bolivia
20L Bidon for water
40L solar shower - also good for storing some extra water for long trips
Additional 12V car battery (for emergency jump-starting the car or charging devices overnight)
12V AC Battery charger
5m Extension cord and multi-plug (all Chilean plugs)
Bluetooth FM Transmitter
12V-to-230V inverter (150W max).
Safety kit (compulsory in some countries - includes fire extinguisher, hi-viz, triangle, etc)
Jumper cables (never needed it for our car, but helped 2 other :))
Steering Lock
Wheel Clamp
Straps and bungy cords
Window shades and windscreen reflector

Tools included: Ratchet set, oil filter wrench, carpet knife, pillars, spare fuses, multimeter, tire puncture repair kit.

Write to us at [email protected] if you're interested or need further details. Please, allow us some time to respond, as we’re still travelling and have limited access to the internet.

AttachmentSize
Image icon exterior361.58 KB
Image icon exterior710.27 KB
Image icon rooftop tent626.28 KB
Image icon exterior316.73 KB
Image icon cooking512.28 KB
Image icon exterior361.1 KB
Image icon exterior293.68 KB
Image icon rooftop tent428.62 KB
Image icon rooftop tent - inside267.99 KB
Image icon interior - front306.43 KB
Image icon interior - front274.82 KB
Image icon interior - back (empty)303.07 KB
Image icon interior prepared for sleeping339.45 KB
Image icon interior - back (with all the stuff)299.05 KB
Image icon interior - organizers344.51 KB