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Autotrader Find: Ridiculously Modified 2015 Toyota 4Runner

If you want to buy the most highly modified Toyota 4Runner in the world, well, here’s your chance. This 2015 Toyota 4Runner is offered by a private seller in Southern California, and, I mean, just look at it. It has yellow wheels. It’s been lifted an entire foot. It has a ladder. See the 2015 Toyota 4Runner models for sale near you

Indeed, the modifications to this 4Runner go above and beyond what most people — or, really, what anyone — would reasonably do with their SUV. Even old 4Runners don’t get modified this much, but this one especially stands out because it’s not old at all — it’s a relatively new 2015 4Runner with just 2,948 miles. It’s still under warranty. Or, at least, it was, before all the modifications.

I say "all the modifications" because this 4Runner is truly full of them. In addition to the 12-inch lift and the yellow wheels, it has yellow suspension bits. The backs of the seats are yellow. There’s a huge roof rack and the aforementioned (custom-made) ladder to reach it. There’s a giant rear-mounted spare tire, which may render the tailgate inoperable. There are loads of off-roading gear and equipment. There’s a front winch. There are three huge LED light bars.

Effectively, this is the most tricked-out 4Runner I’ve ever seen, and it truly looks like a SEMA build — though the description doesn’t mention anything about it. The Carfax report shows that Toyota itself may have been the truck’s first owner, as it was sold new and registered in Torrance, California — formerly home to Toyota’s U.S. headquarters — and not driven for the first six months of its life. With that said, it’s hard to know when the modifying happened, so it may have been after that with the second owner.

Either way, this mega 4Runner can be yours, but at a substantial cost: The asking price is $79,995, which is double what a brand-new 4Runner costs out of the box. But then, a brand-new 4Runner doesn’t have yellow wheels. Find a 2015 Toyota 4Runner for sale

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Wow, I’m 95% sure that same 4 Runner was for sale for a little less than $50,000 on race-dezert classifieds less than 6 months ago.

  2. I vote that this be the NEWEST DOUG CAR!  I mean… the defender is Yellow… and it costs like $80k… but it is also ANCIENT… and well not really all that interesting.  THIS, on the other hand… is INTERESTING!  I mean, it even has a roof tent!!!  Try doing that in the Defender!

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Doug Demuro
Doug DeMuro writes articles and makes videos, mainly about cars. Doug was born in Denver, Colorado, and received an economics degree from Emory University in Atlanta. After graduation, Doug spent three years working for Porsche Cars North America. Eventually, he quit his job to become a writer, largely because it meant that he no longer had to wear pants. Doug’s work has been featured in a multitude of magazine publications and websites, including here at Autotrader — where he launched the Oversteer enthusiast blog — along with Jalopnik, GQ, and The Week. His YouTube channel has hundreds of published videos and has racked up hundreds of millions of views. Today, Doug lives in San Diego, California, with his 1997 Land Rover Defender 90 NAS, 2005 Ford GT, and 2012 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Wagon.

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