Off Road Vehicles for Sale

In our modified off road vehicles for sale section, you will find pretty much everything starting from simple lifted 4×4 SUVs for recreational off-roading and camping trips up to professionally built prerunners, rock crawlers, and overland expedition vehicles. With builds from novice to pro-level, our curated listings connect sellers and buyers in one place.

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Off-Road Trucks, 4×4 SUV & Crossovers

Supercharged Baja-Style Tacoma Prerunner With Long Travel Suspension

Supercharged Toyota Tacoma Pre Runner with Total Chaos Long Travel Kit

Make Model: Toyota Tacoma TRD Spor
Year: 2015

Price: $38,000

Mileage: 84,000

Location: Garden Grove, CA

Class: Prerunner

Ford E350 Econoline QUADVAN Conversion Off-road Camper Build

Ford E350 Econoline QUADVAN Conversion Off-road Camper Build

Make Model: Ford E350 Quadvan
Year: 2009

Price: $27,000

Mileage: 148,000

Location: New York City

Class: Overland Van

Trial-ready Jeep Cherokee XJ Pre Runner on 35”s with 5” Lift

Trial-ready Jeep Cherokee XJ Pre Runner on 35”s with 5” Lift

Make Model: Jeep Cherokee
Year: 1997

Price: $18,500

Mileage: 500 Miles after rebuild

Location: Bend, OR

Class: Off-Road Vehicle

Lifted Ford E250 Adventure Van With 6” Lift and 35s

Lifted Ford E250 Adventure Van With 6” Lift and 35s

Make Model: Ford E250
Year: 2013

Price: $89,000

Mileage: 80,000

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Class: Overland Van

Lifted Volvo V60 Cross Country on Falken WildPeak A/T Trail tires

Adventure Wagon – Volvo V60 Cross Country With Off-road Wheels

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For Sale: 2015 All Terrain Warrior Mitsubishi FUSO FG4X4 Overland Expedition Truck

2015 All Terrain Warrior Mitsubishi FUSO FG4X4 Overland Expedition Truck

Make Model: Mitsubishi Fuso
Year: 2015

Price: $300,000

Mileage: 52,120

Location: Fort Laramie, WY

Class: Global Overland

For Sale: 2021 Ford F250 Overland Build with OEV Camp-X camper

2021 Ford F250 Overland Build with OEV Camp-X camper

Make Model: Ford F250
Year: 2021

Price: $169,000

Mileage: 19,000

Location: Boise, ID

Class: Overland Truck Camper

For Sale: 2020 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off-Road with iKamper Skycamp Mini

2020 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off-Road with iKamper Skycamp Mini

Make Model: Toyota Tacoma
Year: 2020

Price: $48,000

Mileage: 25,000

Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Class: Overland Truck

Hummer H2 SUT on 35s – Overlanding Dream

Make Model: Hummer H2 SUT
Year: 2005

Price: $34,995

Mileage: 117,270

Location: Phoenix, AZ

Class: Overland Truck

For Sale: Super Clean Subaru Baja truck with A.R.E. Camper Shell and Low Miles

Super Clean Subaru Baja truck with A.R.E. Camper Shell and Low Miles

Make Model: Subaru Baja
Year: 2006

Price: $29,000

Mileage: 65,000

Location: Phoenix, AZ

Class: Overland Truck/Crossover

When it comes to off-roading, trucks, SUVs and specialty vehicles get all the glory. But with the right modifications, even regular cars can handle surprisingly rugged terrain. Adding modest lifts, all-terrain tires, skid plates, and underbody protection transforms on-road vehicles into capable overland rigs. Crossovers like the Subaru Outback have surprising off-road chops thanks to generous ground clearance and advanced AWD.

With small lifts and big tires, crossovers tackle dirt, mud and forest trails well. For more extreme terrain, trucks like the Ford F-150 Raptor and SUVs like the Jeep Wrangler excellent offroaders, stock or modified. And vehicles like the Toyota 4Runner readily accept mods like armor, suspensions, and winches to increase capability. For part-time off-road fun on a budget, modified cars and crossovers can fit the bill.

  • Pickup Trucks
  • Jeeps for Off-Roading
  • Toyota SUVs
  • 4×4 Trucks

Overland & Expedition

For those seeking adventure off the beaten path, a used overland build can provide the perfect platform. Rugged, go-anywhere expedition trucks allow you to get far into the wilderness while carrying all the gear you need to camp and live self-sufficiently. When shopping for a pre-built overlander, look for features like roof top tents, storage organizers, recovery gear and upgrades. 

Truck campers are popular for their carrying capacity while vans like Sprinters and Sportsmobiles offer spacious living quarters. Sidewinders and EarthRoamers take luxury overlanding to the extreme. Do your research to find the right mix of features, reliability, and capability. Choose an 4WD overland rig based on the terrain and distances you plan to cover. Then get out there and explore the farthest reaches of the world from the comfort of your own modified camper.

  • Camper Trucks
  • Adventure Vans
  • Overland Rigs for Off-Grid Travel

Rock Crawers

For extreme off-roading, customized rock crawlers and highly modified rigs reign supreme. With massive tires, specialty suspensions, armored bodies and powerful engines, these machines conquer boulders, mud, and steep trails. Axle articulation, approach angle, skid plates and spotters are key for hardcore rock crawling. While not great for long distances, modified 4x4s can traverse incredibly tough terrain. If you crave technical off-road challenges, a custom built rock crawler is the ultimate machine.

Prerunners & Desert Builds

When speed and big air takes precedence over technical terrain, prerunner trucks and trophy trucks deliver thrilling performance. Built for high-speed desert racing, prerunners are production trucks with long-travel suspensions, beefed up frames, and ride heights optimized for whoops and jumps.

When buying a used prerunner, inspect the suspension and frame carefully. Look for signs of damage or bent components from hard landings. Test the suspension’s full travel range and shock rebound to ensure proper function. Check that electrical components and lights work reliably to avoid being stranded far from help. And take time to examine the engine, transmission, and cooling system for needed repairs or upgrades to handle desert racing conditions.

Dune Buggies & Baja Bugs

Baja bugs and dune buggies deliver big thrills at low cost. Based on air-cooled Volkswagen Beetle chassis, Baja bugs are customized with suspension lifts, big tires, and tuned engines to handle sandy trails and desert terrain. Though sparse in amenities, their lightweight simplicity provides agile handling. Dune buggies offer an open-cockpit design with tube frames and fiberglass bodies ideal for blasting across desert sands.

Affordable Off-Roaders

You don’t need to spend a fortune to get started in off-roading. There are plenty of budget-friendly used 4x4s under $5,000 to build skills without breaking the bank. Older trucks, Jeeps, and SUVs can be modified with modest lifts, all-terrain tires and skid plates to handle trails. Stick to basic vehicles with good bones, then add incremental upgrades over time for capable and affordable weekend adventure rigs.

  • Under $5k – Isuzu Trooper, Honda Passport 2nd Gen, Chevy Blazer, GMC Jimmy etc.
  • Under $10k Entry-Level – Subaru Forester SH, Toyota Sequoia 1st Gen etc.
  • New Inventory from Dealers – Ford Bronco, Jeep Wrangler, Toyota 4Runner etc.
  • Used Inventory (Pre-Owned) – Lexus GX470, Toyota Land Cruiser 200, Mercedes G Class etc.


Scouring classified ads and dealerships to find off-road vehicle nearby takes time and effort. Instead, let the power of the internet bring a wide selection of options right to your area. Search major classified sites by both make/model and your zip code to uncover 4x4s for sale close by. Expand your search radius incrementally to view listings in easy driving distance. Test drive and inspect local offerings in person, then coordinate delivery if needed – with online searches, the off-roader of your dreams could be for sale just around the corner.

Expert Advice on Buying Used Off Road Vehicles

Why Buying a Modified Offroader Saves you Thousands

“Purchasing an off-roader that’s already modified can save you thousands compared to upgrading a stock model yourself. With crucial upgrades like lifted suspension, rugged wheels and tires, and protective armor already added, you get a fully loaded rig at a fraction of the cost. And you can hit the trails right away instead of spending weekends in the garage wrenching or dealing with backorders”. – Matt Grabli, Editor at

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