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How Much Does a Toyota Sequoia Cost?

Toyota Sequoia SUV Prices


The Toyota Sequoia is a giant beast of an SUV. It comes in three trim levels, the SR5, Limited, and Platinum. This is the SUV Paul Bunyan would drive if he stopped chopping down trees in the forest and settled down with a family. There is even plenty of room in the back for Babe, the blue ox. Anyone can see from the looks of this vehicle that it is a stylish tank on wheels. It has a chrome grille that is similar to the Tundra and 18 inch standard alloy wheels. It's got the goods when it comes to the exterior; very handsome. Take a deeper look into this vehicle and find it's also an extremely comfortable and well designed vehicle on the inside as well as out.

Toyota Sequoia MSRP

2WD 4.6L V8 $39,580
2WD 5.7L V8 $40,205
4WD 4.6L V8 $42,805
4WD 5.7L V8 $43,430
4WD 5.7L V8 FFV $43,430
Sequoia Limited
2WD 5.7L V8 $49,690
4WD 5.7L V8 $52,915
4WD 5.7L V8 FFV $52,915
Sequoia Platinum
2WD 5.7L V8 $56,730
4WD 5.7L V8 $59,955
4WD 5.7L V8 FFV $59,955

The Platinum is a luxury SUV. It is too big to be anything but. With 18 cup holders, 2nd and 3rd row retractable sunshades, standard DVD and LCD flat screen for the back seat, it earns the right to be called such. It has lots more goodies like tinted windows, JBL speakers, and all power seats in the front.

The interior is well designed. The instrument gauges are set deep into the dash. There are three separate levels of zoning for heat and cooling. That's huge deal. Hot in the front but still cold in the rear? No problem. The second row of seating has captain's chairs. There is also a comfortable third row of seating that makes that makes this an eight person adventure vehicle.

The Toyota Sequoia made its debut in 2001. It was designed by Toyota to compete in the large SUV class, a class that was once ruled by Chevy Suburbans and GMC Yukons. Toyota knew they could compete in this class with their reputation for reliability. That's a big deal when you're spending 40K to 60K on an SUV.

During the years of 2001 to 2007 the Sequoia didn't compete as well with the interior of other large SUVs. It received a redesign in 2008 and really picked up the slack on the interior. It has a very cool interior now with an ergonomic design and all of the features that the other manufacturers are offering.

When it comes to power the Sequoia will not disappoint. The towing capacity is 6,900 for the 4.6L 310 HP engine. The towing capacity increases to 7,300 pound towing capacity when upgrading the engine to the 5.7L, 381 HP engine. Both are ample power for towing most things but if you need the extra power it may be a good choice to get the 5.7 Liter engine. The 5.7L engine is less than a $1,000 upgrade so it's really a great value. With the new 5.7L engine, the 2008 and beyond Sequoia has 40% more power than previous models. Nice!

This is definitely a best buy in class from Toyota. Because of the reliability of these vehicles and their history of few maintenance problems, they propel themselves to the top of the heap. The fact they last so long without mechanical issues makes it a smart choice.

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