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Used 2016 Toyota Platinum in Dulles, VA

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2016 Toyota
Sequoia

$42,998* 29K miles
CarMax Raleigh
$99 Transfer to your store - NC to VA
$99 Transfer to your store - NC to VA
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Location: CarMax Raleigh in Raleigh, North Carolina 27612
Description: Used 2016 Toyota Sequoia Platinum for sale - $42,998, 29,465 miles with Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Auto Cruise Control, Pwr Folding Third Row, Leather Seats, JBL Sound System, Satellite Radio Ready
Transmission: Automatic Color:Gray Interior Color: Brown Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews) I have this car for a long term rental due to my car being stolen and things being tied up with insurance related to that. I cannot wait to give it back and get something else. Pros: - Pretty cool perks for being such a cheap car, it has bluetooth, a screen for media, a back up camera/sensors, etc. - Reliable. Has yet to leave me stranded somewhere. Cons: - I average about 26mpg. My Honda CR-V was a bigger car and had 4WD, and it got about the same gas mileage. - Road noise. You can expect to have to shout to your passengers. - Instability/non-responsive drive. If you live some place windy this gets annoying and feels unsafe. - Uncomfortable front seats, very small and uncomfortable backseat. My kids and coworkers both hate it.

Reviews for Toyota

Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5(6,177 reviews)

Great mileage

It is Quite and a really smooth ride. I sometimes travel and rent cars. Recently I came back from a trip my car was parked at the airport. in the past I would like the rental car and fantasize about owning it.now when I drive off in my car it is like sleeping in my own bed I miss it.

- Chris MacDevitt, 2013 Toyota Prius c

Reliable, comfortable

I have been an owner of Toyota's for 12 years (Scion, Highlander and now my Camry.) They are reliable as long as you keep up the maintenance My 2005 Highlander didn't start showing major issues until well after 150K miles, keep in mind this was an Ohio vehicle so it's life was spent in many months on end of horrible road conditions, snow, ice, salt & pot holes.

- Laura Mazucca, 2011 Toyota Camry

Decent for a cheap car I guess

I have this car for a long term rental due to my car being stolen and things being tied up with insurance related to that. I cannot wait to give it back and get something else. Pros: - Pretty cool perks for being such a cheap car, it has bluetooth, a screen for media, a back up camera/sensors, etc. - Reliable. Has yet to leave me stranded somewhere. Cons: - I average about 26mpg. My Honda CR-V was a bigger car and had 4WD, and it got about the same gas mileage. - Road noise. You can expect to have to shout to your passengers. - Instability/non-responsive drive. If you live some place windy this gets annoying and feels unsafe. - Uncomfortable front seats, very small and uncomfortable backseat. My kids and coworkers both hate it.

- Maggie H, 2016 Toyota Corolla

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.