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We just purchased this car a few days ago and we love it. We actually bought the model with the quad bucket second row seats as we have a 7 year old, a 2 year old and are expecting our 3rd child. We wanted easy access to the 3rd row seats without having to remove a car seat in order to get back there. I love that this car isn't too big nor too small. I drive it with no problem (esp with my blind spot mirrors! I cannot drive without them :) We looked at the GMC Suburban and it was just way too big. We looked at the GMC Acadia and it was too small. We also looked at the GMC Yukon and Chevy Tahoe (as all these vehicles had the 2nd row quad seat option) but there was barely any space in the 3rd row even for a short person like myself to sit in. The Sequioa was really the perfect fit. I love that you can lower the 3rd row seats with the push of a button and visability is great. Gas mileage...well as everyone has stated, it's terrible but what can you expect from a 5.7L V8? All in all, a great car for a large family and also for towing our 26 ft. boat :) It sure beats a minivan!
I wanted a great vehicle for hauling dogs (we have 4 of them) and gear (musician). I can fit large speaker cabs in this standing up... and can fit nearly 3x's more gear than my last SUV. We took out the 3rd row seats (really easy to do) and put up a dog barrier, and have plenty of room for 4 large dogs, and 5 passengers. The second row seats are comfortable enough for longer trips, however the 3rd row seats aren't meant for adults to be in for a length of time. 2nd row is very comfortable and roomy. Has it's own air system for heat or AC. Some of the features I do miss from my last SUV include auto wipers, dual zone front seat heating, and bluetooth/navigation package. The last is fixable. Needs a rear view camera, but that's also something that can be fixed. Driving is very comfortable. The bucket seats hold you in to take corners faster than you really should. Bumps are less noticable, and bad road is covered rather smoothly. It has plenty of get up and go, despite the size and weight of the vehicle. Handles well in the snow I've seen since purchasing (not bad snow yet). Gas mileage is terrible, but I bought this for hauling, not for commuting. All in all, very worth the money, and it's Toyota quality - I'll have this for years to come.
I love my new Sequoia. It is great-looking, comfortable, and has lots of cool features. The only complaint I have about my new car at all is the gas mileage. I seem to fill it up with gas constantly. However, I am the mom of teenagers and am always on the go so that has a lot to do with it! I have owned several Toyotas in the past and my husband currently owns a tundra, so we know the reliability that a Toyota has. Even with the recent recalls from Toyota, I feel safe and comfortable taking my family on the road. The Sequoia is a vehicle I have admired for a long time before buying it and I am so glad that I finally broke down and bought what I REALLY wanted. It costs a little more than some of the other SUV's I looked at, but the Toyota dependability made it more worth it!