2010 Toyota SequoiaR. Tate - Woodbridge, VA02/13/2016
Because I've owned several Toyotas, and I have never had any major issues out of them. I currently own a 2002 Toyota Sequoia 4X4 Limited Edition as well. There's a HUGE difference between my two Sequoias. The 2002 Sequoia is reliable but under-powered. Toyota got it right with the 5.7L engine. Now, Toyota needs to improve the interior.
2010 Toyota SequoiaAnonymous - , 04/25/2014
We needed a larger SUV to tow our boat and have enough room to transport kids and friends. The Sequoia is a fantastic car with all the features.
2010 Sequoia Limited 2wd
2010 Toyota SequoiaCPL - , 09/10/2013
I never considered the Sequoia before when I was shopping around due to its huge size but since I was looking to replace my Tacoma for more interior room I had to go full size.
Tahoe/Yukon/Escalade: Not enough room behind the 3rd row. If you want more space with a flat floor, you have to physically remove the 3rd row seats out of the car. Difficult for the wife to do and not enough storage space in the home. Everyone has them as well. Reliability is also an issue.
Suburban: Same as above, but too long to fit in the garage.
4Runner: Not enough space. 3rd row only seats 2.
Highlander: Not enough space. Just like T/Y/E everyone has them.
Sequoia: Ample space behind 3rd row, exceptional when folded down. Parking sensors and back up camera for a vehicle that size, JBL sound so I dont have to go aftermarket, strong engine that picks up well for a 5,700+lbs vehicle, just fits in the garage, lots of storage space, 2nd row seats still slide forward when a baby car seat is placed in the middle, reliable.
It was a no brainer. SEQUOIA IT IS. Family loves it. Good compliments on the looks and how much room inside especially for adults in the 3rd row. Bought a Corsa exhaust for it and it sounds great.
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