The vehicle has been great. We have thoroughly enjoyed the vehicle and have had no problems with it. The purchasing process was a smooth one. We had the vehilce transferred from another dealership and the vehicle's appearance was as advertised. The vehicle has been a great value.
Best Family Car
2010 Toyota SequoiaKim - RSM, CA07/14/2012
This car is awesome, it feels good sliding into the drivers seat! Great gadgets on the dash, amazing hands free controls, �ber function, seats, mirrors, windows. Ilovewhen I start the car it connects my automatically. When I turn off and open the doors all the liights common so I can easily fetch the kids and their toys out the back. There is so. Inch storage you could lose stuff. My twins an sitin the car seats (captain chairs) without being so close to pinch and pool, still have room for 3 in the back.
The car rides awesome, turns with ease. Welove this car, it's like luxury with all the cool practicality needed for life.
2004 Toyota SequoiaTodd - Columbus, Ohio06/30/2009
The Toyota Sequoia has a smooth quiet ride and believe it or not, is fairly good on gas for such a large vehicle. We owned a 2004 Land Rover Discovery prior to the Toyota and it averaged 12mpg, was horrible on brakes and tires, was unreliable, leaked oil, and very expensive to fix. I hated it more than anything. We love the Toyota and hope it remains in the family for a very long time.
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