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Customer Review Summary for Toyota Sequoia
Great Family Car
2006 Toyota SequoiaHappy customer - Prosperity, SC02/10/2010
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!
2007 Toyota Sequoiafwood - Powder Springs, GA04/27/2010
This vehicle has all we wished for; comfort, reliability, safety, appearance. In our opinion it's a "Best" value.
2007 Toyota Sequoiacarl - DC and Pa11/04/2010
Bout the vehicle with 13,300 miles about 2 months ago. Now have about 13,900 miles- So far so good- rather like new and expect to keep it a long time- seems solid and good roadability - seems to the road track well. Waiting for winter- have not had the experience yet.
It can load a lot of stuff- plenty of space-
Not exactly fuel efficient- but not bad- I drive little though.
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Published on Wednesday, September 19, 2018
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