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Customer Review Summary for Toyota Sequoia
Good SUV at the normal price
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.
2008 Sequioa Limited
2006 Toyota SequoiaRebeca - FL05/26/2012
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!
2008 Toyota Sequoiacbrn94 - Clovis, CA10/18/2009
We recently purchased a used 2008 Toyota Sequoia. We have been impressed with the increase in space and comfort compared to our previous Tahoe. The third row is great and has plenty of leg room. The engine revs a little high but has a lot of power and tows our boat smoothly.
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