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Stock Number: 16607105
Location: CarMax Garland in Dallas, Texas 75041
Description Used 2012 Toyota Sequoia Platinum for sale - $29,998, 97,682 miles with , Bluetooth, 4WD/AWD, Power Liftgate/DeckLid
Transmission: Automatic Color: White Avg. Vehicle Review: 4.667 (138 reviews) "This vehicle has all we wished for; comfort, reliability, safety, appearance. In our opinion it's a "Best" value."
*Price excludes tax, title & tags. Dealer fees up to $299 may apply.
This vehicle has all we wished for; comfort, reliability, safety, appearance. In our opinion it's a "Best" value.
I brought this truck last year-LOVED IT. It drives more like a luxury car. I would still own it but had to trade it in because of the PRICE OF GAS. Trust me I cried! If you can afford the gas you will love this truck I have owned several cars/trucks in the past. This one was the best!!!! Trust me if the price of gas goes down I will re buy it D.W CT
Our 4Runner was too small for three kids and a large dog. A Land Cruiser was too expensive. My wife already has a minivan. We wanted an all-purpose four-wheel-drive that would seat as many people as possible and not break down. After careful research, we avoided the American and German cars and settled back on Toyota. The Sequoia has remarkably little press and did not get much advertising from Toyota, presumably because it was perceived as a gas hog. Honestly, 16 mpg is not at all bad when you factor in the number of people you are hauling. When I fill all eight seats, I have almost twice the seating capacity of a Prius and I can drive from Creede, Colorado to Silverton the back way. Per person, I'd call that a good equation. The four-wheel drive is the same as a V6 4Runner or Tundra, that is to say part-time with traction control, low range and a locking center differential and great clearance. You can't get a four-wheel-drive system this good in an eight-seater unless you opt for a Land Cruiser. My vehicle came with leather, power folding side mirrors, climate control, premium sound, roof rack, running boards, etc, plus a Toyota V8 and transmission, all for $14,100. I guess the bottom dropped out of the market when gas hit $4. We couldn't be happier.