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Customer Review Summary for Toyota Sequoia
2008 Toyota SequoiaDiane - WI.11/12/2008
I love the way the toyota handles and the comfort is superb - the way you sit up is great too.
The two things I would redesign would be the side mirrors, they create a huge blind spot and for me I have trouble seeing other cars at 4-way stops and lane-changing. Also, the controls on the heat are cumbersome to use, especially the flow-through air and heat both at your feet and mid-sections.
All-in-all, I really like all the unique features engineered into the Toyota Seqouia. I still find hidden compartments in the vehicle. The flexibility and configuration of the seats in the back are very user-friendly too.
2004 Toyota SequoiaCA dude - Fresno, ca04/10/2012
Great solid SUV performance, cargo space, looks, and everything in between is outstanding. Only thing negative I can say is needs a back up camera and better mpg, but you don't buy V8's for the mpg. Though about getting something smaller with v6 third row seats but figured go big for growing family and safety.
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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Published on Friday, September 14, 2018
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