2009 Toyota SequoiaNashVegas native - Nashville03/25/2012
We bought our new Toyota Sequoia and traded in our Lexus GX 470 and love our new car. It has the room we need for a family of six. It had all the power and options we came accustom to with our Lexus.
Very nice to drive
2003 Toyota SequoiaBen - Greenville SC11/20/2006
We love our Sequoia! We purchased the limited edition which has all the bells and whistles. The only problem is that computers often have problems and already it has been in the shop for computer or sensor related problems of which the cost has exceeded $2000 in repairs. Fortunately we purchased the extended warranty so already it has paid off.
It has plenty of power and rides very smoothly. It is quiet in comparison with other SUV's or trucks with such a large engine. It is quite large which is what we needed to transport a family of 5 and gear to go along with each. We had a 4- Runner prior to the Sequoia and loved it too although it was significantly smaller. Overall very pleased with our new purchase.
Great family car
2007 Toyota SequoiaDuh - Los Angeles01/30/2010
A more substantial car than a minivan - sturdier, with just as much room and a smooth ride. We no longer worry about the crumple zone of our vehicle being the passenger compartment where our 4 lovely children ride. It handles like a truck but rides like a car and we have plenty of room for 8 (including 4 car seats) - as opposed to a minivan that "seats" 7 but only has room for 6 (maximum) if you have even 1 car seat in the mix.
We are very happy with our purchase.
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