Used Toyota Sequoia SR5 gray exterior in Dulles, VA for Sale
Reviews for Toyota Sequoia
Great Family Car
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!
Best car I've ever owned
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.
Great upgrade from a former mini-van owner.
After several years of touting how great owning a mini-van was compared to an SUV. I was converted when my Pontiac Montana's transmission didn't like towing our boat. The Toyota Sequoia is a great alternative, my kids have almost the same amount of room in the back as my my old mini-van and I can still fit a lawn mower, luggage and small cooler behind the third row seat. I miss the better gas mileage, but my insurance rates stayed the same as my old van (probaly because I bought a 2WD). So far after a few months of used ownership (bought with 50K miles on it) I've been happy with the Sequioa, it's superb quality, comfort and it tows our boat like there's nothing behind it. Hopefully I can get more than144,000 miles out of it before the transmission goes like my Pontiac Montana did.
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