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Customer Review Summary for Toyota Sequoia
2011 Toyota Sequoia Tow Capability
2011 Toyota Sequoiaumdterpfan - Laurel, MD11/10/2011
We upgraded from a crossover to the Sequoia to get more towing capability. We have had the Sequoia for almost 2 months and have towed twice with it. We are currently pulling a ~ 7,000 lb (loaded for camping weight) 30 ft travel trailer. In this admittedly limited experience, the Sequoia has performed very well, even though we are up against the revised recommended max trailer weight. Handling, stability, acceleration, and braking while towing are great. Gas mileage while towing was around 10 mpg. The integrated hitch receiver with both 4 and 7 pin connectors and a brake controller pre-wire under the dash are very convenient and functional. As a general, around the town vehicle, the Sequoia is equally impressive providing a spacious cabin, fold flat third row, adequate payload capacity, etc.
Great vehicle at an expensive price!
2014 Toyota SequoiaMarconi Baloni - Parker, CO03/03/2017
Huge and comfortable
Great Car. Big Space, and comfortable ride
2008 Toyota SequoiaSteve Hise - Simi Valley, CA07/24/2015
The Sequoia has a lot of space for my 5 kids. Its a smooth ride, and its very comfortable. It looks great inside and out and is very reliable.
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