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Powerful and Sylish SUV! by Neal from Peoria on 06/14/2010. Trim: 2010 Toyota Sequoia SR5 5.7L 4X2, Owned 1 year.
Pros: Styling, Enging Power and especially the Air suspension!
Cons: Can't think of one!
Overall review: I bought it for my wife since we have three little ones and the Truck is truly a dream. She has all the bells and whistles incl Nav and leather and its only an SR5. Great truck for the money and the air ride suspension is tops! You really just float down the highway. The kids love the DVD system which is great!
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Great value - "Sports" SUV for everyone by An MSN Autos Consumer on 02/20/2013. Trim: 2010 Toyota Sequoia Limited 4X2, Owned 3 years.
Pros: Engine - 5.7 liter V8 pushing 380 hp. This SUV is faster than many sport compacts. 0-60 in the low 6 seconds. It never feels down on power. It is among the fastest SUV's today. Everything works well together, suspension, brakes, and engine are all up to the task of moving this tank around - No part of the vehicle seems unbalanced. 6 Speed auto is nice - Does a good job finding the right gear and seems eager to respond to the accelerator. Toyota Reliability, haven't had a single problem the entire time owning. Build quality is excellent.
Cons: Gas mileage penalty - But it's to be expected from weight, size, and engine. Interior is just decent - Nothing special, just nice all around. Size - When you need to park it, maneuver in small places you notice how large it is - Makes getting into tight spots quite difficult, even the garage.
Overall review: Not sure what the reviewer who did the "test drive" is saying about having enough power. I promise, whatever SUV you compare this to, this will outrun and outgun it! Toyota's 5.7 liter V8 is a modern marvel of engineering. I would not call this Trailblazer sized, NOT even close - A Toyota Highlander is the size of a Chevrolet trailblazer both seat 5. A Toyota Sequoia is the same as a full size suburban - It seats 8 for Pete's sake. A Trailblazer seats 5 MAX. Not the sharpest tool in the shed are we? Emphasis on tool.
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Buy One by CD on 01/16/2010. Trim: 2010 Toyota Sequoia Platinum 4X2, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: I have owned several very expensive cars (still drive an Mercedes S series) and this is a better vehicle in every way. IMHO the only thing on the road I would consider other than the Sequoia Plat is the Lexus LX570. However, bang for the buck the Sequoia has more room, same major parts,almost the same equipment, and alot more room. If you are looknig for a SUV that will fit the family and do it in style with all the latest tech, this is the best out there. Oh yeah and they hold thier value extreamly well.
Cons: Ride could be better. (still great) MPG could be better... Would like to have easier way to download songs and movies to system. But still great.
Overall review: The best big Suv out there
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Toyota Sequoia Driving Impression by An MSN Autos Consumer on 10/03/2009. Trim: 2010 Toyota Sequoia Platinum 4X4, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Good fit and finish. Lots of extras
Cons: Too much emphasis on the sizzlle, not enough on the underlying truck
Overall review: This is a driving impression not a full owners review. I test drove a Platinum Edition Sequoia while shopping for a new SUV. The size is what I would call a big mid-size SUV. It is in similar to a Trail Blazer, not a Suburban. It does have real 4 wheel drive capabilty that most SUV's lack nowadays. Your average soccer mom may never have to shift into 4-low, but for some of us not having the option to do so is a deal breaker. The interior is chock full of whistles and bells from nav screens to back up cmeras. Unfortunately all of those toys can't make up for the not-so-sumptuous seating and plasticy appointments. The Vehicle I drove strained, racing the motor when climbing even moderate hills. Probably OK, but it didn't give the feeling of having plenty of reserve power. Lastly the price is high. After all it is a Toyota, not a Mercedes, and stepping down to the SR-5 model gives up all of the luxury appointments, making that model too pricy as well.
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