2011 Toyota Sequoia
81,221 Miles | North Miami, FL
$19,915
Est $287/mo

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2013 Toyota Sequoia
149,773 Miles | Highlands Ranch, CO
$22,488
Est $324/mo

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2014 Toyota Sequoia
64,325 Miles | Boulder, CO
$30,000
Est $432/mo

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2014 Toyota Sequoia
75,697 Miles | Centennial, CO
$30,793
Est $444/mo

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2001 Toyota Sequoia
147,011 Miles | Woodinville, WA
$6,995
Est $101/mo

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2008 Toyota Sequoia
49,046 Miles | Woodinville, WA
$26,995
Est $389/mo

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2018 Toyota Sequoia
30,567 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$35,404
Est $510/mo

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2006 Toyota Sequoia
115,440 Miles | Honolulu, HI
$8,999
Est $130/mo

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2016 Toyota Sequoia
56,941 Miles | Brooklyn Park, MN
$37,998
Est $548/mo

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2019 Toyota Sequoia
23,380 Miles | Colorado Springs, CO
$41,998
Est $605/mo

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2016 Toyota Sequoia
68,731 Miles | Gaithersburg, MD
$39,998
Est $577/mo

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2017 Toyota Sequoia
42,400 Miles | Duarte, CA
$31,998
Est $461/mo

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2017 Toyota Sequoia
22,330 Miles | Glen Allen, VA
$46,998
Est $677/mo

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2018 Toyota Sequoia
29,998 Miles | Tinley Park, IL
$38,998
Est $562/mo

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2018 Toyota Sequoia
36,911 Miles | Lynnwood, WA
$35,998
Est $519/mo

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2014 Toyota Sequoia
99,342 Miles | Loveland, CO
$29,998
Est $432/mo

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2015 Toyota Sequoia
35,989 Miles | Escondido, CA
$37,998
Est $548/mo

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2017 Toyota Sequoia
10,505 Miles | Wichita, KS
$51,998
Est $750/mo

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2013 Toyota Sequoia
65,859 Miles | Doral, FL
$30,998
Est $447/mo

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2018 Toyota Sequoia
13,406 Miles | Las Vegas, NV
$39,998
Est $577/mo

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Toyota Sequoia Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
23 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.3
Performance
4.2
Style
4.3
Comfort
4.6
Fuel Economy
2.5
Reliability
4.2

Toyota Sequoia Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2002 Toyota Sequoia - I am very happy with my car and smile when I get in it

Maggie
Demorest, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
I love my Toyota Sequoia. It feels very sturdy when driving it. I like how it sits up high and has a lot of power. This car is built very solid and is a very heavy car. There is so much room and all of the seats, dashboard, buttons feel very high quality and sturdy. The car is very quite. The car has 4 wheel drive and it works very well. I love that this car has 8 cup holders. There is a sun roof which is wonderful. I have driven it over 30000 miles so far and been overall impressed. The seats are power and work well. There is a third row of seats which are very good to have. I have loaded this car down with a whole set of drums, guitars and amps all at the same time and it all fit very well inside. The car looks very sporty and gets me down my rough road that I live on. The towing is ... (more)
Story
My husband and I went riding down very rough back roads with all windows, back glass and sunroof down with the stereo very loud and got stuck. We were able to finally get out because of the 4 wheel drive. We kept the stereo going the whole time.
Pros
4Wheel drive, sunroof, all the rooms that is inside
Cons
The car is very big so it is hard to back into small spaces and it uses a lot of gas.

2002 Toyota Sequoia - Solid and dependable, built to last.

Alexis
Spring Valley, Nevada
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
I bought my 2002 Sequoia LTD in 2015 with 180,000 miles on it and have put an additional 40,000 miles on it so far and have been very satisfied with its build quality, ease of maintenance, and reliability. I try to perform my own maintenance and parts replacement as much as possible, and I take it to a shop for everything else. My mechanic says that it has a strong engine that should last past 300,000 miles. I have driven it off-road several times and have been surprised at what it can handle.
Story
I wore out my front discs driving on mountain roads by overusing my brakes. I wasn't used to driving an automatic transmission, so I didn't down-shift like I would have with a manual transmission. I just stepped on the brakes. Bad idea! After getting the rotors replaced, the mechanic told me that you can down-shift manually with an automatic transmission, utilizing engine braking, to reduce sp... (more)
Pros
Toyota has a great reputation for building quality engines, and their automatic transmissions are also long-lasting. I can attest to this with my experiences so far. When I was shopping for a used SUV, I thought about purchasing an old Suburban or Tahoe, but every single one on the market had a rebuilt engine. That indicated to me that the engines were not built to last. None of the Toyota SUVs on the market had rebuilt engines, so that told me something, too. After I bought my Sequoia, I started noticing that there were a ton of them still on the road, still looking good and going strong.... (more)
Cons
The lift gate latch stopped working a few months after I purchased the vehicle. I took it to my local shop, after decided that it was too complicated to fix myself. The latch utilizes a metal cable that stretches over time and eventually elongates to a point where it will not work. That was a minor issue that didn't change my overall opinion or satisfaction with the vehicle. Any vehicle over ten years old is going to have some things that wear out, and as long that they do not require thousands of dollars in repairs, I'm fine with it.

2002 Toyota Sequoia - Great dependable vehicle

MF
Red Bluff, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
This vehicle has been a wonderful vehicle for my family. It is a medium sized SUV that fits us all more than comfortably. It has 3rd row seating and fits both my children's car seats perfectly. We purchased this vehicle with 160,000 miles on it and were never hesitant with the purchase. We have not had one problem with the car since we purchased it 9 months ago. We have traveled several times with it and it's been a great runner. It has no problems going up and down steep mountain grades/passes. Overall this has just been a great car for our family and we would definitely recommend it to anyone looking to purchase a new vehicle.
Story
Taking our first family trip down south. An 8 hour drive in this vehicle was a breeze! We had a blast and fit all our traveling gear perfectly. We also went to a concert and tailgated out the back with the truck open and the kids were able to have room to play with their toys in the back! Wonderful time.
Pros
Our favorite things about this vehicle would be the third row seating which allows our family to have a ton of room in the vehicle. We are even able to bring our dog! Another feature we like is the sun roof. It's nice to have it open on cool spring nights. We also love that it has heated seats!! I am always cold so this helps in the cool rainy winter months. I love how easy it is to put the back seats down in case we have to transport something larger in the vehicle. I also love the fact that Toyota brand cars and trucks can get over 300,000 miles with little to no issues. We love this car!
Cons
The only negative thing about this vehicle would be the back truck key lock has pushed through. We are unable to open our truck currently and need to get it fixed. That honestly has been the only issue or negative thing that I would have to say about this vehicle. And honestly for that to be the only problem is not an issue at all.

Toyota Sequoia Generations

The Toyota Sequoia is a full-sized SUV that is based on the Toyota Tundra full-size truck. It comes with a V8 engine and either rear-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive, and three rows of seats. It competes with models like the Chevy Tahoe, Nissan Armada and Ford Expedition. The Sequoia is currently in its second generation. One of the hallmarks of the model -- and a unique feature among its competitive set -- is a rear power window that rolls down.

2008 - Present (Second Generation)

The new generation of Sequoia debuted for the 2008 model year. It continued to be based on the Tundra, but with some significant differences. The Sequoia included a fully boxed frame and a rear independent suspension with coil springs, plus a locking center differential on 4WD models. The new suspension gave the heavy Sequoia an improved turning radius of 19 feet and allowed for a third-row seat that folds flat.

The new model weighed 500 pounds more than the previous one. This generation of Sequoia debuted with two engine options.

Base models (SR5) came with a 4.7-liter V8 with 276 horsepower and a five-speed automatic transmission. The Limited and the newly-added Platinum models had a 5.7-liter V8 with 381 horsepower and a six-speed automatic transmission. 4WD was available across all trims.

The wheelbase was increased from 118 to 122 inches and length was increased from 203 inches to 205.1 inches. Height was 77 inches and width was 79.8 inches.

Seating in this generation was available for seven or eight passengers. The SR5 and Limited could seat eight while the Platinum could seat seven. Towing capacity was 7,400 pounds with the 2WD, 5.7-liter V8 and 7,100 in the 4WD SR5 trim.

Safety ratings for the 2008 model by the NHTSA included a five-star frontal driver rating and four-star ratings for frontal passenger and rollover.

A few changes happened per model year during this generation. The 2009 model added E85 flex-fuel capability on the 5.7-liter engine, but only in certain states.

In 2010, the 4.7-liter base V8 was replaced by a 4.6-liter V8 engine. For the 2013 model year, Toyota dropped this smaller V8 engine altogether, and the 5.7-liter V8 became standard on all models.

In 2014, a Blu-ray DVD player was offered as an option for the Limited trim and was standard on the Platinum. Also on the Platinum trim were features like a rear air suspension that owners could lower for easier loading of the cargo bay, adaptive cruise control and DVD-based navigation.

Toyota refreshed the Sequoia for 2018. The updates included new features like standard LED headlights, fog lights and running lights, plus three new exterior colors and each trim now has a specific grille design unique to that trim. The SR5, Limited and Platinum trims remained in the lineup, but a new TRD Sport off-road trim was added.

The TRD Sport model added unique exterior trim, a revised suspension, black 20-inch alloy wheels, a digital display screen in the instrument panel and unique LED headlights.

2001 - 2007 (First Generation)

The Toyota Sequoia debuted in 2000 for the 2001 model year. It shared most of its components with the Tundra, including the engine, dashboard, sheet metal and chassis. The main differences were rear disc brakes and a multi-link live axle rear suspension.

At its release, the Sequoia was similar size-wise to the Ford Expedition and larger than the Chevy Tahoe. It came in two trim levels: the SR5 and Limited and offered both two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive layouts.

Vehicle stability control was standard on all trims. The Sequoia was initially launched with a 4.7-liter V8 engine putting out 240 horsepower. It was paired with a four-speed automatic transmission.

For this generation, the Sequoia had a 118.1-inch wheelbase, 203.9 inches in length and between 76 inches and 78.9 inches in width depending on model year. The height varied between 72.8 inches and 76.2 inches depending on trim and model year.

A slight refresh happened for the 2005 model year. The five-speed automatic transmission replaced the previous four-speed and a new 282-horsepower V8 engine with VVT-i became standard.

(For the 2006 model year, a new way to measure engine output meant the official horsepower ratings dropped to 273).

4WD models were equipped with a Torsen center differential, which replaced the open differential in the previous models. This addition allowed it to split power 40 percent to the front and 60 percent to the rear in normal driving conditions. In slippery situations, it was then able to send 53 percent to the front wheels and 71 to the rear wheels.

Exterior upgrades in this facelift included a redesigned grille and removal of the orange lamps from the taillights. Towing capacity for this model year was 6,500 pounds for the two-wheel drive version and 6,200 for the 4WD.

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