While no full-size SUV rides or drives like a car-based
crossover SUV, the 2015 Toyota Sequoia comes pretty darn close. The ride is smooth, controlled and stable and...
... the Platinum trim’s air-spring suspension puts anything with coil springs to shame. At highway speeds, we found the Sequoia’s interior to be well insulated from outside noise, even in the 3rd-row seat. Toyota equips the Sequoia with an independent rear suspension that helps it corner and maneuver with surprising agility. The steering feel is also commendable, with good feedback and just the right amount of resistance for the power assist. An available proximity-warning system and rearview camera help when trying to fit the big Sequoia into a small parking spot, and the Platinum’s Blind Spot Monitor is a feature we think should be standard on every trim.