Toyota Sequoia

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2018 Toyota Sequoia

For 2018, the Toyota Sequoia gains Toyota’s Safety Sense-P that adds automatic emergency braking, lane-departure alert with sway warning, adaptive cruise control and auto high beams. A blind-spot monitor and rear cross-traffic alert are also standard. Along with refreshed styling comes a new TRD Sport trim.

2017 Toyota Sequoia

For 2017, the Toyota Sequoia full-size SUV carries over with no changes of note.

About Toyota Sequoia

Toyota’s 2018 Sequoia is a massive SUV renowned for its dependability and family-friendly hauling abilities. Although not as modern or roomy as the Chevy Suburban or Ford Expedition Max, the Sequoia still has much to offer, with 3-row seating and a new suite of standard driver-assist features including pre-collision warning and automatic braking. And, while the Sequoia’s 7,400-pound tow rating does fall short of its competitors, we think it will work for most family hauling needs. The powerful 5.7-liter V8 is another proven component, offering plenty of muscle to move this big SUV around. Those looking to venture off-road will appreciate the Sequoia’s Multi-mode 4-wheel-drive system that allows this rugged body-on-frame SUV to go places many of its competitors can’t.

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