2014 Toyota Sequoia Reviews, Pictures and Prices | U.S. News Best Cars

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Toyota Sequoia

Review

The Toyota Sequoia ranks 3 out of 8 Large SUVs.

This is based on our analysis of published and test drives of the Toyota , as well as reliability and safety

The 2014 Toyota Sequoia is

With its refined ride and cabin, automotive journalists say the Toyota Sequoia is a good for families who have to haul a lot of and gear.

The 2014 Sequoia a V8 engine that reviewers is refined and delivers plenty of That engine is matched a six-speed automatic transmission test drivers say offers smooth shifts. The Sequoia an EPA-estimated 13/17 mpg city/highway, is poor for a large SUV and much than what most crossovers get.

With its truck-based frame and a towing capacity of 7,400 critics think the Sequoia is a towing vehicle, though it tow as much as rivals like the Suburban or the Ford Expedition. agree that the 2014 has a very comfortable ride, when equipped with the air suspension system. Many think the Sequoia handles for a large SUV, though complain about numb and body lean in corners.

Automotive journalists say the 2014 Sequoia has a well-built interior, some say that the design that interesting or luxurious. say the front seats have legroom and the second row, features individually reclining and seats, holds three comfortably. Several test note that the third-row are …-friendly, which is a rare for the class.

Cargo space is and easy to expand thanks to second- and third-row seats. The Sequoia comes standard a power-adjustable driver’s seat, automatic climate control and Audio Plus, which a touch-screen interface, Bluetooth and music streaming, a USB port and HD Options include a power navigation and a rear-seat Blu-Ray system.

The Sequoia also has several safety and driver assistance including front and rear sensors, blind spot and adaptive cruise control.

no mistake: the Toyota Sequoia some dainty crossover. a truck-based full-size SUV with room for eight passengers and of towing and hauling ability. its one of the more refined examples of a breed, the Sequoia is still a rig that’s a bit more cumbersome to than its car-derived competitors. Left Lane News are many choices in this all of them with solid

What sets the 2014 apart is its great powertrain, features and the peace of mind of quality and reliability. — Blue Book Sequoia up well against its rivals. We its strong engine, comfortable large cargo hold, and maneuverability. — Consumer (2013) Full-size, truck-based like the 2013 Toyota are becoming rarer with new model year, as buyers who need big-time towing or capabilities are switching to more crossovers. But if those qualities are a big part of your vehicle the Sequoia should work out — Edmunds (2013)

Other SUVs to Consider

The Suburban is another truck-based SUV that critics say has a comfortable The Suburban has greater towing more cargo space and fuel economy than the

Like the Sequoia, reviewers say the Expedition has a comfortable ride and an third row that’s comfortable for It trumps the Sequoia in terms of capacity and fuel economy, and the EL models have more space.

Details: 2014 Toyota

The 2014 Toyota Sequoia eight in three rows. A V8 engine, six-speed automatic and rear-wheel drive are standard. drive is optional. The Toyota comes in three trims: Limited and Platinum.

The Sequoia was redesigned for the 2008 model and has had only minor updates then. As a result, this uses applicable research and from the 2008 through model years.

Review Updated: 11/20/13

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