2004 Toyota Sequoia
$31,625 - $44,220


  • Engine
    4.7L V-8
  • Power
    240 @ 4,800 rpm
  • Transmission
    4-spd auto w/OD
  • 0-60
    8.9 seconds
  • Drivetrain
  • Monthly Payment 
    $597 - $834
  • Seating
    8 passengers
  • Cargo
    128.1 cu.ft.
  • MPG 
    14 City / 18 HWY
  • Market Price (Fair)
    $6,490 - $7,940
  • Invoice Price 
    $28,145 - $39,134
  • Warranty
    36 months/36,000 miles


Toyota Sequoia is among the best of the full-size SUVs.It's nearly the same size as a Ford Expedition, and slightly larger than a Chevy Tahoe.Like most Toyotas, it's very well engineered and offers high levels of build and finish quality, and Toyota offers some of the highest customer satisfaction and long-term reliability ratings in the auto industry.The Sequoia is every inch a truck, but it's very comfortable and relatively quiet.

The Sequoia is a good vehicle for large families, particularly for those who pull trailers.It offers three rows of seats capable of carrying eight passengers.Though big, it's surprisingly maneuverable.It's great for towing.

All models are well equipped, and Toyota has enhanced value for 2004 by adding equipment without raising the base price.The less expensive SR-5 model adds standard dual-zone front and rear climate control and power front seats.The high-trim Sequoia Limited now comes standard with a power moonroof.

If the space, towing capacity and off-road capability of a truck-based, full-size sport-utility are what you need, the Toyota Sequoia is hard to beat.

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