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Review: 2008 Toyota Sequoia Limited

Gigantor. The 2008 Toyota Sequoia arrives humongously revised from the already beefy first-generation. The Timberland Mica (Metallic Green) example that Toyota lent us for a week definitely deserves whatever size-related superlatives you can dream up. It's big, it's powerful, it doesn't sip fuel. There is a need and a market for this type of vehicle, however. If Sequoia buyers don't actually utilize its considerable capabilities, that's not Toyota's fault. This year marks the migration of Toyota's full size Sport Utility to the same mechanicals that underpin the new Tundra, ladling on cap... Read More

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    Spy Shots: 2008 Toyota Sequoia
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    Why bother even camoflaging the new Sequoia? We all know it's going to have a Tundra nose, with a closed-in tail. Woohoo. There will be detail differences, we're sure, but the more important details of the new Sequoia snaps that Priddy and Company snared are the underbits. Looking closely at the back end, an independent rear suspension appears to be fitted. ...

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    Spy Shots: 2009 Toyota Sequoia
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    It seems like forever since body-on-frame SUVs ruled the automotive landscape, but there's still a sizable amount of high-profit share up for grabs, even with gas at well over $3 per gallon. With that in mind, Toyota is planning another crack at the large and in charge Sequoia. Brenda Priddy's crew got a couple of well disguised spy shots of the Sequoia on ...

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    Spy Shots: 2008 Toyota Sequoia
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    Sales of the Toyota Sequoia have been falling fast, with the big Japanese 'ute selling 38-percent less units last month than in June of 2005. With the new Toyota Tundra being readied for production at the company's new truck plant in San Antonio, Texas, there's no better time than now to start thinking about the 2008 Sequoia. This partial pic of the next ...

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