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2019 Toyota Sequoia

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The 2019 Toyota Sequoia is a large SUV with three rows that's rugged and reliable. The ride and seats are comfortable, but it's not a crossover; it's related to the Toyota Tundra pickup and has a more truck-like ride.

The Sequoia hasn't changed much in the last 12 years, although for 2019 the base SR5 model gets standard automatic emergency braking, while the top Platinum model gets perforated leather seats and an adaptive suspension that improves the overall dynamics. There are two other models, the TRD Sport and the Limited.

Rivals include the Cadillac Escalade and Lincoln Navigator, although unlike those two, there is no Sequoia that offers extreme levels of luxury, not even the Platinum. So street rivals would include the Chevy Tahoe and Ford Explorer.

The rear-wheel-drive Sequoia uses one engine, a 5.7-liter V-8 mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. It can tow up to 7,400 pounds when correctly equipped. Four-wheel drive is available, but, consistent with the rugged character of the vehicle, it's a part-time system intended for off road. It's not a modern electronic all-wheel-drive system like most SUVs.

The fuel mileage is low, with an EPA-rated 13 mpg city, 17 highway, and 14 combined rating with four-wheel drive, or 15 mpg with rear-wheel drive. More powerful rivals like the Tahoe and Explorer get up to 18 mpg.

The Sequoia has not been crash tested by the NHTSA or by the IIHS. It has all the right safety stuff: a rearview camera, blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alerts, and for 2019, automatic emergency braking, as well as a tow/haul mode that reduces the burden on the brakes. Available are lane-departure warnings and automatic high-beam headlights..
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The 2019 Toyota Sequoia is a large SUV with three rows that's rugged and reliable. The ride and seats are comfortable, but it's not a crossover; it's related to the Toyota Tundra pickup and has a more truck-like ride.

The Sequoia hasn't changed much in the last 12 years, although for 2019 the base SR5 model gets standard automatic emergency braking, while the top Platinum model gets perforated leather seats and an adaptive suspension that improves the overall dynamics. There are two other models, the TRD Sport and the Limited.

Rivals include the Cadillac Escalade and Lincoln Navigator, although unlike those two, there is no Sequoia that offers extreme levels of luxury, not even the Platinum. So street rivals would include the Chevy Tahoe and Ford Explorer.

The rear-wheel-drive Sequoia uses one engine, a 5.7-liter V-8 mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. It can tow up to 7,400 pounds when correctly equipped. Four-wheel drive is available, but, consistent with the rugged character of the vehicle, it's a part-time system intended for off road. It's not a modern electronic all-wheel-drive system like most SUVs.

The fuel mileage is low, with an EPA-rated 13 mpg city, 17 highway, and 14 combined rating with four-wheel drive, or 15 mpg with rear-wheel drive. More powerful rivals like the Tahoe and Explorer get up to 18 mpg.

The Sequoia has not been crash tested by the NHTSA or by the IIHS. It has all the right safety stuff: a rearview camera, blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alerts, and for 2019, automatic emergency braking, as well as a tow/haul mode that reduces the burden on the brakes. Available are lane-departure warnings and automatic high-beam headlights..
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Retail Price

$54,990 MSRP / Window Sticker Price

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$3,975 Nat'l avg. savings off MSRP
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Engine 5.7L V-8
MPG 13 City / 17 Hwy
Seating 7 Passengers
Transmission 6-spd auto w/OD
Power 381 @ 5600 rpm
Drivetrain four-wheel
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