2001 Toyota Sequoia Limited 2WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
if you must have a full size suv, sequoia is the way to go. fact: american cars suffer dearly from poor quality. if you think otherwise, you're a fool who has not done your homework. sequoia brings together this higher end quality with most of the desireable features in fullsize suv's. is it a little pricey for the LMTD? yes, but you get put a little more at ease knowing it's a toyota. if you must have an suv and can afford $40K, the sequoia would be my 1st pick again in a heartbeat.
looks are better than average, but not as memorable as 4runner. sumptuous highway ride with awesome view. sliding rear window, 6 cd changer in dash, knowing it's a toyota, etc.
jbl stereo is great, but speaker placement is poor. with fade/balance set even, the spkrs. still sound like they are 80% up front; no memory seats for $40k?? come on . . .; power seats are awfully slow; center armrests on the front captain's chairs are too short - extend them 1 or 2 inches;
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