2001 Toyota Sequoia Consumer Review: Comfort Cruiser and its a Toyo
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Comfort Cruiser and its a Toyota!
By Loftonfan on

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2001 Toyota Sequoia SR5 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)

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A good all around vehicle. Have owned this vehicle for a little over a year and the only thing I have had to do is change the oil twice. It drives so smooth that you had better use the cruise or you will be seeing the cherries and berries in the auto-dimming rear view mirror. The sound system puts the Bose in my Acura to shame. Easy to install a receiver hitch and wire harness for a do it yourselfer. Enough power to haul a built up CJ-5 and a massive carhauler over Vail and Eisenhauer Passes at the speed limit. The rear seats all have plenty of room for even the tallest passengers. The center console is huge! Can have two mountain bikes with the front wheels off standing in the rear

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The clean, elegant lines of a this sophisticated looking SUV. The quality of the interior makes the Tahoe/Yukon and Expedition feel cheap. Drives like a luxury yacht-smooth and steady. 18 mpg for a V-8! Plenty of power. Room for the extended family. LATCH for child seats. 3rd row easy out/in.

Worst Features

Two things - first, the little plastic plugs that cover some of the screws in the plastic trim - where did they go? They just disappear and are seldom found to be replaced. The second and by far most irritating is the outside mirrors vibrate as you drive making it difficult to see and use mirrors.
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