2002 Toyota Sequoia Limited 2WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
While I love the size and comfort compared to other SUVs, I have had a number of non-drive train problems, none of which the dealership would fix under warranty, despite the truck being less than 3 years old. Antenna no longer retracts, several pieces of interior molding have had to be replaced, including the driver's side door handle, motor on liftgate window burnt up after only a couple of years, and the air conditioner is a piece of junk. Not only does the AC control decide whether you're getting hot or cold air depending on the temperature you choose (and it varies with outside temp), but the strength of the air output changes if you change the temperature, or if you accelerate.
comfortable ride for an SUV. nice size so easier to park than other full size SUVs. ALl the ceiling storage compartments
use a basic but efficient AC system. Improve electronics. Fold-flat 3rd row seat instead of removable.
2002 Toyota Sequoia SR5 2WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
If you want a big SUV - this is it. Looked at all the others (any you know who they are)- none compared to this car. Excellent quality thoughout with better passenger room than any of the domestics. I don't know about towing as we only towed trailor with AUV or lawnmower. You won't be disappointed. We would buy it again!!
Style, rear seat leg room, ride (much more comfortable than other SUVs), low maintaince, resell value
every vehicle could get better gas mileage - this one averages 15mpg of regular.
2002 Toyota Sequoia Limited 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
This has been a great vehicle. Has never been in the shop for any reason. We drive on several vacations/year and always have plenty of room for our two kids and suitcases. Very reliable and much better gas mileage than the Expedition I used to own.
Very roomy. Drives like a car.
Hard to see behind you when backing up. Only complaint I have.
2002 Toyota Sequoia SR5 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
Since my wife and I are both 6'3" and
have 3 children we have been thru the
ropes with Ford and Chevy both. After
owning my Malibu for 4 months I swore
I'd never own another Chevy or Ford
product. I did get wrangled into test
driving a Trailblazer EXT. During the
test drive the 4WD went out and the
side window got stuck in an open
condition. That was the end of that. I
did alot of review reading on several
vehicles and it took me to Toyota. I
went out to the dealer and test drove
the Highlander(way too small for 5)
then the 4Runner(just a hair to small)
then we climbed into the Sequoia. It
was a match made in heaven.
My dad has a Camry..300,000+.
Roominess,heat and air auto controls.
the radio and air control panel could
be closer to the driver.