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Total Satisfaction for The Big Family
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Exterior Design
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By Big GIlk
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Vehicle

2003 Toyota Sequoia SUV Limited 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)


Review

I test drove the Caddy-ESV, Lincoln-
Nav, and all the GMC's. They are all
nice but the Sequoia has the best
balance of power, space, and confort
for a large family. The best resale
value doesn't hurt, not one bit.


Best Features

The Cargo room behind the third row. More spacious the any other competing vehicles.


Worst Features

Better gas Milage!!!


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Sunroof Problems
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By marsimms
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Vehicle

2003 Toyota Sequoia SUV Limited 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)


Review

We just purchased this vehicle less
than a month ago and have had to make
several trips to the dealership with
it. Our most distressful problem is
the poor interior build quality and a
sunroof that squeaks over bumpy roads
to the point of distraction. As I type
this review, the roof still squeaks and
no one at my dealership seems to know
what or why it is doing this. The
slogan should read, "interior by
mattel". Also, the rear audio plate
looks like it's falling off even after
THAT was replaced. After spending 50+
thousand on this truck I want to kick
myself. There are better values out
there.


Best Features

spacious interior


Worst Features

lose the "marbelized" interior plate on the dash. It looks cheap and tacky. Redesign the radio plate (ALL the Sequoias on the lot had this same problem). Also, a 3rd row that folds into the floor would be better.


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1st SUV
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By bch
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Vehicle

2003 Toyota Sequoia SUV SR5 Rwd 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)


Review

Quiet ride, roomy 1st and 2nd row. 3rd
row seat should fold flat and
optionally with a touch of a button
like the Expedition. Getting in and out
of 3rd seat thru folding of the 2nd row
seat can be improved. Loved the
different readings available in the
convenience package. It tells me the
actual mileage per gallon used. The
mileage improves as the car is driven
more. Can't assume that keyless entry
is standard in the SR5.


Best Features

Styling, comfort, lots of room for cargo or people, quality, JBL 6 CD system.


Worst Features

Clock not placed so low and blocked from driver's view. Improved mileage. 3rd row seat folds flat into the car.


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does everything we need
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By hbs
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Vehicle

2003 Toyota Sequoia SUV SR5 Rwd 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)


Review

We traded in a 2002 BWW 330i. I realy
thought I would miss that car, it was
so fun to drive, all the salesmen on
the lot thought we were nuts. With a
baby on the way we felt we needed more
room. It says a lot that I don't realy
miss that car.


Best Features

Sitting up high ( easy to see over other cars ) The room


Worst Features

Wish it could pull more.


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Simply The Best
Performance
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Fuel Economy
Fun To Drive
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Reliability
By budzkie
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Vehicle

2003 Toyota Sequoia SUV Limited 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)


Review

Toyota reliability is top notch. This
SUV is better than it's more expensive
cousins. The style is timeless.
Handling is as good as a car. I get
18MPG on this, better than it's lower
priced cousins.


Best Features

Third row seat, DVD, DRL


Worst Features

Available two-toned Limited version, Navigation, bigger TV screen,


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