2004 Toyota Sequoia Limited Rwd 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
I have leased and driven (4) Ford Explorers
over the past ten years and figured I would
only drive Explorers forever. When my
lease was nearing an end last month, I
figured I look around at the competition. I
drove the Volvo XC90, BWM X5 , VW
Touareg, the latest Explorer and the Toyota
Sequoia. Hands down, the Sequoia
impressed me the most...and continues to
Handles like a luxury car, it's quiet, the top of
the line JBL stereo rocks, and it's really
Probably an impossibility, but better gas
mileage would be nice. But with everything
else going for it, I really can't complain.
2004 Toyota Sequoia SR5 Rwd 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
All around nice vehicle! Never thought
I'd own a Toyota due to cost but, after
extensive comparison shopping do not
and know I will never regret spending
the extra time and money. I don't like
the driver's side seat belt which can
be difficult at times to put on because
of location (hard to get a hold of).
The clock is difficult to see; to low
on console and the temperature controls
are confusing to operate.
Lots of room for passengers and a good
feeling of safety when driving. Great
vehicle for long trips on the highway.
Maybe a fold down rear door, because
when you put anything in the back (ie.
groceries or purchases by the time you
get to your destination, open the hatch
everything wants to fall out. After a
few costly losses of merchandise, I've
learned to be a little more careful