2004 Toyota Sequoia SR5 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
I have this car for two months now and
after 1000 miles have few complaints.
Smooth ride, solid construction, very
quiet, good acceleration and tons of
room. Turning ratio is good, but the
vehicle can be a little tough to
manuever in parking lots. Rear
visibility is partially obscured by
rear seat headrests. Gas mileage
about 15, but that's expected for a V-
8. My biggest gripe is that auto-off
headlamps were not on this vehicle,
despite it being listed as standard
equipment on Edmunds website. Seems
Toyota builds some with it and some
Smooth ride, nice acceleration, solid
construction (no squeaks or rattles,
tight), tons of room, abundance of
power outlets, high ground clearance.
Add auto-off headlights to all
vehicles; gas mileage; fan for AC/heat
is underpowered, though climate
control generally works well; no door
lock at rear by hatchback; remote
opens rear window, but cannot close it.
2004 Toyota Sequoia Limited 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
Very dependable, comfortable, loaded
with style and performance. Definitely
worth spending the $40,000 plus for
the Limited edition. The leather is
very comfortable epecially with the
heated seats. Great family vehicle.
For some unknown reason the passenger
side seat does not have a lumbar. You
can't adjust your seat (back) like you
can with the driver seat.
2004 Toyota Sequoia SR5 Rwd 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)
I upgraded to the Sequoia so I would have room to hall my kids and all their sports gear around. I love the comfort and the ability to fold the seats up or remove them depending on how much room I need. It has a smooth ride and is just as comfortable as my Lexus ES300 was but with lots more room!
Make the removable seats a little lighter or make them so they fold down into the floor of the vehicle.