2014 Toyota Sequoia Limited 4dr SUV 4WD (5.7L 8cyl 6A)
Ok - I started with a much longer review, but ran out of space.
If you are looking for a car that will take you out of "mini-van world" and make you feel slightly cool and powerful, you found the right, over-priced vehicle for the masses. If, however, you are like me, and actually care about aesthetics, performance and amenities, you will be disappointed.
Hard to find a favorite feature - maybe that it DOESN'T have automatic windshield wipers?
The Bluetooth capabilities are decent, but if you set up two phones, prepare to have to go into the setup menu every time both phones are even in the same proximity.
Why doesn't it just ask you which phone it should connect to when it detects both?
After owning Suburbans for the past decade, I switched only to take advantage of the extra horse power to tow my horse trailer.
I bought the same "trim" package in the Sequoia that I had in the Suburban, and I am missing: middle seat heated seats, memory driver seat, split back/seat heating in the front seats, adjustable exit/entry lighting - and, worst of all, it has an ridiculously small fuel tank!
If you want to risk running out of fuel hauling your horses, this the car for you.
It borders on absurd.
You get about 360 miles/gallon hwy without towing, about 230 towing.
At least in my Suburban I got 500 hwy and 375 hauling! Very disappointing.
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