2001 Toyota Sequoia Consumer Review: One year with the Sequoia

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One year with the Sequoia
By krisko on


2001 Toyota Sequoia Limited 2WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 4A)


If you are considering a full sized
SUV, the Sequoia must be a serious
contender. It features gobs of room,
numerous safety features, plenty of
luxo goodies yet is relatively fun and
easy to drive for such a big vehicle.
While a tad pricey compared to the
competition, I think in the long run
it will be cheaper when repairs and
depreciation are considered. I paid
$38,700 for mine with everything but
sunroof and 4wd. I could have bought
the same Expedition or Durango for
almost $10,000 less but I know I'd
have problems down the road. Bottom
line? Peace of mind is worth money to

Best Features

Simply put, my favorite feature is SIZE. This truck gobbles up people, stuff, animals, whatever. Obviously the build quality and superior design are big features as well. I also like how it drives, truck like to be sure but still pretty manueverable.

Worst Features

My biggest gripe is the color choices, I settled on some funky grey that I still don't like. Interior feels a tad cheap, and at $40,000 I think memory seats should be included and sound quality is barely acceptable at this price point. Styling is okay but not memorable.
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