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Toyota Sequoia Reviews from Consumer Reports

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Toyota Sequoia Reviews

The Toyota Sequoia is a 4-door SUV offered in a 4WD 5.7L FFV Limited (Natl), 4WD 5.7L FFV SR5 (Natl), 4WD 5.7L FFV Platinum (Natl), RWD 5.7L Limited (Natl), 4WD 5.7L Platinum (Natl), RWD 5.7L Platinum (Natl), RWD 5.7L SR5 (Natl), 4WD 5.7L Limited (Natl) and 4WD 5.7L SR5 (Natl). The powertrains include 5.7-liter V8 (381 hp) engines, and 6-speed automatic transmissions. It is Rear or selectable 4WD wheel drive. EPA-rated fuel economy ranges from 13 mpg city to 18 mpg highway. The Sequoia uses Regular fuel.

Competing models include Dodge Durango and Lexus GX.

Last Model Reviewed: 2008

Reviewed Toyota Sequoias from Consumer Reports

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  • 2008 Toyota Sequoia Limited V8

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