Toyota Sequoia Overview
The big, eight-passenger Sequoia has a strong and refined 5.7-liter V8 paired to a six-speed automatic. That combination returned 15-mpg overall in our tests. Rear- and selectable, full-time four-wheel drive are available. The ride is firm, and handling is clumsy but secure. The independent rear suspension allows the third-row seat to fold into a well, expanding cargo space. The power-retractable rear window is a useful feature. It's a high step-in to get into the cabin, but once inside passengers will find the interior to be very roomy. Reliability has been above average, but the Sequoia scores too low in our testing to recommend.
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