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Toyota Sequoia
Toyota Sequoia
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Toyota Sequoia Overview

The big, eight-passenger Sequoia has a strong and refined 5.7-liter V8 paired to a six-speed automatic. This 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, and the independent rear suspension allows the third-row seat to be folded into a well, improving cargo space. The power-retractable rear window is another nice touch. It's a high step-in to get into the cabin, but once inside passengers will find the interior very roomy. Reliability has been above average.

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