2017 Toyota Sequoia Utility 4D SR5 2WD V8

Toyota Sequoia
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  • Avg. Listing Price

    $38,950

  • Avg. Mileage

    41,520

  • MPG City / Hwy

    13/17

  • Top Colors

    • White
    • Silver
    • Black
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  • Drivetrain

    4WD

  • Engine

    8 Cyl

  • Displacement

    5.7 L

  • Transmission

    Automatic

  • Fuel tank

    26 Gal

  • Fuel Type

    Gasoline

  • Door count

    4

  • IIHS Overall Safety

    N/A

  • Emissions Score

    N/A

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What People Are Paying

Prices shown are the prices people paid including dealer discounts for a used 2017 Toyota Sequoia Utility 4D SR5 2WD V8 with standard options and in good condition with an average of 12,000 miles per year. Taxes and fees (title, registration, license, document and transportation fees) are not included.

Average price paid

$30,145
Data from 8 transactions - Updated 08/09/20
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80% of people paid between:
$28,469 - $32,023
Data from 8 transactions - Updated 08/09/20

Vehicle Rating

Overall

The J.D. Power 100-Point Score is based on hundreds of thousands of independent and unbiased opinions of verified car owners regarding their vehicle's quality, dependability, performance, depreciation and their experience at the dealership

SUV Rating Avg. Price
#1 GMC Yukon 88 $36,981
#2 Chevrolet Tahoe 84 N/A
#3 Chevrolet Suburban 82 $36,900
#4 Ford Expedition 82 $27,500
#5 GMC Yukon XL 82 $35,777
#8 Toyota Sequoia 80 $34,999

Ratings

These additional ratings provide more detail behind the overall score in terms of quality, reliability, safety, experience, and resale value of a vehicle based on verified owner input.

Driving Experience

J.D. Power
75
Out of 100
GREAT
75/100

Resale

J.D. Power
82
Out of 100
GREAT
82/100

Dealership Experience

J.D. Power
83
Out of 100
GREAT
83/100

The Pros

Measured owner satisfaction with 2017 Toyota Sequoia performance, styling, comfort, features, and usability after 90 days of ownership.

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Problem Areas

The problems experienced by owners of the 2017 Toyota Sequoia during the first 90 days of ownership.

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Consumer Reviews Verified Owner Reviews

Reviews from owners of the 2017 Toyota Sequoia.

Verified owner

Bill

  • Mar 13, 2019
  • 8,000
  • Owned 10 months
4 out of 5 stars

Sequoia is an "old school" SUV. But it is very reliable, roomy, pulls trailers, and is comfortable. This is my third Sequoia. All have been bullet proof.

Verified owner

Doc

  • Aug 22, 2017
  • 4,100
  • Owned 5 months
4 out of 5 stars

This is my 3rd Sequoia. The last one was a 2004. It rides and has been as reliable as the others. The only item that I would have preferred to be better is the Navigation screen. It is not very clear and hard to see especially on a bright day. Access to it is also a dangerous. There is no mouse and

Verified owner

Donald

  • Aug 19, 2017
  • 5,077
  • Owned 4 months
5 out of 5 stars

Our 2017 Toyota Sequoia is our third starting with a 2012 model. These vehicles have been extremely reliable, comfortable, stylish, safe and functional. The resale/trade-in value is outstanding, and the gas mileage is certainly acceptable for such a roomy, powerful vehicle. The Toyota Sequoia sho

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