Three-row seating, technology upgrades, and driver assists come with the reliability you'd expect in the Toyota 2020 Sequoia SUV.
The Sequoia is a well-outfitted full-size SUV that comes loaded with standard features and new technology, rounded out with signature Toyota reliability and workmanship.
The featured-loaded Sequoia returns for 2016, delivering on Toyota’s promise for a large-sized SUV.
Full-sized SUVs don’t get much classier or feature-rich thanthe Toyota Sequoia, which offers the viable third-row and plenty of interioramenities to satisfy even the pickiest of car shoppers.
A full-size seven passenger SUV, the 2014 Toyota Sequoia provides a comfortable ride without compromising power and utility.
Updated for 2013, the Toyota Sequoia is a seven passenger full-size SUV offered in RWD and 4WD drivetrains.
Unchanged for 2012, the Toyota Sequoia is a seven passenger full-size SUV offered in RWD and 4WD drivetrains.
A full-size SUV, the 2011 Toyota Sequoia offers comfort and power combined with modern amenities, making it a practical sport utility vehicle.
With standard seating for seven and optional seating for eight, the 2010 Toyota Sequoia is a large SUV with room for everyone.
The largest SUV sold under the Toyota name, the 2009 Toyota Sequoia offers comfort and power with loads of room to spare, making it a powerful family hauler.
Redesigned for the new year, the 2008 Toyota Sequoia is a large SUV with seating for up to eight passengers and two V8 engines to choose from.
The 2007 Toyota Sequoia is a full-size SUV powered by a 273 hp V8 which offers seating for up to eight passengers.
A full-size SUV that slots between the Highlander and the Land Cruiser, the 2006 Toyota Sequoia seats eight passengers and comes standard with Vehicle Stability Control.
A full-size SUV, the 2005 Toyota Sequoia seats eight passengers and offers a softer ride than the Land Cruiser.
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The Sequoia full-size SUV was released in 2001 to meet growing market demands for behemoth cars. Following its release, nothing was different for 2002. New 17” premium alloy wheels graced the Sequoia for 2003, with updates to all upper trim levels and options. 2004 would see no updates. But in 2005, the engine got a power boost to 282 hp with a new five-speed automatic transmission, in-glass antenna and colored fender flares.
2006 wouldn’t yield any notable updates with front-seat side airbags and side curtain airbags being made standard in 2007. A redesigned Sequoia hit showroom floors in 2008, with a beefier V8 engine, new fold-flat third-row seating and new upper trim levels. Following no updates in 2009, the 2010 Sequoia would get a more powerful V8 engine, an updated audio system and Bluetooth/iPod integration. Nothing was different for 2011, with trailer sway control being made standard across all trim levels in 2012. For 2013, minor updates were made to the options and trim levels.