Named for the largest redwood trees in the world, the Toyota Sequoia maintains its position as a full-size SUV that’s big on roominess, power, and capability. It’s also huge on Toyota’s trademark quality and value.
The Sequoia is perfect for customers who want it all: roominess, off-road skillfulness, towing capability, and style. No matter its trim – SR5, Limited, Platinum – or drivetrain configuration – two-wheel or four-wheel drive – it is a rolling habitat of comfort and connectivity.
The Sequoia is, in fact, Toyota’s king of comfort, with plenty of room in all three seating rows. The independent suspension makes for the Sequoia’s smooth ride, and in the rear, plays a large part in allowing for the third row’s roominess, which offers adult-size legroom (35.1 in.). Second-row legroom is not in the least bit cramped at a full-size sedan-like 40.9 inches. Even with its sizeable capaciousness and mass, the Sequoia immediately gives the impression of driving “smaller than it is” thanks to its supple ride and 38.1-ft. turning diameter.