2019 Toyota Sequoia Review, Ratings, Specs, Prices, And Photos

Posted on November 23, 2017 by Randy Doonan

The 2019 Toyota Sequoia is available in four trim levels that start at around $50,000 and climb dramatically from there.

We rate the lineup at 5 out of 10 with a point for standard safety gear that we take back for the lack of smartphone compatibility.

The Sequoia features an impressive list of equipment as standard including 18-inch alloy wheels, LED high and low beam and daytime running lights, body-colored heated mirrors, and a sunroof. Inside the thick leather-wrapped steering wheel, power adjustable cloth seats, and a 4.2-inch display in the instrument cluster are augmented by a three-zone climate control system.  A 6.1-inch touchscreen for infotainment includes satellite radio but lacks Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. At about $53,000 with four-wheel drive, it’s expensive but the best value of the lineup.

The TRD Sport trim adds 20-inch wheels, darkened exterior trim, a sport-tuned suspension with Bilstein shocks, captains chairs for the second row, and TRD logos scattered throughout the interior for about $3,500 more

The Limited brings bright 20-inch wheels, chrome mirror caps and door handles, and a power tailgate. Leather seats with added adjustability for the driver, a power-folding third row, and navigation balloon its price to about $61,500 with four-wheel drive.

The Sequoia Platinum trim level receives adaptive dampers, a load-leveling suspension, unique 20-inch wheels, power folding mirrors with turn signal indicators, and additional chrome exterior trim. Cooled front seats and a Blu-ray system for rear-seat riders help justify a price just shy of $70,000.

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