2004 Toyota Sequoia
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    $31,625 - $44,220
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    2004 Toyota Sequoia Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Toyota Sequoia

    • The Tundra is a paragon of refinement and thus provides the basis for one very pleasant sport-utility vehicle.

      - Automobile
    • The powerplant is clean enough to earn the Sequoia ULEV (ultra-low-emissions vehicle) status.

      - Automobile
    • There are 10 cupholders, four 12-volt power outlets and a retractable rear window in the rear hatch.

      - AutoWeek
    • ...power rear window... can be activated with a remote key fob...

      - Canadian Driver
    • Though it's based on a truck chassis, the Sequoia's drivetrain, brakes and safety features are really quite sophisticated.

      - Canadian Driver
    • Even with over ten inches of ground clearance, it is not as much of a chore to get up into the truck as you might think.

      - Cars Everything
    • ...the Sequoia is also very civilized, quiet, comfortable, and, in the Limited version we drove, very luxurious.

      - New Car Test Drive
    • We loved the smooth and powerful V8 engine. It's a marvel of a power plant, and this truck needs all of its 240 horsepower. The transmission, too, was seamless in operation.

      - New Car Test Drive
    • Getting to the third-row seat was, as such bend-and-fold moves go, easy.

      - USA Today

    What reviewers liked least about the Toyota Sequoia

    • ...the clock is mounted far too low in center of the dash and is obscured by the climate control switches.

      - New Car Test Drive
    • ...getting back there [to the third-row seats] will take a bit of mountain goat scrambling.

      - The Car Connection
    • ...steering felt slightly darty... Front suspension wasn't as well-controlled as expected.

      - USA Today

    Toyota Sequoia Comparisons

    • ... in direct competition with the Chevy Tahoe, GMC Yukon, and Ford Expedition, while offering world-class Toyota fabrication and reliability.

      - Car and Driver
    • rivals are equipped with their much more powerful optional engines.

      - Cars Everything
    • ...compare similarly equipped Expeditions and Tahoe/Yukons, and you'll find that the Sequoia prices out almost identical...

      - Edmunds.com
    • ...it's actually bigger than a Chevrolet Tahoe and about equal in size to a Ford Expedition. That's a big dog. Not quite Ford Excursion or Hummer proportions, but still a near-monster truck.

      - New Car Test Drive

    Best one-liner about the Toyota Sequoia

    • ...among one of only a handful of words in the English language that uses up all five vowels.

      - AutoWeek

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