2007 Toyota Sequoia

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2007 Toyota Sequoia Review

Note: This review was created when the 2007 Toyota Sequoia was new.

The Sequoia delivers family-friendly, reliable transportation in a smooth-riding and spacious package. If you're in the market for an affordable large SUV, you should also consider the Chevrolet Tahoe and Ford Expedition.

8.4

Overall

Scorecard

Critics' Rating: 8.1
Performance: 8.3
Interior: 8.2
Safety: N/A
Reliability:
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Pros & Cons

  • Eight-passenger seating and class-leading cabin and cargo space
  • Functional interior with quality materials and good ergonomics
  • Stellar reliability and lots of standard safety features
  • Low towing capacity for an SUV
  • Drab exterior styling may not appeal to sporty-minded buyers
  • Some reviewers criticize rearward visibility

2007 Toyota Sequoia Overview

Reviewers largely agree that the 2007 Toyota Sequoia offers high value, quality and reliability at a reasonable price, along with good off-road capabilities and spacious seating for eight. First introduced in 2001 with a 2005 redesign, the 2007 Sequoia is a carryover that now comes standard with front-seat side air bags and side curtain air bags. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says, "If the price and politically incorrect mpg figures aren't turnoffs, its safety, comfort and passenger/cargo capacity make the Sequoia one of the top offerings in the full-size bracket."

But the majority of reviewers feel that, while the Sequoia is an excellent car, it's still not a great bargain. "Be prepared to pay a significant price for such mass and muscle," says the Detroit News. Despite that, Automobile.com says, "Although it may gouge the pocketbook more than some other mid-to-large size SUVs to buy and operate, when combined with Toyota's stellar reputation for reliability and strong resale value, the ... Sequoia is a definite safe bet for purchasers seeking a highly capable, premium SUV." IntelliChoice rates the base model's value as "excellent" for its predicted five-year total cost of ownership, compared to other vehicles in its class.

The 2007 Toyota Sequoia is available in two trims: the base Sequoia SR5 and the Sequoia Limited.

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