2020 Toyota Sequoia Cargo Bay and Seating Capacity
Crossovers are great for single persons or small families, but sometimes you need a big, proper SUV with all the space and power that the SUV classification entails. Not many auto manufacturers make a true SUV anymore, so choices are limited. Luckily, Toyota, one of the most reliable brands available, has one.
Meet the 2020 Toyota Sequoia, a three-row, full-size SUV. If we’re judging SUVs by their spaciousness, then it’s time to examine the Sequoia.
How much can I fit in a 2020 Toyota Sequoia?
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Perhaps the most exciting colors available on the lineup are found in the 2020 Toyota Supra, the exciting icon returned for the first time in years. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of choices available for each and every vehicle on the lineup. We figured you might be interested in seeing the many different exterior & interior color options of the 2020 Toyota Sequoia if you’re in the market for a full-size, traditional SUV. Certain colors, both inside and out, are only available on certain trim levels. Give us a call to inquire about a specific color! Read the rest of this entry
The 2019 Toyota Sequoia has been around for several months now, so we’ve already had plenty of time to cover a lot of its specs & features. But we thought we’d refresh your memory on some of the things that make it so great before the 2020 model makes its way here to Palatine. What better aspects to look at, then, but space & versatility? A large, traditional SUV like the Sequoia has to be versatile and offer plenty of space for both passengers and cargo, which the 2019 Sequoia certainly does. Read the rest of this entry
The highlight of the 2019 Chicago Auto Show was without a doubt the introduction of new members of the Toyota Racing Development lineup. We figured the best way to commemorate all of them would be, per usual, by putting together a photo gallery filled with pictures of the different models. The images below include snapshots of the 2020 Sequoia, 4Runner, Tacoma and Tundra TRD Pro Series as well as the 2020 RAV4 TRD Off-Road. Enjoy, and we cannot wait to give you more information about them. Read the rest of this entry
Back in early 2017, at the Chicago Auto Show of that year, Toyota introduced a brand-new TRD Sport trim level for the 2018 Toyota Sequoia. It marked the first time the classic full-size SUV had its own Toyota Racing Development trim level and we were all stoked about it. The 2019 model year saw the TRD Sport trim level return, so we knew there would be a continued future for the Sequoia in the TRD tribe. Thus far, the only members of the TRD Pro Series remained the Tacoma, Tundra and 4Runner. But now? Well, a fourth vehicle is about to become a member, as the 2020 Toyota Sequoia finally adds its own TRD Pro trim level. While a release date has yet to be set, we imagine it will be available sometime this fall alongside the brand-new RAV4 TRD Off-Road. Read the rest of this entry
Why stop now? We thought we’d keep on looking at the trim levels & fuel economy ratings of the vehicles that we offer here, much like we did with towing capacities for the utility vehicles and pickup trucks available on the lineup. Today, we’re going to look at the 2019 Toyota Sequoia, a vehicle that doesn’t have an overabundance of trim levels, but enough to give you plenty of options to choose from. Read the rest of this entry
When it comes to the Toyota Sequoia there is plenty to love and get excited about. There aren’t a ton of true sport utility vehicles left on the market, as their more modern counterparts – known as crossovers – have taken over. But those that remain have stuck around for good reason, and the 2019 Toyota Sequoia is one of them. We thought we’d show you what makes it such an excellent option by highlighting a few of its specs & features today. Read the rest of this entry
We’ve recently started a trend of going through many of our larger vehicles, like the pickup trucks and utility vehicles, to give you a better sense of how much each is capable of towing. That way, if towing is an important factor in your daily driving life, you can get a better sense of which vehicle would be right for you based on how much it can tow! Today we thought we’d take a look at the next “entrant” in that trend, the 2018 Toyota Sequoia. Read the rest of this entry
Did you know that the Toyota Sequoia received a mild refresh for the 2018 model year? It wasn’t a widely announced fact, as it was outshined by the introduction of the first-ever 2018 Toyota Sequoia TRD Sport, but it did happen! We thought we’d dive into what the refresh entailed by going over what’s new in the 2018 Toyota Sequoia. Read the rest of this entry
Today we wanted to take a look at a vehicle we haven’t touched on in a few months, the 2018 Toyota Sequoia. This traditional SUV is an incredible machine that we’re quite excited to be able to provide. As with most utility vehicles, it offers an abundance of space and versatility-enhancing features, so let’s dive into a few of them to give you an idea of what the vehicle has to offer. Read the rest of this entry