2013 Toyota Sequoia Reviewed at Auto Trader

Seems that the automaker did a good job when naming this SUV the “Sequoia” as it's huge, bold and imposing, giving you a strong feeling of robustness, safety and determination to go through every type of terrain.
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The Toyota Sequoia is basically a Tundra that got ‘un-pickuped’ and transformed into a full size SUV, strongly built on a classic boxed frame.

It is offered in three versions - SR5, Limited and Platinum - the basic model starting at $42,455 msrp. For that money, you get a 5.7-liter V8 petrol engine under the hood which is bolted to a six-speed automatic gearbox that sends the power only to the back wheels. For the AWD one, you have to add about $3,200 more.

Inside you will get automatic three-zone front and rear climate control, eight-speaker audio system with multiple connectivity, easy-clean fabric-trimmed seats with 8-way power adjustable driver seat and 4-way passenger one, cruise control, leather trimmed tilt/telescopic steering wheel with controls and other features.

The 2013 Toyota Sequoia has been recently tested at Auto Trader. See the pros and cons they’ve formulated after the test in the video bellow.

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