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  • Roomy and Spacious
  • V-8 Power
  • Reliable
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  • Domestic Competitors are More Efficient
  • Smallish Third-Row Seat
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MSRP
$44,395
MPG
13 / 17
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ENGINE
5.7L V8
HORSE POWER
381 hp
@ 5,600 rpm
TORQUE
401 ft lb
of torque @ 3,600 rpm
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Like its competition from GM, Ford, and Nissan, the Toyota Sequoia is a fullsize, body-on-frame SUV that traces its genesis to a ½-ton pickup. The current generation has been on the market since 2008, borrowing many styling features and mechanical bits from the contemporary Tundra, and it offers a civilized on-road ride and refined cabin to a small, yet competitive segment.
However, while its dated powertrain is competitive in terms of output and strength, it falls behind in terms of efficiency. The powerful, 381hp 5.7L V-8 only musters 13/18 mpg city/highway, which pales in comparison to the 16/23 available from the Chevrolet Tahoe.
But for Toyota devotees, the Sequoia is nearly perfect. The company’s reputation for interior quality is in full force in the Sequoia, and although the third row is slightly cramped, the rest of the interior is spacious and easy to access. It also upholds Toyota-standard off-road and inclement-weather traction when equipped with four-wheel drive and the associated locking center differential.
A new Sequoia isn’t on the horizon and, until one shows up, we doubt Toyota will win too many sales from the Chevy Tahoe or Ford Expedition. But those who choose the Sequoia will probably love it anyway.

REVIEW

First Drive: 2011 Toyota Sequoia Platinum

Burly, Brawny, Blingy

Benson Kong
Jun 8, 2011
Photographers: Julia LaPalme
Turns out the Toyota Sequoia can get glammed up if it wants. Although it's far from the prettiest sport/ute out there, the 2011 Toyota Sequoia Platinum is at the beck and call of consumers looking for an upscale alternative in the full-size SUV market (a field that has long been a domestic specialty).
Photo 2/20   |   2011 Toyota Sequoia Platinum Front Three Quarters
We'd posit the hypothetical flannel-wearing lumberjack enjoys the simpler things in life. But for $17,150 over the base SR5, Toyota will throw in an all-inclusive Platinum package that should satiate any wood-splitting feller with more discriminating taste. Opt for the stout Multi Mode (part-time) four-wheel drive system for another $3225 and you get our Silver Sky Metallic, $61,380 Sequoia Platinum (includes $975 destination charge) test vehicle.
That's a considerable amount of money, but Toyota isn't using all of it to line its corporate coffers. It's obvious the Sequoia is an immediate sibling to the Tundra pickup truck, though the big SUV gets its own unique rear suspension. Work trucks ritually use simplistic, yet stout, leaf springs in the rear for load-bearing purposes. Toyota presumably couldn't fathom such devices on its upmarket SUV, and put an order in for independent rear double A-arms with dampers and a 0.91-inch anti-roll bar. Matching the back end is a set of front dual A-arms.
Photo 3/20   |   2011 Toyota Sequoia Platinum Rear Three Quarters
The payoff is much better ride quality compared to the hop-happy Tundra, but the Sequoia still pales in comparison to the pricier and more refined Land Cruiser. Adaptive Variable Suspension alters the shocks' damping profile to suit the available Comfort, Normal, and Sport modes, while Electronically Modulated Air Suspension helps the Sequoia withstand bottoming out when it's acting as a beast of burden. (Platinum 4WD carries 7000-pound towing and 1235-pound payload ratings.) Both suspension-assist systems are specific to the Platinum, as are the 20-inch diamond-finish alloy wheels with 275/55/20 rubber.
Photo 4/20   |   2011 Toyota Sequoia Platinum Side
Even with the heap of chassis help, it's the interior appointments that will ultimately sell the Sequoia Platinum. The cabin doesn't disappoint and comes furnished with fine perforated leather colored Graphite or vibrant Red Rock. There's little skimping on features. Platinum buyers receive a 12-way-adjustable power driver's seat with memory function, heating, and cooling. Dynamic Laser Cruise Control, voice-activated touch-screen DVD navigation, a rear-seat DVD entertainment system, and a steering wheel with leather trim and "simulated wood," per Toyota's words, are bundled in, too. Heated second-row captain's chairs, exclusive to the topline model, mean the three-row SUV stays a seven-seater at its people-hauling limit, but a human stowaway likely wouldn't be troubled to hole up in the cargo hold. (Disclaimer: We don't condone transporting unruly passengers in this manner.)
Photo 11/20   |   2011 Toyota Sequoia Platinum Front End
The center stack is a bit gimmicky, but still has some appeal. Mirroring the Tundra, the enormous plastic-laden stack and accompanying center console may as well be called the "great divide," especially if driver and front passenger are of smaller stature. The seats easily swallow occupants like a familiar La-Z-Boy. Controls placed within the driver's immediate reach are deemed more critical to vehicular operation -- the rotary switch for the four-wheel drive system, lock button for the Torsen limited-slip center differential, and Tow/Haul toggle to ready the six-speed automatic transmission. Farther from easy grasp are the Sequoia's sound system and tri-zone HVAC controls, but the steering wheel offers limited climate control functionality with temperature adjustment and off buttons.
Photo 12/20   |   2011 Toyota Sequoia Platinum Rear
Search hard and you'll find 18 cup holders (yes, 18), two more than the SR5 and mid-tier Limited trims. The cavernous cabin certainly doesn't lack space, yet the sheer volume constantly reminds us of its truck roots. It's difficult to kick the subliminal mental message saying: "This is a Tundra with a cap covering the bed and a much fancier interior." There's still a lot of pickup truck in the Sequoia's DNA, particularly when glancing at the gauge cluster and funky shifter.
Photo 13/20   |   2011 Toyota Sequoia Platinum Side In Motion
But at least it drives easily. The Sequoia Platinum has a towering presence on the road but the steering feels very car-like. It can be a little too loose at times; an older First Drive relays the steering was specially tuned "for females." (Disclaimer #2: Those were the words of Sequoia chief engineer Motoharu Araya.)
Photo 17/20   |   2011 Toyota Sequoia Platinum Front Three Quarter In Motion
There's no shortage of power. The Platinum employs Toyota's iForce 5.7-liter V-8 as standard kit, complete with a variable-length intake manifold, VVT-i, 381 horsepower, and 401 pound-feet of twist. Torque peaks at 2200 rpm, helping to deliver a feeling of steady pull. If you happen to live in a state with plentiful ethanol pumps, a separate flex-fuel-capable iForce V-8 will give you slightly fewer miles per gallon. The EPA rates the large SUV at 13 city/18 highway mpg in its present, four-wheel drive setup. Less-energy-dense E85 forces fuel consumption to backslide to 9 city/12 highway mpg.
Oh, and how could we almost forget about the exterior looks? Chrome door handles, side mirror covers, and front grille surround are the SUV's bling, complementing the bright 20s on display in the wheel wells. No, it doesn't have the cachet of a Cadillac Escalade or a Lincoln Navigator. But the Sequoia Platinum is definitely capacious enough for the lumberjack in your life, whether he likes dendrology or not.
Photo 18/20   |   2011 Toyota Sequoia Platinum Rear Three Quarter

2011 Toyota Sequoia Platinum
BASE PRICE $61,380
VEHICLE LAYOUT Front-engine, 4WD, 7-pass, 4-door SUV
ENGINE 5.7L/381-hp/401-lb-ft DOHC 32-valve V-8
TRANSMISSION 6-speed automatic
CURB WEIGHT 6050 lb (mfr)
WHEELBASE 122.0 in
LENGTH X WIDTH X HEIGHT 205.1 x 79.9 x 74.6 in
0-60 MPH 6.7 sec (MT est)
EPA CITY/HWY FUEL ECON 13/18 mpg
ENERGY CONSUMPTION, CITY/HWY 259/187 kW-hrs/100 miles (est)
CO2 EMISSIONS 1.31 lb/mile (est)
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