2019 Toyota Sequoia Walk Around

If the Sequoia looks familiar, it should, after 12 years without a significant change to its styling. The shape is bulky; the proportions of the truck-based design include a short front overhang with long hood, seeming to stretch the distance between the front wheels and windshield. The last update brought tweaks to the front and rear fascia to bring sharper angles, along with more chrome.


The Sequoia’s interior shows its age but it’s easy to use. The nearly vertical dashboard with rugged dials and knobs reminds you that it’s a truck.

It’s comfortable, too, with front seats that are broad and well-padded, and have 8-way power adjustment for the driver’s seat, in the SR5. Cloth upholstery is standard on the SR5.

It feels roomy though it provides less interior space than, say, the Toyota Sienna van. The frame doesn’t allow a low cargo floor or seats that fold into the floor. Of course it’s all a trade-off, as the van can’t tow like the Sequoia.

Access to the third row isn’t easy. The best Sequoia for seating is the Platinum, with its power-folding third row and optional (meaning even more money) second-row captain’s chairs.

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