2019 Toyota Sequoia

Make your life easier with the 2019 Toyota Sequoia! Lauren Fix from Car Coach Reports takes this full-size SUV for a test drive in this expert car review.

What’s new
The 2019 Toyota Sequoia carries over unchanged
Part of the second Sequoia generation introduced for 2008

Test vehicle is a Platinum

MSRP: From $48,700
Platinum starts at: $64,410
MPG: 13 city / 17 highway
Towing capacity: 7,000 to 7,400 lbs

Cargo area is one of the largest in this class
For a big SUV, it rides pretty comfortably over bumps
Flexible seating arrangement allows for up to eight passengers
Respectable off-road capability for a big SUV

Even among large SUVs, fuel economy is poor
Audio controls and front central cupholders are hard to reach
Touchscreen is small and outdate

Competes with:
Nissan Armada
Ford Expedition
Buick Enclave
Chevrolet Tahoe
Dodge Durango

Courtesy of Toyota
Aired: December 3, 2018

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