Whats New for the 2004 Toyota Sequoia?
Toyota adds standard equipment to the Sequoia without raising prices for 2004. Dual-zone front and rear climate control and front power captain’s chairs are added to the Toyota Sequoia SR5’s standard equipment list, while Limited models get a power moonroof as part of the entry price. Advantages of the 2004 Toyota Sequoia: Large size belies impressive maneuverabilityEasy push-button four-wheel drive engagementMuch more genteel than its American competitorsObjections to the 2004 Toyota Sequoia: Engine lacks brawn compared to its competitors, both in power and towing capacityRear seat removal can cause headaches and backachesSome interior materials are inexpensive to the eye and touchEditor’s Advice: The Toyota Sequoia full-size SUV offers Detroit-sized dimensions blended with Japanese fit-and-finish. Toyota held a lock on this niche – imported full-size SUVs – until this year, when the Nissan Armada came tromping about. Sharing a platform with the Tundra pickup, the Toyota Sequoia is pr
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