New 2019 ToyotaSequoia Limited

  • VIN: 5TDJY5G10KS165880
  • Stock: 190099
In Transit
to Sloane Toyota of Philadelphia
Hours and Directions

Fuel Economy
13/17 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Other
Interior Color
Other
Body/Seating
SUV/8 seats
Transmission
6-Speed Automatic Electronic
Drivetrain
4x4
Engine
5.7L V-8 cyl
Toyota Sequoia

Highlighted Features

  • Navigation system
  • Blind spot sensor
  • Lane departure
  • Leather upholstery
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Power moonroof
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Parking sensors

Included Packages & Options

  • Rear-Seat Blu-ray Entertainment System$1,920
    • Wireless Headphones
  • Safety & Convenience Package$1,250
    • Two-Position Power Memory Driver's Seat
    • Leather Trim Seats
    • Radio: Premium Display Audio w/Nav/Entune/JBL
  • All-Weather Floor Liner Package$378
    • All Weather Floor Liners
    • All-Weather Cargo Mat
    • Door Sill Protectors
Included Options
  • Wireless Headphones$95

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

2019 Toyota Sequoia Limited 6-Speed Automatic Electronic, 4WD.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.8Out of 5
  • Rolling beast

    By Houston on Wednesday, August 08, 2012

    4.0
    My wife and I both love driving this SUV. We bought the Platinum edition, 2010 model year. More features & driver control than the Expy Limited we traded in. The center console on the 2nd row is OFF THE HOOK! Love having 3 options to adjust the ride: smooth, normal, sport. GREAT idea to put buttons behind and to the side of the 2nd row seats to lower or raise the 3rd row. You can, as with the Expy, also do that from the back with the tailgate raised. You CANNOT do that in a Chevy or Caddy. Their 3rd row is still manual! STUPID! They haven't changed that since they introduced the 3rd row! We would have bought an Escalade if it weren't for the idiotic 3rd row. But I digress. Back to point: it has so far been everything we expected from Toyota. Reliable, higher quality fit & trim, quieter ride than Expy. The only glaring downsides are 1) DEFINITELY does not have the cargo room of an Expy. 2) Many functions on the nav screen you can't do while the car is moving. It's a safety feature, but did the Japanese forget that PASSENGERS ride in PASSENGER vehicles? 3) Listening to a call coming from the vehicle's bluetooth ain't great. Time will tell on true reliablity, and how I ultimately determine its value. It only has +/- 42,000 miles on it, so I wouldn't expect anything to go wrong mechanically yet. And it hasn't. Not like the GMC I bought whose transmission gave out at 38,000 miles. I will tell you this: the salesman used an electronic tool to test the paint thickness on the Expy we traded in. Any significant variations among the different areas of the car would tell him the car had been repainted, indicating certainly body repair, and possibly an unknown/unreported wreck. I had him test the Sequoia and the paint thickness was twice as much as the Expy. More durable? Harder to damage/scratch?
  • I love this Vehicle.....

    By Palmgirl2 on Tuesday, August 07, 2012

    5.0
    I love this vehicle! I was afraid it would be too big for me, but it handles like a dream and it turns on a dime for its size. If you are afraid it will drive like a truck.... it doesnt! Its big enough for our family of 6 and all of our luggage when we travel. The only down fall for us would be that my extended family is always wanting to take it on trips. I would HIGHLY recommend the Sequoia.
  • Does what I need it to do

    By GK on Tuesday, October 16, 2012

    5.0
    Have had a 2012 Platinum edition for about 10 months. Have made four 13 hour straight shot 900 miles each way run to North Carolina and paid less for gas, arrived more rested, and carried a bunch more stuff than I could in my BMW X5. The gas mileage is lower, but it burns regular which saves on the actual cost. The range is lower that the X5 (320 miles per tank v. 450 in the BMW), but the dogs like the extra break. I drag a 5,000 lb pontoon around NC. My X5 would burn a little clutch (yes, clutch) getting it up a ramp. With the Sequoia, I can't tell anything is back there. And all the mirrors make it a breeze to back a 9 ft wide pontoon into an 11 ft wide carport. The truck does fine in Chicago traffic, and I have no problems with on-street parking - all the sonar and the rear view camera do help with that - or issues with garage heights. The adaptive cruise control takes a little getting used to, but is really nice on open roads. One issue, the cruise control in adaptive mode doesn't like rain, but you can turn the radar off and use regular cruise control mode. I usually use the "sport" ride set-up, and it's still comfortable and almost as quick as the BMW. It doesn't blow as much as the BMW in crosswinds, and is really stable on ice. I like that I decide when she's in 2, 4, or 4 Low wheel drive, v. some computer. In soft mode it rides like a luxury sedan. I have had no service issues, and haven't paid a cent for maintenance service through 3 oil changes. It reminds me of the 1999 4 Runner I had years ago - on steroids and with a few more bells and whistles.

*Tax, title, registration, and documentation fee of $141 are extra. Final prices may include a Toyota rebate if available.

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