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3/4 Front Glamour 2016 Toyota Sequoia
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Generations

When SUVs became mainstream in the 1990s, American manufacturers dominated the market's full-size segment. With a few exceptions at the highest end of the market, consumers turned to GM or Ford when they needed to tow a boat or ferry more than five people at a time.

That dominance ebbed in 2001 when Toyota introduced the Sequoia, a truck-based SUV with V8 power and three rows of seating. Buyers weren't used to seeing something so big in a Toyota showroom, but that didn't matter. Sales were good, and Toyota rolled out a second-generation Sequoia for 2008. Though slightly smaller than the biggest Americans, it remains the brand's largest vehicle for 2013.

2008 - 2016 Toyota Sequoia

3/4 Front Glamour 2016 Toyota Sequoia

Major changes included: The second generation Sequoia is based on the Tundra platform. It is available in SR5, Limited, and Platinum trims. All have an available 5.7 liter V8 engine. The interior features changes such as DVD based navigation with backup camera, a DVD entertainment system, and seat warmers/coolers in the front row.

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