Toyota Sequoia Ratings

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    2002 Toyota Sequoia - SR5 4x2

    Pros: Nimble handling. Power

    Cons: fuel mileage

    Advice: If this is your first SUV, you'll be shocked by the fuel mileage.

    Easy to drive. Feels like your driving a car instead of a truck. Power delivery is smooth. Currently I'm averaging 17 mpg which i consider poor. (Note: This is my first SUV. My other car is a 1988 Corolla)

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    2002 Toyota Sequoia - Limited 4x2

    Pros: sound system

    Cons: moon roof

    Advice: dive it you will like it

    I like it so well that I purshased it.

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    2002 Toyota Sequoia - Limited 4x2

    Pros: Seating for 8 and rear climate controls

    Cons: Blind spot created by the passanger side(2nd) row headrest

    Advice: buy it!

    I loved the way it handled and the comfort. It drives like a car.

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    2002 Toyota Sequoia - SR5 4x2

    Pros: Separate front/rear temp controls, even with sunroof. Competition does not have separate rear controls available with a sunroof.

    Cons: For my wife, the primary driver of this vehicle , it's that darn blindspot caused by second row outboard headrest .

    Advice: Look at the Yukon/Tahoe, then compare overall with this vehicle. This should have better resale down the road, and has a greater level of safety features.

    Fit, finish, and function are excellent! The ride is not as soft as our Suburban, but is not far off the Yukon we test drove. Driver blind spot resulting from the oversize headrest at the 2nd row passenger side is a problem for shorter drivers. Solution may be to remove this headrest until needed to carry a taller passenger in that position. Young children will not require the headrest. Shoulder belts at all seats a big plus, with outboard adjustable shoulder harnesses in the 1st and second rows great for kids and shorter adults to prevent harness from strangling them. Storage bins throughout, cupholders. Cloth is the seat material of our choice for passenger all weather comfort. Outstanding safety features include Vehicle Skid Control, ABS, limited slip control for 4WD. Bigger than the Yukon, more cargo room, better seatbelts, front, side, and sidecurtain airbags, yet

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    2002 Toyota Sequoia - SR5 4x4

    Pros: Remote access to back window which goes up/down

    Cons: big blind spot behind second row passenger side

    Advice: you don't need the 'Limited' package. We have almost every feature but paid about 5k less.

    Love this SUV. Although it is large, it drives like a car. Handles well...doesn't feel like a big vehicle. Very comfortable. It doesn't fit in our garage but looks great in our driveway. Perfect size for our growing family. Very child seat friendly.