2006 Toyota Sequoia User Reviews
SR5 4X4 shown
- $11,092 - $15,506
- rear window goes down, smooth ride, spacious without eating you up (GMC), controls on steering wheel
- heat controls, need intermediate setting either it 's too cold or you're burning up.
ON turns, slippery symbol comes on, car stops moving. this is great in case of a spinout on a wintery day or wet rain, but dry surfaces????
The car rides so smooth all passengers get lulled to sleep. Great traveling car. BOught our own DVD player fits between seats well!
For such a big vehicle, gas milages is great! CAr handling is good but can use tightening up a bit.
Need a middle setting for the heat. This is an extreme necessity! But i LOVE this car! Sorry i got it as a lease. Would have driven it more if bought out right. Stays parked now to avoid piling up mileage, not due to gas prices. Such a wonderful vehicle, I would drive it everyday if I could. parking is difficult , especially in the city.
But still ---- LOVE IT!!!!...read morehide
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- fuel economy good on highway alright on city driving
- good ride and handling
steering is good changed to 20 inch wheels and still drive with one hand do not know why others have problems with there steering
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- Excellent ride and confort
- Brakes are too sensitive for this full size SUV
I have a 2004 Sequioa Limited 4x2 which it is one of the best SUV because its size, ride and confort. It is a luxury car wherever you go but wheels must be bigger and then Sequoia will be the best.
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The SUV is very good perfomance and roommy for big family,
the problem is costly for gas. I am waiting for Sequoia with diesel engine, why don't Toyota sale their suv or truck with diesel engine in
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- Lots of room
- Radio not impressive but CD sounds ok
This is my first SUV and I love everything about my 06 Sequioa. I am disappointed that keyless entry was not standard. Gas is not all bad since you can use regular unleaded. Parking this baby is easier than my wife's 5 series BMW ! Now she want to trade vehicles. I waiting to see what changes will be made in 2007/2008:)...read morehide
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- big for a small family and nice on the road
- brakes are too sencitive
The only thing I don't like about the truck is the fact that the steir wheel doens't have the control for the music.
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- comfort, leather seat are good, very QUIET.
- not much room, especially the third row.
i had a 2002 toyota sequoia SR5. its was a good truck. not that good if you have a big family. thats why i got a 2004 nissan armada LE. this is almost like a 4runner to me. That time it didn't offer a navigation system and a DVD player.
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