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8.0
/ 10
On Features
BASE
INVOICE
$37,248
BASE
MSRP
$40,930
On Features
The 2011 Toyota Sequoia comes well-equipped, but there's nothing close to the choice of features and options available from Chevy and Ford.
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Sequoia's main controls are large and clearly marked, but many of these smaller buttons are not conveniently placed or identified.
Consumer Guide

a 115-volt AC switch that would allow a passenger to work on a laptop
Road & Track

One neat touch: The Platinum has an optional center-row console that opens 180 degrees to create a tray for passengers and also allows for a flat cargo floor.
Car and Driver

It has Tundra-style audio and navigation controls that are impossible to reach when you're behind the wheel
Edmunds' Inside Line


There are three Sequoia model grades: SR5, Limited, and Platinum. While SR5 models are oriented toward cost-conscious users who need strong towing rig, Limited and Platinum models pile on luxury content.

All Sequoia models include keyless entry, a tilt/telescopic steering wheel with leather trim, cruise control, an overhead console, and an eight-speaker sound system with XM satellite radio, auxiliary and USB ports, and Bluetooth streaming audio capability. Bluetooth is also included in all models. All four-wheel-drive Sequoias come with skid plates and upgraded roll-sensing side-curtain airbags.

2011 Sequoia Platinum models add a power hatch, heated mirrors, a rear-seat DVD system, a premium JBL sound system, a nav system with XM NavTraffic, perforated heated and ventilated captain's chairs, and real wood trim.

Available features include middle-row captain's chairs, premium audio, DVD rear entertainment, and a reclining/power folding 60/40 split third-row bench.

Missing, rather oddly, from the Sequoia's factory options list is serious off-road hardware, or a dedicated off-road model. It all makes sense when you see the Toyota Land Cruiser across the lot. Ah, the upsell.

Conclusion

The 2011 Toyota Sequoia comes well-equipped, but there's nothing close to the choice of features and options available from Chevy and Ford.

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