Most vehicles that have three trim levels usually start out with a bare-bones model. The 2009 Toyota Sequoia bucks that trend with features that appear on every car coming off the production line. The only major drawback, TheCarConnection.com observes, is that instead of allowing for complete customization, the Toyota 2009 Sequoia is offered in three trim levels, within which options are limited.
All three versions sport standard three-zone climate control, luxurious leather seats, and six-disc CD changer. Cars.com adds that standard features on the base Sequoia include “tri-zone automatic air conditioning, power windows and locks, keyless entry, a CD stereo, a tilt/telescoping steering wheel and cruise control." Options on this version include “a navigation system with…a backup camera, a DVD entertainment system…climate-controlled front seats, heated second-row seats, a power lift gate and a sunroof.”
In the Limited and Platinum trim levels of the 2009 Toyota Sequoia, buyers will find that the Limited includes additional leather and a 14-speaker JBL sound system capable of filling the entire cabin with high-quality audio. At the very top of the range lies the Toyota 2009 Sequoia Platinum, which ForbesAutos says “adds all-out luxury amenities, such as 20-inch alloy wheels” and “a navigation system with back-up camera.”
Rounding out the list of options and features in the 2009 Sequoia is a controllable air suspension and a moonroof with full tilt and slide functionality.