Shopping for a new Toyota Sequoia?
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FEATURES | 9 out of 10
“The JBL premium stereo is great”
“Available with either rear- or four-wheel drive”
Kelley Blue Book
Shoppers for full-size sport-utility vehihicles expect a very full range of standard features and a high level of tech options, and the 2010 Toyota Sequoia has all that.
There are few options on the Sequoia, but the lineup is split into base, Limited, and Platinum models, with the Platinum adding skid plates, 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.
All three versions sport standard three-zone climate control, luxurious leather seats, and six-disc CD changer. For 2010, the standard-feature list is bolstered to include Bluetooth, satellite radio, a USB port, and aux-in port.
Autoblog highlights the ultrasonic parking sensor system available on the Sequoia, noting, "Drive up windows at fast food restaurants freaked out the system, but the Sonar switch is close at hand, allowing us to get our Frostys in peace."
"The navigation system is easy to use, but frustrating that radio presets aren't intuitively found," says Autoblog. "Less reliance on the LCD would make operating the entertainment and navigation systems easier."
Among the options are a navigation system, DVD entertainment, a power liftgate, heated and cooled front seats, heated second-row seats, and a sunroof. Also available in the 2010 Sequoia are middle-row captain's chairs, premium audio, and a reclining/power folding 60/40 split third-row bench.
Rounding out the list of options and features in the 2010 Sequoia is a controllable air suspension and a moonroof with full tilt and slide functionality.
The 2010 Toyota Sequoia is well-equipped, but to get the top features, you'll need to step up to the Platinum model.