2001 Toyota Sequoia Overview

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Limited
Avg. Price: $8,119
Limited 4WD
Avg. Price: $8,459
SR5
Avg. Price: $7,103
SR5 4WD
Avg. Price: $7,338

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4.45 stars

Based on 9 reviews

Love It by amymueller
 — Totally reliable, spacious SUV that has been a perfect car for our family of five. Easily fit three car seats across the middle row when our girls were babies, which was our primary reason for buy... Read More
Great Car, Would Recommend. Toyota Sequoia Sr5. by Mike
 — 8 full size seats 2:3:3 great off road small engine (4.7L) for its size Good MPG for size It can drive on 2WD to save on gasoline, or be electronically moved to 4WD for those times in the snow and ic... Read More
The Supra! by Ahmed
 — THE BEST CAR I HAVE EVER OWNED! I know the head-gasket breaks all time, I know the sawblades are horrible looking but overall I loved every single day of owning this car and if was not leaving the cou... Read More

2001 Toyota Sequoia Overview

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2001 Toyota Sequoia

The truck-based Toyota Sequoia was introduced in 2001. The most notable thing about the Sequoia is its size. It’s huge. Designed to compete with the Ford Expedition, the Sequoia is meant for drivers who often carry a lot of passengers or a lot of cargo. The interior of the Sequoia is well designed to take advantage of the extra space, with plenty of cubbies and storage. The third row seats are removable, and the second row seats fold, to create a large amount of cargo space.

The 2001 Sequoia is available in two trims, the SR5 and the Limited. The Limited is the more luxurious version, with leather seating, front and rear air conditioning, and an upgraded stereo. Both share a 4.7-liter, 280 power V8, and both are available as a two or four-wheel drive. Not surprisingly, fuel economy is 14/17.

Despite its size and heft, drivers say their 2001 Sequoias are easy to drive and handle quite well. Owners also say the cars are very reliable and perform very well in the snow. Most complaints are not surprising, giving the 2001 Sequoia’s size. Drivers say the car is difficult to get into and park, and has poor gas mileage. Another complaint is limited rear visibility.

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Toyota Sequoia Questions

okeke
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Why Can't I Roll Down My Back Window Of My Sequoia

Far back window will not roll down

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I Tried To Turn Out Of A Parking Spot And I Have No Steering. What Could It...

check enging light came on for ONE day, belts started squeeling and smelling of crispy plastic two days after the engine light went off, when i started it today the battery light popped on i put it in...

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How Do You Replace Defective Drivers Side Power Mirror (non-heated) On A 20...

Dealer wants a ridiculous amount of money!!!

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nettie56
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Doors Won't Stay Locked

whether I lock by hand each door or by the remote , when I come back to car the doors are all unlocked

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Does The Sequoia Have A Timing Belt Or Timing Chain 4.7 Iforce

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