2002 Toyota Sequoia Overview


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4.55 stars

Based on 8 reviews

If You Got Kids This Is For You by Jeffrey
 — acceleration is good, braking is weak because the disc are too small for the size of the vehicle, handling is good for an suv build quality okay biggest problems are electric windows, exhaust manifold... Read More
Love My Sequoia by chrishep2003
 — Love it! I love everything about this vehicle. the quality is great, sturdy, handling is smooth,traction control works better than 4WD! (not) Looks beautiful not bad on gas for being a V8. This ... Read More
Would Buy Another One In A Heartbeat! by Mark
 — Vehicle is 8 years old with 150,000 miles everything still works ... it starts, runs, and drives perfectly. It is extremely comfortable, rides great for a 4x4 and will carry up to five adults and thr... Read More

2002 Toyota Sequoia Overview

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2002 Toyota Sequoia

The 2002 Toyota Sequoia was unchanged from the previous year, when it was introduced. Toyota’s largest SUV, the truck-based Sequoia is meant to compete with the Ford Expedition.

The 2002 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.

Drivers of the 2002 Toyota Sequoia say that despite its size, this SUV handles more like a car. They also appreciate all the seat configurations, which allows owners to carry plenty of passengers or plenty of cargo, depending on their needs. Not surprisingly, 2001 Sequoia owners say that the car gets poor gas mileage, and can be difficult to get into. Rear visibility also seems to be a problem.


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