2004 Toyota Sequoia Overview


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4.65 stars

Based on 8 reviews

Great Family Suv by Sheryl
 — Reliable, handles well. Safe to transport family in and dealership takes good care of their customers! I love the good quality leather seats. I have not had to make any repairs except 1 leather sea... Read More
Awesome Safe Family Vehicle by blriels
 — Drives and handles nicely, especially in the snow with 4WD. Has plenty of power with a tow package. Very versatile. Lots of cargo space. Has been on many road trips and camping excursions. Very rel... Read More
Its Awesome by Anibal
 — its not mine its my parents. but the 2 weeks ive been driving it and the 2-3 years weve had it, its never let us down not even on our road trips. its the perfect family car like 500 ppl can fit in it ... Read More

2004 Toyota Sequoia Overview

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2004 Toyota Sequoia

The 2004 Toyota Sequoia changed very little from the previous year, with the addition of some new standard equipment being the only changes. The base model saw amenities like rear-seat climate control become standard, while all Limiteds got a moon roof.

The 2004 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 2004 Toyota Sequoia love the way it looks and handles. They also like the comfortable seats and the versatility all the different rear-seat configurations offer. 2004 Sequoia owners complain that the car can be difficult to get into, and many drivers find that visibility to the rear is very limited.


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