2005 Toyota Sequoia Overview


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4.55 stars

Based on 8 reviews

Handling And Power Is Excellent Whether Empty Or With 8 Passengers by Kenny2007
 — The ride is smooth and quiet. When closing any of the doors exceptionally hard, the closing is quiet and solid with no rattles or any other noises. The interior and exterior seams, linings and cosme... Read More
Very Nice And Highly Versatile Family Or Business Vehicle! by FDWeller
 — We love this really Nice and Versatile Vehicle! Whether we are taking kids to school, attending a school or extra-curricular event, making a short or long-distance trip, cross country trip or just ta... Read More
Great Car For All Your Family's Needs! by FDWeller
 — We love the versatility this car provides...from a being an cooled and heated mobile office for my real estate business to long or short distance family trips to camping trips towing a camper, this ca... Read More

2005 Toyota Sequoia Overview

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2005 Toyota Sequoia

The 2005 Toyota Sequoia got a makeover for 2005, with a new grille and taillights among the cosmetic changes. The engine also got a boost in power, and the Limited has the option of second row bucket seats instead of a bench, which reduces the seating to seven people.

The 2005 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, 282 power V8, and both are available as a two or four-wheel drive. Not surprisingly, fuel economy is 15/18.

Drivers like the 2005 Sequoia because it handles well despite its size, offers plenty of cargo room and driver comfort, and handles well in the snow. One significant complaint is that there is limited visibility in the rear.


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My 2005 Toyota Sequoia, I'm Having A Little Trouble Starting It. When I Tur...

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The temp gauge on my 2005 Sequoia would rise as I sat at a stop light but would level out once I started moving down the road. I checked my coolant reservoir and it was just below "L". So I just stopp...

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How Do I Change The Cab Air Filter In The Sequia 2005

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Chang The Cab Air Filter

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