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2005 Toyota SequoiaReview
bart writes:
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needed body work engine light on not bad just not what i was looking for

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2005 Toyota Sequoia Review
Sugar4sara says:
Great durable car !
vs2005 Nissan Pathfinder
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Power Ranked 2005 Nissan Pathfinder worse.
"Lots of get up and go"
Would Buy Ranked 2005 Nissan Pathfinder worse.
"Better car for the price. Very classy in and out"
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2005 Toyota Sequoia LimitedReview
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Very Nice And Highly Versatile Family Or Business Vehicle! — 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 taking a camping trip pulling a camper, this vehicle can handle everything!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Very Nice and Versatile Family or Business Vehicle!

Cons: Hate any time that I have to take it in for Routine Scheduled Maintenance, because I have to drive my husband's car.

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2005 Toyota Sequoia LimitedReview
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Great Car For All Your Family's Needs! — 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 car can handle it all and is definitely a work-horse!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: This is a great family car that has handled all of our family needs and my personal real estate needs.

Cons: The downtime of having it in for the normal scheduled service.

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2005 Toyota Sequoia SR5Review
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Compared Tto Others? Hands Down To My Sequoia — No complaint so far. I would recommend to anybody whose in the market for suv, you will never be disappointed. I will buy this SUV all over again due to its reliability. Well Toyota is well know for its dependability and reliabilty you'll never be wrong buying this SUV

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Nice family hauler

Cons: Nothing I can think of.

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2005 Toyota Sequoia SR5 4WDReview
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Great Truck. — This is the best truck I've ever owned. Super reliable, quiet comfortable, plenty of power for towing. Lots of space. The rear seats are the removable type, but in 2005 - that was the norm ($80K Cadillac Escalades had this until 2013!!).

Pros: Best Vehicle I've ever owned.  $250 in repair costs in 100K miles

Cons: The cons that come with a large 8 passenger full sized truck.  Handles like a big truck, gets poor fuel economy like a big truck.

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2005 Toyota Sequoia SR5Review
sullivan1229 writes:
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Great Family Car — Great Family Car to get around town. Its nice having a 3 row for 8 passengers. Its even great for long trips. Handles great in all types of weather. This SUV is easy to park and you dont need a step ladder to enter car!

Pros: Passenger Capacity, Power

Cons: Fuel

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2005 Toyota Sequoia LimitedReview
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Toyota 'yosemite' Sequioa — I like the looks, towing, SUV feel of an SUV, tailgate power window, accessory items, roof rack, wheel and tires, engine, serviceability. The tailgate latch is weak. Known to have issues. Also the power door lock and speakers are not reliable as they should be.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Looks, towing, SUV feel of an SUV, tailgate power window, accessory items, roof rack, wheel and tires, engine, serviceability

Cons: tailgate latch, power door lock, speakers

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2005 Toyota Sequoia SR5Review
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Handling And Power Is Excellent Whether Empty Or With 8 Passengers — 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 cosmetics are fitted perfectly and can be experienced by anyone who has a chance to detail the car!!! The seats are very comfortable on long trips and the interior is very roomy . The car is well engineered from top to bottom

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2005 Toyota Sequoia SR5 4WDReview
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Happy With The Sequoia — Been looking for about two months and settled on a sequoia with higher miles and better maintenance records. I'm happy to have chosen a 2005 because the gear shift for 4x is not there just push button. Visibility is still ok in the drivers seat. Coasts really well. Mileage can get as good as 23 on the highway and averages 16.5 in town. Quiet cabin

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: 4wheel drive, sunroof, towing

Cons: Mileage

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