Wagoneer Wagoneer vs Toyota Sequoia

2024 Toyota Sequoia
2024 Toyota Sequoia
$61,275MSRP
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2022 Wagoneer Wagoneer
2022 Wagoneer Wagoneer
$58,995MSRP
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2024 Toyota Sequoia
$61,275MSRP
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2022 Wagoneer Wagoneer
$58,995MSRP
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Overview

MSRP

$61,275

MSRP

$58,995

Average price

$39,462

Average price

$52,315

Listings

2997

Listings

7697
Ratings & Reviews
User Reviews
User Reviews

Expert reviews

7.7 out of 10

Expert reviews

6.7 out of 10
Pros
  • Standard advanced safety features
  • Easy-to-use technology
  • Lots of premium features are standard
Cons
  • Cramped third row
  • Not much cargo space
Pros
  • Great ride quality
  • Quiet cabin
  • Impressive technology
Cons
  • Uninspired styling
  • Poor fuel economy
  • Poor value for money

Reviews Summary

The Toyota Sequoia gained a standard hybrid powertrain when it entered its third generation, just last year. While the tech updates were widely celebrated and the facelift considered unobjectionable even by its harshest critics, the move to hybrid power proved to be something of a mixed bag. Increased towing and hauling power bolstered the obvious advantage of improved fuel economy, but impact was somewhat dampened by the reduction in cargo and third-row space to accommodate the new battery.

Verdict: The Sequoia may not be the most capable full-size SUV in the segment, and it’s certainly not the most spacious. It is, however, the only hybrid in its class, and it offers a blend of seating capacity, towing power, and fuel efficiency you won’t find elsewhere-at least, not if you don’t want to go diesel.

Reviews Summary

Jeep is digging deep into its back catalog for new models. The Stellantis brand (formerly Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) recently resurrected the Jeep Gladiator pickup truck, and now it’s bringing back another name from the past—the Wagoneer.

The Jeep Wagoneer was one of the original American SUVs and boasted a 28-year production run, spanning 1963 to 1991. It’s a tough act to follow, then, as demonstrated by Jeep’s last attempt at a full-size SUV, the ill-fated Commander.

The Wagoneer returns not just as a new SUV, but as a sub-brand that sits atop the rest of the Jeep lineup in size, price, and prestige. For the 2022 model year, Jeep is launching both the standard Wagoneer and a more luxurious Grand Wagoneer (covered in a separate review). As the lower-tier model, the standard Wagoneer targets full-size SUVs like the Chevrolet Tahoe, Ford Expedition, Nissan Armada, and Toyota Sequoia.

The 2022 Jeep Wagoneer launches in Series II and Series III trim levels, with a base Wagoneer Series I model scheduled to join the lineup at a later date. Our test vehicle was a Wagoneer Series II, which is the de facto base model until the Series I arrives.

Popular Features & Specs

Engine

3.4L 437 hp V6 Hybrid

Engine

5.7L 392 hp V8

Drive Train

4X2

Drive Train

4X2

Seating Capacity

8

Seating Capacity

8

Horsepower

437 hp @ 5200 rpm

Horsepower

392 hp @ 5600 rpm

EV Battery Capacity

1.9 kWh

EV Battery Capacity

0.39 kWh

MPG City

21

MPG City

16

MPG Highway

24

MPG Highway

22
2024 Toyota Sequoia
2024 Toyota Sequoia
$61,275MSRP
Overview
Overview
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2022 Wagoneer Wagoneer
2022 Wagoneer Wagoneer
$58,995MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
2024 Toyota Sequoia
$61,275MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
2022 Wagoneer Wagoneer
$58,995MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
Overview
MSRP
$61,275
$58,995
Average price
$39,462
$52,315
Listings
Ratings & Reviews
User reviews
4.4
5.0
Expert reviews

7.7 out of 10

Read full review

6.7 out of 10

Read full review
Pros & cons
Pros
  • Standard advanced safety features
  • Easy-to-use technology
  • Lots of premium features are standard
Cons
  • Cramped third row
  • Not much cargo space
Pros
  • Great ride quality
  • Quiet cabin
  • Impressive technology
Cons
  • Uninspired styling
  • Poor fuel economy
  • Poor value for money
Summary

The Toyota Sequoia gained a standard hybrid powertrain when it entered its third generation, just last year. While the tech updates were widely celebrated and the facelift considered unobjectionable even by its harshest critics, the move to hybrid power proved to be something of a mixed bag. Increased towing and hauling power bolstered the obvious advantage of improved fuel economy, but impact was somewhat dampened by the reduction in cargo and third-row space to accommodate the new battery.

Verdict: The Sequoia may not be the most capable full-size SUV in the segment, and it’s certainly not the most spacious. It is, however, the only hybrid in its class, and it offers a blend of seating capacity, towing power, and fuel efficiency you won’t find elsewhere-at least, not if you don’t want to go diesel.

Jeep is digging deep into its back catalog for new models. The Stellantis brand (formerly Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) recently resurrected the Jeep Gladiator pickup truck, and now it’s bringing back another name from the past—the Wagoneer.

The Jeep Wagoneer was one of the original American SUVs and boasted a 28-year production run, spanning 1963 to 1991. It’s a tough act to follow, then, as demonstrated by Jeep’s last attempt at a full-size SUV, the ill-fated Commander.

The Wagoneer returns not just as a new SUV, but as a sub-brand that sits atop the rest of the Jeep lineup in size, price, and prestige. For the 2022 model year, Jeep is launching both the standard Wagoneer and a more luxurious Grand Wagoneer (covered in a separate review). As the lower-tier model, the standard Wagoneer targets full-size SUVs like the Chevrolet Tahoe, Ford Expedition, Nissan Armada, and Toyota Sequoia.

The 2022 Jeep Wagoneer launches in Series II and Series III trim levels, with a base Wagoneer Series I model scheduled to join the lineup at a later date. Our test vehicle was a Wagoneer Series II, which is the de facto base model until the Series I arrives.

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Popular Features & Specs
Engine
3.4L 437 hp V6 Hybrid
5.7L 392 hp V8
Drive Train
4X2
4X2
Seating Capacity
8
8
Horsepower
437 hp @ 5200 rpm
392 hp @ 5600 rpm
EV Battery Capacity
1.9 kWh
0.39 kWh
MPG City
21
16
MPG Highway
24
22
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