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2013 Toyota Sequoia
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Specifications
Engine Type 5.7 lter, i-Force DOHC, V8, EFI, Aluminum block with aluminum alloy head with dual independant VVT-i
Displacement cu in (cc) 5,663 cc
Power bhp (kW)  at RPM 381 hp @ 5,600 rpm
Torque lb-ft (Nm) at RPM 401 lb-ft @ 3,600 RPM
Redline at RPM
Brakes
Tires mud and snow rated radials
Length 205.1 inches
Weight
Acceleration 0-62 mphs
Top Speed mph (km/h)
Fuel economy EPA (1/100) 13/18
Base Price
Car Description

The Toyota Sequoia is one of the best SUVs that you can buy. The new 2013 model will prove it. The Sequoia is the first SUV with a full Blu-Ray rear seat entertainment system. But there is more to it than just that.

Toyota Sequoia Comfort Features

The comfort features of the Sequoia can be categorized into two different things, the true comfort of the interior, and the things that can’t be noticed like the suspension and other exterior things.

Starting with the interior, the Toyota Sequoia has 8 seats, with a tri-air system, meaning that each row of seats has its own air system. Then all 6 back seats have a good view of the Blu-Ray player. Along with the entertainment is the radio player. The radio player has USB and iPod capabilities. You can also hook your smart-phone straight through a Bluetooth link.

If you decide that you want more comfort than what was offered, you can upgrade to the Limited. The Limited offers extra comfort in the front seats with leather trimmed seating with personalized heaters as well.

You will also get a 14 speaker sounds system that comes with a 3.3 inch stereo deck. When your stereo deck isn’t being used for music, you can use it for the backup camera. When you put the backup camera together with the auto adjusting rearview mirror, you have a care that is safe as well as good looking.

Switching to the second part of the Sequoia’s comfort, it offers an independent shock system where each wheel has a two shock arms and its own spring. This will make for an extremely comfortable ride no matter how much weight you have.

Other Sequoia Options

Even though there are quite a few features that you can get with the Sequoia, the factory model doesn’t come with many of them. If you buy one of the upgrades, you can get some of the following features.

If you decide to upgrade to the SR5, you will have the option to have the Sport

Appearance Package, or the Premium Package. The Sport Appearance Package offers a seven person seating with black seat fabric, color keyed grill, and 20-inch chrome wheels. If you look for the Premium package you will get more mobility with the second and third row seating, 10 way adjustable, leather trimmed front seats, automatic dimming rearview mirror with an integrate backup monitor, compass, map lights and Home Link system.

If you want to upgrade to the Limited package, you will get more features still. The biggest change is the rear seats will have a full Blu-ray system. With this Blu-ray system comes a 115V outlet, a full Entune system and a backup camera.

The Entune system is part radio, and part smart phone. The Entune system will allow you to be able to look for all of the normal driving apps that you want. You will be able to see where the closest food is, where gas stations are and what they prices are at that gas station, as well as many other features.

So if you want to have a car where style and comfort go hand in hand, the Sequoia warrants serious consideration.

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