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Toyota Sequoia
The Sequoia is a full size, beast of an SUV sold by Toyota since 2000. Unlike its competition, the Ford Expedition and Chevrolet Tahoe, the Sequoia has actually received a lot of praise from car reviewers, who credit Toyota with trying to create something with utility for the driver, rather than just making a monster SUV that sticks its middle finger up at Mother Nature.
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The first generation Toyota Sequoia was sold from 2001 through 2007. It came with a 4.7 liter V8 engine that makes 240 horsepower. Starting in 2005, a stronger V8 with VVT-i was made an option. It produces 273 horsepower. The two trims on the Sequoia are the SR5 and the Limited. They retailed for about $32,000 and $42,000, respectively. Rear wheel drive is standard, but four wheel drive is a popular option.

The 2nd generation Toyota Sequoia was first sold for the 2008 model year. It comes with a choice of V8 engines, a 4.7 liter or a 5.7 liter. The newer Sequoia looks very similar to the Toyota Tundra, which it shares a platform with.

The Sequoia has been rated an ultra low emission vehicle, which is quite a feat for an SUV of this size. It really puts the American car companies in their place, and it shows what a little innovation can do for a big vehicle.

The Sequoia might not be the common vehicle you'll find on your local used car lot, but they can be bought for a nice discount in used condition. My favorite stop for this is eBay, because I don't have to leave my seat and the prices are usually lower than when I look for used cars locally.

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