2011 Toyota Sequoia
Here are some quick questions about the 2011 Toyota Sequoia
Q. Who are the competitors of 2011 Toyota Sequoia ?
A. Chevy Tahaoe is a close competitor, though, Toyota Sequoia has more cargo space. Ford Expedition also give good competition to Toyota Sequoia.
Q. Who are different trims (models) of 2011 Toyota Sequoia ?
A. There are three models of Toyota Sequoia – the SR5 model, the Limited model and the Platinum model. The SR5 model comes in 4.6L V8 engine as well as the higher 5.7 Liter V8 engine. Both these trims come in 2WD as well as four wheel drive. The Limited version comes only with the higher 5.7L engine and does come in the 2WD as well as the 4 wheel drive. The Top of the line Platinum edition also come with sole 5.7L engine (V8) and has 2WD as well as 4WD. All 4 wheel drive models also come with FFV models. FFV or the Flexible fuel vehicles are designed to run on gasoline of up to 85% ethano.
Q. So What features do Limited and Platinum Models add on the top of the SR5 model.
The Limited adds 20-inch wheels ( the SR5 has 18 inch wheel), has leather upholstery, upgraded instrumentation. As an additional safety feature, the Limited model adds a back-up camera into the rearview mirror. It also has an upgraded 14-speaker JBL sound system.
The Platinum model has load-leveling rear air springs, adaptive shock absorbers, a power liftgate, a sunroof, heated and cooled front seats, heated second-row captain’s chairs,a navigation system, power-folding and -reclining rear seats, , a back-up camera and a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel.
Q. Any pricing information about 2011 Toyota Sequoia ?
A. According to the Toyota website, the base SR5 model starts at $39,580. The Limited model is priced to start at $49,690 and the top of the line Platinum model starts at $56,730. These prices are manufacturer suggested retail pricing and does not include destination charge. It also does not cover that state sales tax which will depend upon the state you live in.
Q. What are the Fuel Economy figures for the 2011 Toyota Sequoia ?
A. The EPA mileage rating of the 2011 Toyota Sequoia is 14 miles per galon in city and 19 miles per galon on the highway. Off course, the individual mileage vary and it will depend upon your driving habits as well. There are slight variations between the different trims.
Toyota Sequoia is NOT a fuel efficient car.
Q. How does 2011 Toyota Sequoia fair on the Safety Fronts.
A. The 2011 Toyota Sequoia comes with antilock disc brakes in addition to the stability control, front-seat side airbags, and three-row side curtain airbags.
The Sequoia Platinum and Limited Edition comes with front and rear parking and also with a a back-up camera. These features do not come with SR5 models. NO government rating is available for the 2011 model about the government rating.
Q. Do you have information about the engine and transmission of the 2011 Toyota Sequoia ?
A. Standard Toyota Sequoia comes with 4.7-liter V-8 and has five-speed automatic transmission. It comes with RWD as well as All Wheel Drive. The bigger models come with 381-horsepower, 5.7-liter V-8. It comes with six-speed automatic transmission and comes with two-wheel drive as well as four-wheel drive.
Q. What do leading car reviewers say about the 2011 Toyota Sequoia.
A. According to Edmunds – “currently in the process of reviewing the 2011 Toyota Sequoia. Please check back later for more up-to-date information.”
According to Automobile – “There are plenty of reasons why Toyota Sequoia remains a very popular choice for vehicle buyers. Its towing ability is at its best. Its pricing is affordable.Toyota Sequoia has high resale value. On the down side – it lacks styling and eats up a lot of gas.”
Of course – it is not your turn to stand up and speak about Toyota Sequoia.