Price, lease or finance payment quotes are now available for the 2023 Toyota Sequoia at AutoByPayment.com. The Sequoia is a large SUV with a hybrid engine and RWD or 4×4 drivetrain. The Toyota Sequoia suv is available in 8 trims starting with an MSRP of $59,895 (including destination charge) for the SR5 RWD and topping out with an MSRP of $78,495 for the TRD Pro 4×4.
With zero down payment and a great credit score above 780 payment estimates range from $870.93 for the entry trim package to $1,140.24 for the top-end trim package. Payments vary by state tax rates and fees as well as the buyer’s credit score. To calculate payment estimations for your scenario visit our 2023 Toyota Sequoia Invoice Price and MSRP Range page.
The 2023 Toyota Sequoia gets a new hybrid powertrain, a new frame based on the Tundra, and an updated look both inside and out. The three-row body-on-frame SUV is now a hybrid-only model, but it’s also the most powerful Sequoia to date. The Sequoia however is still the slowest selling Large SUV in the US behind the Chevrolet Tahoe, Ford Expedition, GMC Yukon, Jeep Wagoneer, Nissan Armada.
While it may be a supply chain issue it should be noted that 2022 Q2 sales of the Toyota Sequoia are far behind the competition. According to GoodCarBadCar.net 2022 Q2 sales of Large SUVs are:
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2023 Toyota Sequoia Reviews
Car & Driver
PROS: Handsome new styling, powerful and relatively efficient hybrid powertrain, quiet cabin.
CONS: Rear-seat headroom is limited, feels unwieldy to drive, third row of seats don’t fold flat into the floor.
VERDICT: The 2023 Sequoia’s makeover brings it closer to its large SUV rivals, but we wish Toyota had paid more attention to practicality and driving verve.
SOURCE: Car & Driver
PROS: Big and Powerful. i-Force Max 3.4-liter twin-turbo V-6 engine steals the show. Making 437 hp and 583 lb-ft of torque between the gas V-6 and an electric motor.
CONS: Weak on Ride and Refinement
VERDICT: For the price, this hybrid trails other large 3-row SUVs in too many ways
SOURCE: Consumer Reports
PROS: Powerful Hybrid Engine
CONS: Larger wheel sizes on uplevel trims (especially the 22-inchers on the range-topping Capstone model) compromise ride quality somewhat.
VERDICT: Although it’s too early to tell whether it could beat the Ford Expedition or Chevrolet Tahoe in a direct showdown, the Sequoia has at least caught up to the present.
U.S. News & World Report
PROS: Punchy, refined V6 hybrid powertrain, polished ride, quality cabin and user-friendly infotainment system
CONS: Seating space and cargo room. Relatively small third row and less cargo space than rivals
VERDICT: The 2023 Toyota Sequoia’s is ranked #6 within the Large SUVs category. Currently the Toyota Sequoia has an overall rating 7.1 out of 10.
SOURCE: U.S. News & World Report
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