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2016 Toyota Sequoia
2016 Toyota Sequoia

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2016 Toyota Sequoia Specifications

 Engine Size:  5.7 L
 Cylinders:  V8
 Horsepower:  381
 Torque:  401 lb-ft
 Transmission:  Automatic
 Drivetrain:  Rear Wheel and Four Wheel

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016 Toyota Sequoia SUV

The 2016 Toyota Sequoia is a big, truck-based SUV that's roomy enough to be a home away from home during a family outing. With seating for eight, plenty of versatility and user-friendly features, the 2016 Toyota Sequoia gets infotainment system upgrades and, for the Limited trim, an optional blind spot monitoring system.

The 2016 Toyota Sequoia is a definitely a good choice among the traditional full-size SUV class. There’s that massive interior with flexible seating for as many as eight, a serene ride, authentic off-road ability, brisk acceleration and high towing capacity. If you've got a boat, some water-skis, a spouse, four kids and their stuff, this Toyota may just be the piece to put your lifestyle puzzle together. Fold in the second and third row (power-folding) seats to get a whopping 120 cubic feet of space, exceeding all its competitors.

The Sequoia is built on the same basic architecture as the rugged Toyota Tundra pickup. Despite its pickup roots, the 2016 Sequoia is comfortable on the road, especially when equipped with the optional adaptive air suspension. For power, there's one engine available in the 2016 Toyota Sequoia, a 381-hp 5.7-liter V-8, capable of towing up to 7,400 pounds. And even for its very large size, the Sequoia acceleration is quick. And of course, when you’re ready to venture off the pavement, the Sequoia brings ample ground clearance and sturdy suspension.

The Sequoia’s 4WD system has a limited-slip center differential that can lock into a traditional 50:50 torque split when needed. For most driving situations, that will occur seamlessly - without driver intervention - to the axle that needs it. When locked into low range, the Sequoia has the gearing capability to work slowly up some very difficult climbs. The Sequoia isn’t available with a locking differential, but the brake-based four-wheel traction control system has the ability to halt a spinning tire and send torque across the axle very effectively.

Standard equipment now includes much that was formerly optional, including laser-based adaptive cruise control, a flip-down entertainment system with 9 inch screen for the rear seat, a backup camera, navigation, second and third row retractable sunshades, USB ports, a windshield-wiper de-icer, running boards, skid plates on four-by-four models, and more.

The Toyota Sequoia is built to serve its owners well, those who use it for its intended purposes: hauling around lots of people and things, often over long distances, with a little off-road action from time to time. The Sequoia has always been excellent at that.

 

We can show you around a brand new brand new 2016 Toyota Sequoia at Washington Auto Mall, drop in or make an appointment with one of our Toyota expert sales professionals! We are located in Washington, PA, near Canonsburg, McMurray and Charleroi.