A HUGE improvement! | 2023 Toyota Sequoia Preview



Long overdue for a redesign, the all-new Sequoia looks ready to impress.

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The old Toyota Sequoia was a dinosaur. For 2023, it gets a significant overhaul. Based on the new Toyota Tundra’s platform, the Sequoia will deliver hybrid power standard, courtesy of the i-Force MAX twin-turbo V6. So long, Land Cruiser; this is the big Toyota, now.

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Words: Clifford Atiyeh
Presenter: Elliot Haney
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35 thoughts on “A HUGE improvement! | 2023 Toyota Sequoia Preview”

  1. I want one. Was going to buy a Yukon Denali or the Expedition Timberline.. The TRD Pro looks perfect for out family. I even like the Capstone trim

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  2. That twin turbo V6 with the electric motor sounds very complicated and expensive to repair/replace. Not to mention the hybrid battery. I wish Toyota offered a non-hybrid Sequoia as well. A lot of people buy Toyotas because they last forever. I don't think this powertrain will last forever.

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  3. new year,new design,new technology,new price plus pandemic, my boss pay me the same since I start my job until now, how can I afford buy this brand new?

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  4. Does the rear window still roll down? That is my question. And what entertainment do they offer for the people in the second and third rows?

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  5. Toyota Sequoia Competes with: Chevrolet Tahoe, Ford Expedition, GMC Yukon, Nissan Armada,Jeep Wagoneer And Grand Cherokee L

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  6. This looks BADASS.

    Toyota makes boring cars my ass. This looks sick !! Almost 600tq. Awesome interior. 10/10. Toyota takes a long time to update their vehicles but one day do holy hell

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  7. Great, a plus-sized Land Cruiser, the headlines, hybrid-only power (one wonders, was the non-hybrid too slow vs that EcoBoost 3.5 V6 Expedition) and Toyota goes from fully independent rear suspension back to a multi-link live (solid) axle rear suspension, like the 1st Sequoia, the sliding 3rd-row seat less impressive now, there's a reason GM had to do an independent rear suspension vs keeping their live axle setup, 3rd-row space, Toyota can slide that 3rd as much as they want to, it was already on the smaller size to start with, losing legroom height (legs in the chest) and load floor space won't help, that load floor looks a lot higher than the competition, I'm guessing it will keep the same wheelbase as the previous-gen, funny how everyone is like, it tows more than the GM full-size body on frame SUVs, Ford has been doing this for generations and the Jeep Grand Wagoneer does it, yet, GM still outsells them all combine, people love their GM full-size body on frame SUV, good job Toyota, a few questions, how does it have a panoramic sunroof, come in a hybrid setup, offer a fully digital instrument cluster, and offer power running boards, whereas the Toyota flagship Lexus LX600 doesn't offer any of these, clearly there's NO need for the Land Cruiser in the US market with this new-gen Sequoia, did Toyota just create a headache for the new-gen Lexus LX600, seriously, I would pick one of the Big 3 over this, but out of this or the LX600, I would pick the new-gen Sequoia, it’s like Toyota focused more on what Land Cruiser buyers wants/needs and not the Sequoia buyers, could Toyota be trying to switch those buyers to the upcoming large 3-row CUV Toyota is building, as for the new-gen Sequoia probably one of the most disappointing replacements of a previous model, but as a Land Cruiser replacement, that’s a different story, will probably sale about as well as it can, losing the 3-row space and car area space could be a problem

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  8. Damn them! That rear window is not going to decline…. My dog does not approve, and neither do I! Don’t screw up the 4Runner, Toyota!

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  9. Toyota kills people. I measured the electromagnetic radiation from the battery. it is so dangerous that cancers will come very quickly

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  10. I'm still glad that I purchased my cavernous masculine brand new 2021 Toyota Sequoia TRD Pro Super White, employing that legendary tried and true bulletproof naturally aspirated 5.7 liter V-8 engine and reliable Aisin 6 speed automatic transmission for only $58,693 last February, manufactured last January. If you're so worried about MPG, buy a Prius or walk. Now, the aforementioned is selling for anywhere between $69,000 to $86,000 from the stealerships. That stressed twin turbo V-6 hybrid will strain under heavy payload and maximum towing. There's no replacement for displacement. If I ever desire more horsepower coupled with increased torque, I'll affix a supercharger or twin turbo on the aforementioned entity, harvesting 550hp/550lb.ft. torque or 1500+HP/1200lb.ft. of ground ripping torque, respectively. Plus, this 3rd generation Sequoia looks like a jeep and soccer mom vehicle, concurrently.

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  11. I have a 2008 that I bought new and it just reached 160K. I was thinking about upgrading until they said it’s going to be a V6-TT. Then I saw a YouTuber already having problems with his brand new Tundra. I’ll wait a couple more years because my Sequoia doesn’t seem like it’ll quit anytime soon.

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