Priced below KBB Fair Purchase Price! Clean CARFAX. Silver Sky Metallic 2011 Toyota Sequoia Limited RWD 6-Speed Automatic Electronic with Overdrive i-Force 5.7L V8 DOHC VVT-iAwards:* 2011 KBB.com Brand Image Awards*****MOSSY MOVES YOU*****Reviews:* Those who regularly carry up to eight people, haul a lot of gear and tow heavy trailers will find that the 2011 Toyota Sequoia can do all that with ease and comfort. Source: KBB.com* Massive interior with flexible seating; serene ride; graceful handling for its size; brisk acceleration and high towing capacity with the 5.7-liter V8. Source: Edmunds
The Sequoia doesn't change much for 2011. The standard stereo now has Bluetooth streaming audio. Slate Metallic paint is no longer available, neither is Spruce Mica or Nautical Blue. The SR5 gets a Premium Package that includes heated leather seats with power adjustment and a reverse monitor.
The 2011 Toyota Sequoia model line consists of SR5, Limited and Platinum models. SR5 grades of the Sequoia come with a 310-horsepower, 4.6L V8, while Limited and Platinum models get a 381-hp, 5.7L 'i-Force' V8. Both engines deliver their power through a 6-speed automatic transmission.
2011's rear-wheel drive Sequoia fuel economy ratings now stand at 14 mpg city, 20 mpg highway. The 5.7L and 4-wheel drive version gets 13 mpg city and 18 mpg highway.
The optional 4-wheel drive system in the Sequoia includes a 2-speed transfer case with a true low range good for off-roading or other heavy-duty tasks, while a Torsen limited-slip differential helps distribute power in a steady fashion. Switching between the system's modes involves turning a simple dash-mounted knob.
Thanks to a 4-wheel independent suspension, along with tubular anti-roll bars, the Sequoia rides and handles better than other tough, load-bearing trucks. An optional air suspension further improves comfort and includes larger 20-inch wheels and tires. Stopping power is good even when loaded thanks to big 4-piston anti-lock ventilated disc brakes with brake assist. Electronic stability control helps maintain safety for abrupt maneuvers or slippery surfaces.
As a sign that the Sequoia is intended for frequent, demanding towing tasks, the tow hitch is integrated into the frame. Ratings range up to 10,000 pounds, and the transmission includes a tow/haul mode that brings more engine braking.
Eight-passenger seating is standard on the Sequoia in three rows, but an arrangement with second-row captain's chairs is optional, for a capacity of seven. The second row slides fore and aft to optimize comfort between rows and aid access, and in models with the bench seat, it's split 40/20/40 for the best combination of people and cargo. The third row is split 60/40 and can recline or fold flat. Behind the third row there's a rear power window, and a power tailgate is available. Throughout the interior there are various cup and bottle holders, along with cubbies large and small.
Additional safety features on the Sequoia include roll-sensing side-curtain airbags, front-seat side bags and now knee bags for front occupants.
Although the Sequoia is a Toyota, it comes almost as well equipped as a Lexus. The long standard-equipment list, even on the base SR5, includes a 3-zone climate control system, keyless entry, cruise control and an 8-speaker CD sound system with Bluetooth, satellite radio and MP3 compatibility. The Limited adds parking sensors, fog lamps, heated leather power-adjustable seats, a roof rack, a JBL sound system and other upgrades. At the top of the range, the Platinum adds 20-inch diamond cut-finish alloys, the load-leveling air suspension, memory seats, second-row heated seats, a sunroof and a Lexus navigation system with rear camera. Laser cruise control and a rear-seat DVD entertainment system are also now included.
Major options are limited, though a dealer-installed option list is very extensive and includes exterior trim and performance parts.