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Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

While Full-Size SUV sales dipped due to Changing Market Conditions, this segment is a Popular Alternative to the minivan or crossover SUV for Large Families and those with Heavy Towing Needs. These are Active Customers with Diverse Utilitarian Needs who also look for Safety and Convenience Features in their Trucks. The New 2010 Toyota Sequoia Fits The Needs Of A Large Family.

Many of the improvements made on the 2010 Tundra have carried over to the Sequoia. Overall there is a higher level of Standard Features and Safety Equipment. The vehicle lineup has expanded with the Platinum model but the buying process is much simpler for the consumer.

The Sequoia is a Wonderful Vehicle to go Camping, Boating, or Traveling throughout the U.S. Buy a Tent that expands from the Rear of the Sequoia or hook-up a Freedom Hitch Grill for a Fun Tailgate and Ballgame Experience. Whatever your Family SUV Requirements, The 2010 Sequoia is Ready to Become Part of the Family to take on the Active and Diverse Assignments that You Have In Store For It. It Truly is the SUV for a Large Family!

Changes To 2010 Sequoia

  • New 4.6-liter i-Force V8 engine with 34 more horsepower, 1 mpg better fuel economy than previous 4.7L V8
  • New SR5 Sport package with 7-passenger seating, 20-inch alloy wheels, color-keyed grille and black-fabric interior
  • Driver and front-passenger knee airbags are new standard equipment
  • Three flex-fuel models with E85 capability available in select regions
  • Improved audio features are standard and include Bluetooth®, MP3 capability, auxiliary audio jack for portable music players, USB port for music files and satellite-radio capable

Simplified Lineup
The SR5 and Platinum models are now mono-spec and the Limited grade offers only Three stand-alone options: navigation, rear-seat entertainment and 7-passenger (2nd-row bucket seats) seating. All models are available in 4×2 or 4×4 configuration. MSRP ranges from $38,530 for the SR5 4×2 (4.6L V8) to $58,905 for the Platinum 4×4 (5.7L V8).

Advantages over  A 2010 Chevrolet Tahoe

  • Sequoia has independent rear suspension for improved ride; Tahoe has straight axle
  • Sequoia has available 5.7-liter with 381 horsepower; Tahoe’s top-of-the-line engine is 5.3-liter V8 with 320 horsepower (326 horsepower on E85)
  • Sequoia has maximum tow* rating of 10,000 pounds; Tahoe’s maximum tow rating is 8,400 pounds with the heavy-duty towing package
  • Sequoia’s available 3rd-row seating offers nearly 10 inches more legroom and over 4 inches more shoulder room than Tahoe, which is welcomed by adult-sized passengers

What are Sequoia’s additional selling points for on-the-go families?

  • Available power-reclining 3rd-row 60/40 bench seat supports passengers and cargo
  • More than 120 cubic feet of cargo space when 3rd- and 2nd-row seats are folded down
  • 10,000 lb. Towing Capacity for Camping, Boating, Traveling, Tailgating
  • Power and Room for Hitching Boats, Grills, Attaching Travel Tents, and Carrying Gear
  • All Kinds Of Accessories Are Available Through