The 2016 Toyota Sequoia is marketed and manufactured by the prodigious Japanese automobile sector Toyota. It is a full-size SUV derived from the Toyota Tundra. It was first introduced in the millennium year of 2000 at Princeton, Indiana. The Sequoia is a hybrid between the mid-size Toyota 4Runner and Toyota’s premium car Toyota Land Cruiser. Yet, it is noted for being the largest SUV currently being produced under the Toyota brand.
2016 – Toyota Sequoia
Exterior and Interior
The exterior of 2016 Toyota Sequoia will have an imposing exterior decor and style. The exterior of car is incorporated with 6 mesmerizing colors. The options being Black, Blizzard Pearl /Magnetic Gray Metallic, Pyrite Mica, Sandy Beach Metallic, Silver Sky Metallic and Sizzling Crimson Mica. The overall weight will be 7400 lbs. The 2016 model will have a new bumper design and radiator grille, re-designed illumination for a modern look.
2016 – Toyota Sequoia Interior
The interior of the Sequoia is under much anticipation as it will be a blend of wood and plastic. Comfort and luxury being its trademark, the automobile will be more spacious accommodating 8 adult passengers easily offering a pleasant and off beat drive. This light-weight vehicle will be of high-quality fabrics, perfect leather upholstery. The infotainment will comprise a 9-inch LCD monitor, and a DVD player control with anti-theft AM/FM/HD stereo CD/MP3 Player clubbed with hands free Bluetooth, USB audio connection. Other features included are laser managed cruiser, cordless headphones.
The 2016 Toyota Sequoia will be powered by a 5.7-liter V8 engine, combined with a 6-speed automatic transmission, which can develop a maximum output of 381 hp and a maximum torque of 401 lb-ft. The mileage is rated at13 mpg in city conditions and 17 mpg on the open road or on the highway drive.
Price and Release Date of 2016 Toyota Sequoia
The price for the Sequoia will range from $ 44,395 to $ 61,095. The car is likely to be launched in the early 2016.
2016 – Toyota Sequoia Rear View
The Sequoia will be available in three trims, i.e. SR5, Limited and Platinum. The handsome Sequoia has passed the NHTSA crash test ratings. It was much speculated that due to declining sales the Sequoia will be replaced by the next-generation Land Cruiser, in 2014. In 2012 Toyota announced in its press conference that Sequoia will be redesigned and will continue with a truck-based body. The 2016 Toyota Sequoia model is its second generation.