2013 Toyota Sequoia consumer reviews

$42,455–$45,680 MSRP range
side view of 2013 Sequoia Toyota
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.3
  • Performance 4.7
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.9
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Best full-size SUV for the money!

There is no full-size other SUV that offers a true third-row and excess room for cargo behind it. Most SUV boast a third row, but the bench height is 4 inches off the floor. Passengers have to travel with their knees in their chests. It’s an awful experience. The Sequoia third row bench height is 18 inches off the floor. Adults can ride back their comfortably. The second row bucket seats in the Platinum version is the most comfortable ride in any car - spacious leg room and ceiling height and a wide center console make this car ideal for long road trips. Back up camera make this baby easy to park in tight spots. Bought my first Sequoia in 2007 and the second one in 2013. I drove multiple full size SUVs including Tahoe, Denali, Escalade, and Mercedes GLA. Nothing compares to the Sequoia Platinum for the money. You can have it all.


Rock solid truck

Its a tank. Rain, sleet, snow, or shine- it's ready to go, tow, get you where you need to go. Bought it with 70K on it and now just over 100K. Nothing except oil changes until yesterday when I had front brakes and rear struts done. I love it- would buy it all over again.


Reliable, roomy, and unique.

Love the my Sequoia. No negatives to report. 100,000 plus miles and runs awesome. No major issues. Tahoes, Suburbans, and others are everywhere. Not many Sequoias on the road.


Most reliable car I've owened

This suv meets all my needs holds my kids looks great drives smooth very clean older model looks brand new low miles low payments has flip down DVD screen for the kids


Awesome Vehicle

My 1st full size SUV. I'm very impressed with it. Spacious, quick,and smooth. Gas mileage isn't the greatest, but I knew what to expect,so that's no big deal. I average about 17mpg. The dash and controls are a bit outdated for a vehicle of this quality and price. I like the interior,dash, and controls of the QX80 better, but I like the quality, reliability, and dependability of the Toyota much more. Great Vehicle!!!


Replaced the 07 Tundra with the 13 Sequoia

I am enjoying the Sequoia. It is basically the same as the Tundra with an enclosed bed, a few more comfort features, about 2 feet shorter, and a nicer ride due to independent suspension. It will be an even more fantastic road trip vehicle than the Tundra for our purposes.


The best SUV out there

I've owned three Sequoias and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a large SUV. It was great for carpooling to camping, and everything in between.


Rides Like a Luxury Cruise Liner--Very Smooth!!!

Great Looks--Great Ride--Great Power--Great Handling--What's not to Love ??? From the time that I test drove a Sequoia, Iknew that I would look to make a Sequioa my next vehicle--Corwin Toyota of Fargo and Mr. Luke Jonason helped make that happen. Thank you Corwin's.


Toyota does it again

This is the second Toyota I?ve owned and once again Toyota has created a gem. My first Sequoia I purchased in 2004 , and it has been the most reliable vehicle. It currently has 235,000 miles and still runs like a champ. I recently purchased a 2013 Platinum with 79,000 miles and it?s in prestine condition. I?m sure it will not disappoint.



Excellent vehicle! The Sequoia's interior is spacious and comfortable and surprisingly flexible for people and cargo. It is incredibly smooth, has powerful V8 options, contains every possible feature. Appealing to those who are in need of a the spaciousness and smooth ride of luxury but the strength of a serious hauler, whether it be for a trailer or for people.