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2015 Toyota Sequoia

2015 Toyota Sequoia redesign is coming to the market soon, and this new full size SUV is sure to get people flocking to Toyota outlets. 2015 Toyota Sequoia changes include updates to grille and headlamps. Read more for launch date expectations and price…


2015 Toyota Sequoia chassis, body & exterior redesign:

The Bold looking 2015 Toyota Sequoia is expected to get a grille update, headlamps should see LED enhancement changes, with sweeping indicators and new bolder looking grille that gets a surrounding Chrome garnish. It is to be seen if Toyota changes the foglamp sockets to move the location LED running lights in them with projector focus for the fog lamps.

The current 8 passenger SUV rides on 18 inches wheels as standard while 20 inches are optional. New alloy wheel options are touted for all the models. The color options for body will be expanded to include demanded colors and some colors may be purged or changed depending upon customer feedback on current version. The power lift gate will be standard in higher end versions.



2015 Toyota Sequoia interior and comforts

The inviting 2015 Toyota Sequoia interiors have multiple fabric options for different builds. The center console will come with a large 6.1 inch touchscreen that will have upgraded Bluetooth features and navigation (standard in higher model limited and platinum only). There is an optional blue-ray rear seat player optional in limited and standard in platinum version. Leather-trimmed and heated front seats; 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat; 4-way power-adjustable front passenger seat are optional/standard depending upon model/trim. 40/20/40 split, sliding, reclining, fold-flat second-row seat are a great convenience.

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Other expected comforts and conveniences are present in this handsomely spaced SUV. The sun/moon roof is limited to the front seats and completely multi-stage. The HVAC system is quite effective and keeps you in complete comfort.


2015 Toyota Sequoia Engine/Transmission

2015 Toyota Sequoia is a large SUV and this 6000lbs vehicle needs a decent engine to propel.  The 26.4 gallon gas tank feeds a 5.7-Liter i-FORCE V8 DOHC 32-Valve with Dual Independent Variable Valve Timing with intelligence (VVT-i) which makes a nice 381 hp @ 5600 rpm;  and 401 lb.-ft. torque @ 3600 rpm. There is an E85 Flex Fuel choice depending upon model again. The engine is mated to a smooth 6-speed Electronically Controlled automatic Transmission. For the AWD, there is a torsen limited slip differential. The 2WD model is rear wheel driven.

2015 Toyota Sequoia release date & Price

2015 Toyota Sequoia is expected to be released in 3rd quarter most probably around July-august period. Expect the price to range between US $ 45K for the SR5, 54K for the Limited and 60K for the platinum (starting). The options and package add on will cost more for this SUV. The price is indicative MSRP.

2015 Toyota Sequoia pictures:


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Over to you:
What is your thought on this SUV? does this qualify as one of your serious vehicle choices? do share your thoughts in the comments section below.

2015 Toyota Sequoia hits & misses

  • 2015 Toyota Sequoia is excellent from inside. Spacious and good quality interiors.
  • Versatile and comfortable ride quality.
  • Good for trailer hauling.
  • Powerful engine.

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  1. Lost my 2008 Platinum Toyota when hit by a Semi-truck on July 7, 2014. It SAVED my family (6) from death. I had the vehicle for 2 years and LOVED IT! I highly recommend this vehicle due to all the safety features and the high quality on the way it’s built if in a car crash. I will be getting another one just like it. Would love to show the pictures of the crash so you can see the way it protected my family. I believe in it so much I would like to do a commercial to convince everyone how comfortable it is, safety features and the ease at towing. All around GREAT vehicle.
    Connie C Smith

    • @Connie Smith; Glad to hear the vehicle protected you and your family the way it should! Do send your picture links by clicking on contact us, and do include your story, i will be happy to share with readers who would appreciate the safety features of this car. And hey, do send in your new car pics when you get it too. 🙂