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News 2023 Toyota Sequoia Priced From $58,300 in the US

2023 Toyota Sequoia Priced From $58,300 in the US

The all-new 2023 Toyota Sequoia is about size, presence, and fuel efficiency

  • This is for the base SR5 2WD model.

  • The TRD Pro version starts at $76,900.

For what will quite possibly be its last round with a petrol engine, given its typical lifespan, the all-new 2023 Toyota Sequoia will only be offered with a hybrid powertrain. It’s also better equipped than ever but remains competitively priced starting at $58,300.

The 2023 Toyota Sequoia is Entirely Reworked, Now Exclusively a Hybrid

All kidding aside, the third generation Sequoia likely won’t be around for the better part of 15 years like the last one but even so, with a hybrid powertrain, the only new full-size SUV to be equipped as such (there once was Chevy Tahoe/GMC Yukon hybrid), it should remain relevant until the end of the decade.

The base SR5 features an 8-inch Toyota Audio Multimedia touchscreen with an 8-speaker audio system, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, 18-inch wheels, and most importantly, Toyota’s i-FORCE MAX 3.5-litre twin-turbocharged hybrid V6 that produces 437 horsepower and 583 lb.-ft. of torque. Also included is a 10-speed automatic transmission. 4WD is a $3,000 option.

The Limited begins at $64,700 while the Platinum starts at $70,900 (+ $3,000 for 4WD in both cases). Moving up to the TRD Pro, for $76,900, does include 4WD. The top-trim Capstone goes for $75,300, or $78,300 with 4WD.

The hybrid powertrain enables the 2023 Sequoia to manage 21/24/22 MPG (city/highway/combined) and 4WD gets 19/22/20 MPG (city/highway/combined).

2023 Toyota Sequoia Limited | Photo: Toyota

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