2003 Sequoia SR5
The 2003 Toyota Sequoia is part of the one-two punch in the full-size SUV segment for Toyota. Coupled with the Land Cruiser, the Sequoia is... Read More
The 2003 Toyota Sequoia is part of the one-two punch in the full-size SUV segment for Toyota. Coupled with the Land Cruiser, the Sequoia is designed with luxury in mind for adventurous families who want sedan capability but need a large truck to carry them and the gear around. The eight-passenger Sequoia, offering more interior room and more rear cargo capacity than either the Chevrolet Tahoe or the Ford Expedition, is one of the largest SUVs on the market. Changes for 2003 include a newly available factory-installed DVD rear seat entertainment system, the ideal accessory for traveling families. A high-resolution overhead screen flips down from the headliner and plays from a DVD player in the centre console. Rear seat audio, a feature also available as a separate option, enables the rear passengers to watch without disturbing those up front. Minimize
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11 Reviews from Epinions.com
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Nov 10, 2002
2003 Toyota Sequoia Limited Edition Offers More Seating Space & Features
Pros: Longer and wider; 8 passengers and cargo; base and limited edition; V-8
Toyota offers the Sequoia to large families who want to drive in style. The company knows how to provide value, reliability and luxury. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 14, 2003
Need a 6000 lb Vehicle? This is it.
Pros: Very quiet vehicle, drives like a car
Cons: Terrible gas mileage, some "bells and whistles" missing
Get one! They're great, especially if you want something over the 6000 lb. weight limit. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 7, 2003
Owner Review 2003 Sequoia
Pros: Comfort and Gas Mileage given the size.
Cons: Rear view slightly limited. Need one 12v outlet ON with key off for the cooler.
Drive one after checking on the Tahoe or GMC's. Look at Toyota reliability and resale value. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 17, 2003
Sequoia a great Japanese refinement of large American SUV's
Pros: Quiet, smooth, comfortable, reliable, interior ergonomics, handling, power, braking smoothness, steering, seating design, comfort overall
Cons: Gas mileage (though could be worse), price
If you can afford it, this is the best family hauler on the market today. A joy to drive and travel in, with fewer faults than its competitors. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 26, 2003
Big, Fast and Comfortable
Pros: Engine, Cabin Space, Ride
Cons: Funky smell, Gas milage
If you want reliability and a ton of room this is a good choice in my opinion. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 15, 2003
Best of the SUV's
Pros: Most Comfortable of the SUV's, Roomy, Feature rich, Toyota reliability, Great on long trips
Cons: Very high vehicle giving rise to problems in parking garages
Move up and enjoy the experience Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 18, 2003
Love my sequoia
Pros: Spacious,comfortable,nice looking,quiet ride
Cons: gas guzzler
I highly recommend this SUV Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 20, 2003
Big rig for everyone but the driver.
Pros: Toyota Quality, comfort.
Cons: Lack of driver leg room, relatively expensive Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 23, 2003
"She's a squirrel-squashin', deer-smackin' drivin' machine."
Pros: Space, Towing Capacity, Style
Cons: Bland Interior, Gas Mileage, Price, Unknown Reliability
Unlike many foreign SUVs, the American-built Sequoia does not offer much of a change from the many boxy, over-weight blue collar mobiles that come flooding from Detroit. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 13, 2003
This is not a soccer mom car.
Pros: Good crash-worthy vehicle, remarkable traction, great gas mileage for its size. ULEV is nice.
Cons: Appears to have been built by Chrysler. Must be purchased from a Toyota Dealer.
If you but it and have problems, Toyota has demonstrated they have no problem telling customers to shove off if Toyota doesn't want to cover problems with the car. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 26, 2007
sequoia limited lemon
Pros: drives good, nice size suv
Cons: unreliable, unsafe(cannot defrost windows) Read More at Epinions.com