Have new 2023 Sequoia Limited 4x4 w/TRD Off Road for 2 weeks. There was no TRD front skip plate installed when took delivery. Toyota’s package content lists one on website, and also on my Monroney label. Identified issue to Toyota consumer affairs and no response to resolve - only that their looking into it. Anyone else have this issue?
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SAN ANTONIO – The Toyota plant in San Antonio on Wednesday began production of the new hybrid Toyota Sequoia. The hybrid SUV will be exclusively built in Texas.
According to a news release from Toyota, the new technical design of the hybrid Toyota Sequoia will minimize fuel costs and carbon footprint,
“The third-generation Sequoia marks a new era of electrified vehicles that will help move us closer to carbon neutrality while delivering on and exceeding customer expectations for this iconic SUV,” said Toyota Texas President Kevin Voelkel. “Our team members are beyond proud to add the Sequoia to our Texas-built production lineup and take on new challenges as we deliver vehicles that customers love and fit their lifestyles.”
Pricing for the all-new 2023 Toyota Sequoia was announced by Autoblog this morning. The base price of the Sequoia surprised us on the low side, but the Sequoia TRD Pro shocked us on the high side! The Base price starts at $59,795 and the TRD Pro comes in at $78,395!
"Then we come to pricing. The Sequoia starts at $59,795, including the destination charge. That's between $5,000 and $6,000 more than the Ford and Chevy. The TRD Pro's $78,395 price tag also comes well above the Expedition Timberline and Tahoe Z71, even when the latter is outfitted with the optional 6.2-liter V8 and adaptive air and magnetic suspension. To be fair, the TRD Pro comes with a number of standard features that likely make it more capable than the Americans off...
Popular youtuber Doug Demuro found a little hidden easter egg while filming the new 2023 Toyota Sequoia! "Fun fact: at the base of the windshield, the phrase “BADASS TRUCKS” is written in Morse Code! Nice going Toyota!
Toyota Alabama in Huntsville will build the hybrid engine for the new 2023 Sequoia SUV coming this summer, the auto builder announced today. The engine assignment creates “long-term job stability for the (engine) plant’s 1,800 workers,” a Toyota spokeswoman said today. “This also demonstrates Toyota’s overall confidence in our local workforce,” spokeswoman Bekah Schmidt said.
Toyota says its “all-new Sequoia” model will feature the company’s “powerful twin-turbo V6 hybrid i-FORCE MAX powertrain” with a hybrid engine. The engine will produce 437 horsepower and 583 lb.-ft. of torque, the auto manufacturer said. Toyota already builds the engine in Huntsville for its Tundra pickup truck
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PLANO, Texas (Jan. 25, 2021) – Much like the coastal redwoods after which it is named, the all-new 2023 Sequoia makes an immediate, indelible impression. The three-row SUV is all new from the ground up, and it aims to elevate the full-size segment with luxurious comfort, impressive technology and breath-taking performance from an efficient new hybrid powertrain.
On the surface, the “Sequoia” name is befitting of this large SUV because of its size. Peeling back the symbolism a bit more, the species of tree is not only the largest in the world but it’s also one of the strongest and most stout, known for its longevity with some being nearly 2,000 years old. Seeing the forest for the trees, the “Sequoia” name for Toyota’s largest SUV...
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