2021 Toyota Sequoia: Review, Trims, Specs, Price, New Interior Features, Exterior Design, And Specifications
There are six models to choose from, ranging from family-friendly suburban runabout to hardcore off-roader. All models come as standard with Toyota Safety Sense P.
The base SR5 comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, tri-zone climate control, a power sunroof, LED headlights, and a seven-inch touchscreen interface with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and an eight-speaker sound system.
The TRD Sport adds Bilstein off-road shocks, keyless entry with push-button start, 20-inch alloy wheels, and a gloss black grille.
Limited specifications get a power liftgate, navigation, power adjustment for the front seats, heated front seats, leather upholstery, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. The Nightshade Special Edition slots in between the Limited and TRD Pro. This is purely a style upgrade and consists of a darkened chrome grille, body side moldings, fog light surrounds, and badges. The mirror caps, door handles, and 20-inch alloy wheels are also finished in black. Black leather is also standard.
The TRD Pro used to be the top-spec, but with the recent price increases, the Platinum now sits at the top. This is the hardcore off-road performance model in the range, which is reflected in the standard features. It comes with LED fog lights, TRD Pro suspension designed by FOX, and 18-inch alloy wheels with off-road-ready rubber. It also comes with TRD interior trim and the “TOYOTA” heritage badge on the grille.
The luxurious Platinum trim comes with a 14-speaker JBL sound system, a larger nine-inch infotainment system, heated second-row captain’s chairs, and heating and ventilation for the front seats.