2023 Toyota Sequoia Review: Ups and Downs

The 2023 Sequoia picks up some bulky good looks.

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Truck-based SUVs allow for far more capability when it comes to towing or traversing certain kinds of terrain, but their construction also introduces some detriments to ride quality, economy and other things. Hot on the heels of a new Tundra pickup, the 2023 Toyota Sequoia is a great reminder that life is full of tradeoffs, and it’s up to you to figure out whether the juice is worth the squeeze.


  • Surprisingly thrifty

  • Beefy new aesthetic

  • Plenty of V6 power

Don’t like

  • Mediocre ride quality

  • No fold-flat third row

  • Plastic-fantastic interior

The Sequoia was almost 10 years old when it was finally overhauled, and the quantum leap in styling certainly makes that known. Just like its Tundra sibling, the 2023 Sequoia carries some beefy new aesthetics that I really like. Interesting angles and curves abound, like the strong indentations at the fenders, or the cool shape of the headlights. It has a real presence — and not just because it…

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