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The years available stretch from 2001 through to 2022 and by clicking a link you can view the different battery types for each trim.
Underneath the full-size SUV Toyota Sequoia is the same chassis used on the Tundra pickup truck from the same Japanese manufacturer.
Production began in 2000 with the first models getting delivered to customers for the 2001 model year.
All assembly took place in Princeton, Indiana, USA - which really shows that although it was produced by a Japanese company that the main target audience was Americans.
Full-size SUVs were selling extremely well at the time of this one's release thanks to low fuel prices and increased spending power for Americans after going through a boom in the 1990s.
Sales picked up really quickly for the Sequoia until 2005 when the price of oil started to climb quickly and buyers had to rethink their strategy.
Quickly crossover SUVs like the RAV4 and the C-HR exploded in popularity as Americans could keep their large car but enjoy lower running costs thanks to the heavy off-roading equipment being discarded.
The second-generation Toyota Sequoia was released in 2008 to help combat the dropping sales by offering a better car with more features to match the rest of the market.
Unfortunately for this model it never recaptured the lost sales and still sees drops every year in sales