2018 Toyota Sequoia Review: You’re Still Here?
As Americans continue to gobble up SUVs at a prodigious rate, automakers are scrambling to get new, exciting examples of their biggest people movers to market. In early 2016, Nissan previewed the Infiniti QX80-based Armada, which is now on sale. And late last year, Ford introduced a hugely improved Expedition, while General Motors is allegedly prepping new Chevy, GMC, and Cadillac versions of its truck-based SUVs for 2020.
Toyota? It’s not doing much. The Japanese automaker refreshed its aging Sequoia earlier this year, showing its work at the Chicago Auto Show in February. But while the Tundra-based family hauler has some new bits, it’s still miles behind the competition (except in one very, very important area).