Toyota Announces Pricing for All-New Sequoia

It’s shaping up to be a fantastic SUV, but not a cheap one.

The 2023 Toyota Sequoia comes with a hefty price tag.Toyota

Toyota has announced official pricing for the 2023 Sequoia. All new for the first time in 15 years, the third-generation Sequoia comes with the bones of the LC300-series Land Cruiser and a price closer to that of its LC lineage. Pricing for the 2023 Sequoia starts at $59,795 for a base two-wheel-drive model and runs all the way up to $78,300 for a 4WD model in Capstone trim, with the TRD Pro ringing in at $76,900.

The new Sequoia is extremely promising. It gets a twin-turbo V-6 with a hybrid unit backing it, making a total of 437 hp and 583 pound-feet of torque. Bigger and more powerful than before, and riding on the aforementioned all-new global Land Cruiser platform (in the USA we only get the LC as the Lexus LX600), the Sequoia looks to be a great tow rig with a claimed pulling capacity of 9,520 pounds. That’s a huge 26 percent jump over the outgoing model’s max pulling power, and, thanks to the new chassis and enormous bump in equipment, the price of the truck itself has increased accordingly.

Just to get in the door, buyers will have to spend $59,795 for a 4x2 SR5 Sequoia. The Limited costs $66,195, the Platinum 4x2 is $72,395, and a top-level Capstone 4x4 is $79,795. Jumping to a 4x4 model adds $3,000 to each trim. Meanwhile, the TRD Pro lists at $78,395. Naturally, we’re most interested in the latter of these, thanks to Fox shocks, skid plates, a locking rear differential, and all of the other TRD-specific add-ons. Given what the Sequoia comes with as standard, not to mention the available options. We can’t wait to test one out.

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