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sequoia toyota 2023 hybrid

sequoia toyota 2023 hybrid

sequoia toyota 2023 hybrid

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sequoia toyota 2023 hybrid

When the 2023 Toyota Sequoia finally hits the market, it will include a hybrid engine as standard equipment.

The 2023 Toyota Sequoia is a full-size, three-row SUV that shares many parts with the 2022 Tundra truck.
The iForce MAX hybrid system, which has a 3.4-liter V-6 with twin turbochargers and an output of 437 horsepower and 583 pound-feet of torque, is standard equipment.

It will debut in the summer with a starting price of roughly $50,000 for the base SR5 model and go up to over $100,000 for the top-of-the-line Capstone.

Toyota is updating its older body-on-frame products with cutting-edge features like as larger touchscreens, coil-sprung rear suspensions, and more fuel-efficient engines. First came the 2022 Tundra truck in an effort to compete with the likes of Ford, Chevrolet, and Ram in the full-size pickup market, and now comes the 2023 Sequoia, also a full-size SUV. Not to mention, you can only get it as a hybrid.
The new Sequoia, like the new Tundra, is constructed on Toyota's TNGA-F platform, however it is shorter in overall length. 

The new worldwide Land Cruiser and Lexus LX are both based on this architecture, however the former is no longer offered in the United States. Unlike its predecessor as well as the Chevrolet Tahoe, Ford Expedition, and Jeep Wagoneer, the Sequoia now has a solid rear axle. Off-road enthusiasts may opt for the TRD Pro, which has 33-inch Falken Wildpeak all-terrain tires and 2.5-inch Fox dampers with internal-bypass chambers and remote reservoirs.

The Sequoia's iForce MAX hybrid system is standard equipment, whereas the Tundra may be had with a nonhybrid twin-turbocharged 3.4-liter V-6. It uses a 1.5 kWh nickel-metal hydride battery pack to power an electric motor located between the twin-turbo V-6 and 10-speed automatic gearbox. With these components, you can get 437 horsepower and 583 lb-ft of torque.

However, the Sequoia can tow up to 9000 pounds, while Toyota has not yet released fuel efficiency figures for the Tundra or Sequoia hybrids. It's 600 pounds greater than the maximum load capacity of the Chevy Tahoe but less than the maximum load capacity of the Ford Expedition and Jeep Wagoneer. To assist with hauling, a trailer backup guide, towing mirrors, and a surround-view camera are all available as part of a towing technology package.

The grille on the Sequoia is smaller than that on the Tundra. Due to its lack of a single-frame design, it is around 10% smaller than the pickup's, while the two share the same grille and headlamps elsewhere. The Sequoia's narrow taillights, which match the front lights, are best seen from the rear three-quarter perspective. Two of the exterior color options are Lunar Rock and Supersonic Red.

Modifications made to the Sequoia's interior that were initially seen in the Tundra are now standard. The SR5 comes standard with an 8.0-inch touchscreen but may be upgraded to the larger 14.0-inch screen that comes standard on the other trims. In addition to having wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, there is also a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster that is standard. There's a choice between a bench seat or captain's chairs in the second row, while the bench seat in the third row slides forward and folds flat to make use of the vehicle's flexible luggage space.

The Sequoia will be offered in two- and four-wheel drive configurations, as well as in the SR5, Limited, Platinum, TRD Pro, and Capstone trim levels (the latter being a premium option formerly seen on the Tundra) when it goes on sale this summer. The SR5 may be upgraded with a TRD Sport package, which includes TRD black wheels, Bilstein dampers, and other TRD details. The new TRD off-road kit for the Sequoia SR5 and Limited adds a locking rear differential, Bilstein dampers, TRD black 18-inch wheels, Multi-Terrain Select off-road driving modes, and off-road cruise control.

In 2023, the Toyota Sequoia will be produced at the same plant in San Antonio, Texas where the Tundra is now made. It is estimated that the base model will cost around to $50,000, with the top-of-the-line Capstone costing approximately $70,000.