2015 Toyota Sequoia Values

Select a 2015 Toyota Sequoia trim level

2015 model year changes

The Sequoia receives no significant updates for 2015, though the base price has risen by about $1000 this year.

Competitive comparison

Brawny towing capability; smooth, powerful V8 options; generous standard features

Special features for 2015

The Toyota Sequoia appeals to those who are in need of a serious hauler, whether trailering or people. The Sequoia delivers just as much capability with nearly as much style and luxury features as many high-end luxury-brand SUVs. The Sequoia's interior is spacious and comfortable and surprisingly flexible for people and cargo. Base SR5 models are an especially strong value, starting at a little over $45,000, while fully loaded Platinum models sticker for less than $64,000.
The 2014 Toyota Sequoia is relatively unchanged from last year’s model, with exception to the addition of the popular and much awaited Entune infotainment system. This full-sized SUV seats eight passengers with the popular third-row in the back that can also be folded down to nearly double the cargo capacity. It comes in three different trim levels: SR5, Limited and Platinum. The standard features found on the base model are impressive and lengthy. They include: 18” wheels, fog lights, mirrors that are heated, a roofrack, running boards, powered rear window, triple-zone automatic climate control, second row bench with 40/20/40-split, third-row 60/40-split bench, Bluetooth connectivity, eight-speaker audio system and the much anticipated Entune system that can synchronize with your smartphone, and that offers a 6.1” touchscreen. Upgraded trims boast larger wheels (20” chrome alloy), colored grilles, captain’s chairs on the second row (that reduce passenger room to seven as opposed to eight), backup camera, powered seats in the front, powered liftgate, adaptive air suspension and much, much more. The Sequoia comes standard with a powerful 5.7-liter V8 engine that delivers 381 horsepower at 401 pound-feet of torque with 15 mpg combined fuel economy. All Toyota’s come with a standard 36-month/36,000-mile that can be extended for more optimal and longer-lasting coverage.