2007 Toyota Sequoia Values

Select a 2007 Toyota Sequoia trim level

2007 model year changes

Toyota's largest SUV, the Sequoia, continues largely unchanged for 2007. Driver and front passenger seat mounted side air bags and two-row curtain side air bags are now standard equipment; previously they were optional. The SR5 Sequoia gets new color-keyed inserts, and the Limited Sequoia receives new chrome exterior mirrors.

Competitive comparison

Brawny strength; comfortable ride; loads of cargo and passenger space.

Special features for 2007

The 2007 Toyota Sequoia offers more rear cargo space than most of its competitors, and has a number of safety features not often found in this price range, including side seat-mounted and two-row curtain air bags, traction control, and stability control. A two-wheel-drive Sequoia SR5 starts at $33,160, while the price of entry on the Limited is $42,205.
A carry-over from 2006, the Sequoia is a full-size eight-passenger SUV that is offered in two trim levels, SR5 and Limited. Both models are standard with a 4.7Liter i-Force V8 engine that produces 273HP linked to a five-speed automatic transmission.