Home » The 2024 Toyota Sequoia- What Sets This SUV Apart?

With its attention-grabbing good looks and performance to tackle everything from road trips to off-road excursions, the 2024 Toyota Sequoia is up to the task. Powered exclusively by the i-FORCE MAX hybrid system, Sequoia is all about blending capability, style, and performance. From the well-equipped SR5 and Limited grades to the luxurious Platinum and Capstone, and the rugged TRD Pro, plus, a choice of two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, Sequoia has a variant for every need. Let us take a closer look and know what makes this impressive SUV stand out.

Inside the 2024 Toyota Sequoia: A Closer Look at the Hybrid Power, Cutting-Edge Tech, and Safety Features Redefining SUV Excellence


Sequoia’s unmistakable presence is further accented by its wide range of external design highlights, including standard LED exterior lighting, standard sequential turn signals on the platinum grade and higher, and available 22-inch alloy wheels. Meanwhile, TRD Pro comes equipped with a range of visual upgrades to match its capability, including a heritage-inspired “TOYOTA” grille with an LED light bar and marker lights, 18-inch TRD Pro matte black forged aluminum wheels with TRD center caps dual tipped single exhaust, and TRD badging. For a more street-focused appearance, Sequoia’s TRD Sport Package adds TRD SPORT badging along with 20-inch TRD sport alloy wheels.

Additionally, the Nightshade Edition joins the Sequoia lineup for 2024. This stylish new addition amps up Sequoia’s design with 20-inch alloy wheels finished in Matte Black, black-painted exterior accents, and a body-colored grille surround. While all of Sequoia’s grades exude exterior confidence and capability, the story turns to comfort and convenience.


Sequoia’s interior is all about the driver and passenger experience, starting with its spacious cabin. Ok the Limited grade and up, Sequoia has to standard power folding third row, which also slides forward and back. It helps to increase the available cargo space. Sequoia’s impressive space can be configured for more utility, thanks to the standard Adjustable Cargo Shelf System. Moving into the passenger area, the focus is all about comfort.

This can be seen and felt with available heated and ventilated front and rear seats. The Capstone grade further elevates the interior with semi-aniline leather-trimmed seats with a grade-exclusive black and white two-tone color combo and genuine wallet interior trim. Finally, the TRD off-road package on four-wheel-drive models brings in features like a TRD leather-trimmed shift knob, aluminum sport pedals, and a red-colored push button start which gives Sequoia an even more capable look.

Advanced technology:

Sequoia’s cabin is not limited to just comfort and convenience. There’s also some smart and sophisticated tech inside, too. This starts with Sequoia’s standard fully digital, 12.3-inch Multi-information Display and an available head-up display, that shows essential information right in the driver’s line of sight, keeping them focused on the road ahead. The centerpiece, however, is the Toyota Audio Multimedia system, which is housed within a standard eight-inch or available 14-inch touchscreen. Regardless of screen size, Toyota’s latest Audio Multimedia

platform includes standard wireless compatibility for Apple Car Play, which is used to connect to the apps on the iPhone, including maps, messages, podcasts, and music subscriptions. In addition, wireless Android Compatibility makes it easy to stay connected to Android devices and access various apps and services from Google.

Plus, there’s a standard three-month SiriusXM Platinum Plan trial subscription that includes over 165 channels available in the cabin and even more on the SXM mobile app making it easier than ever to enjoy not just ad-free music, but also sports, comedy, and more.

Additionally, an available JBL Premium Audio System maximizes the listening experience for music and other types of media. Select grades also come with trails to Toyota’s line of Connected Services, which includes Safety Connect, Service Connect, Remote Connect, and Drive Connect, featuring available Intelligent Assistant and Wi-Fi Connect.


When it comes to capability, Sequoia raises the bar. The standard i-FORCE MAX twin-turbocharged V6 hybrid engine generates an incredible 437 horsepower and 583-pound feet of torque, which is routed through a 10-speed automatic transmission. That means plenty of energy for trips through town and treks across tough terrain. This amazing powertrain also helps Sequoia achieve a tow rating of up to 9,520 pounds (about 4318.2 kg) on select grades.

An impressive feat of capability that’s taken even further with available features like the power-extending tow mirrors, and the Tow Technology Package. This adds a digital rearview mirror along with the Trailer Backup Guide with a Straight Path Assist system that can make backing up with a trailer a whole lot easier.

To further intensify Sequoia’s performance, a TRD sport package increases the on-road excitement of Sequoia SR5. While the TRD off-road package helps four-wheel drive SR5 and Limited models tackle tricky trails with features like an Electronically Controlled Rear Differential Lock, Multi-terrain Select, Crawl Control, and Downhill Assist

Control. And if that still was not enough performance, Sequoia TRD Pro takes the TRD Off-road package’s splendid features and adds a wider stance, Fox shocks, and a TRD skid plate, further enhancing the performance of an already capable platform.

Safety and Convenience:

Whether it’s the daily commute or a new adventure, Sequoia brings extra peace of mind along for the ride. All thanks to Toyota’s Safety Sense 2.5. This active safety system includes a Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Automatic High Beams, Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Lane Tracing Assist, and Road Sign Assist. To help keep an extra eye on those tough-to-see spots outside Sequoia also includes a standard Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert. This theme of high-tech safety extends throughout the cabin due to the Toyota’s Rear Seat Reminder and the Panoramic View Monitor, both’d which are standard on all 2024 Sequoia grades.

Final Thoughts:

From its powerful hybrid system to its standout performance on and off the pavement, the 2024 Toyota Sequoia delivers when it comes to capability. Together with its handsome looks, intuitive technologies, and flexible cabin, this SUV is ready for any adventure. On top of all that, every New Sequoia includes Toyota Care, which supplies 25,000 miles (about 40233.6 km) for two years, whichever comes first, of scheduled maintenance and two-year unlimited mileage of

24-hour roadside assistance. Plus, it’s an eight-year or 100,000-mike hybrid system warranty, whichever comes first, and a 10-year or 150,000-mile hybrid battery warranty, whichever comes first, supplies more peace of mind, making Sequoia a smart choice for the long haul. With all this considered, it’s clear that Sequoia is a powerful and modern SUV built to handle it.

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