2018 Toyota Sequoia Review

Are you waiting for the right full-size SUV to come along so you can tackle the roads throughout the Philadelphia, Trevose, and Bensalem areas with a commanding presence? You may want to hold off until the upcoming release of the 2018 Toyota Sequoia. This new release should excite any SUV fanatic, but until it arrives on our lot at Faulkner Toyota Trevose, we’re going to give you a sneak peek.

In this 2018 Toyota Sequoia review sneak peek, we’re going to give drivers like you a little taste of what’s to come. We’ll go over some of the engine specifications, as well as the new design and style, and some of the safety features. We hope this 2018 Toyota Sequoia review gets your engine revving until the day that you can experience it for yourself through a test drive.


2018 Toyota Sequoia Engine Performance Specs

Drivers who were a fan of the 2017 Toyota Sequoia and its 5.7L V8 engine will be happy to know that Toyota employed the old “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” rule when it comes to the release of the 2018 Sequoia model. This engine did receive a bit of retooling, which is expected to help it surpass the 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque abilities of the 2017 model. The vehicle’s abilities are sure to impress even the toughest SUV enthusiast.


Toyota Sequoia TRD Sport Design

Drivers interested in this upcoming SUV should look toward the Toyota Sequoia TRD Sport. This specific trim level adds most of the stylistic updates that’ll add to the vehicle’s already authoritative appearance. This trim features a more performance-based aesthetic to highlight its impressive capabilities on or off the road.

New additions to the Toyota Sequoia TRD Sport include a new front grille and bumper insert, as well as 20-inch alloy black sport wheels. This SUV also features a black satin finish TRD Sport badge on the front doors and a chrome badge on its liftgate. The TRD Sport will also feature a special TRD shift knob, as well as TRD Sport sill protectors.


2018 Sequoia Safety Features

Cautious drivers will love the fact that the driver-assisting Toyota Safety Sense™ P technology bundle will be included at the base level. This includes features like the Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection. This system uses front sensors to determine the likelihood of a frontal collision while applying enough brake pressure to provide enough time for driver intervention.

This bundle also features Dynamic Radar Cruise Control. This feature lets you set your preferred distance on top of the desired cruising speed. Despite traffic ahead slowing down, this system will make the distance a priority over the speed, even slowing down to ensure that the distance is kept.


Keep in Touch for Updates About the 2018 Toyota Sequoia

At Faulkner Toyota Trevose, we hope this sneak peek of the 2018 Toyota Sequoia was enough to pique your growing interest. But while details on this vehicle are still coming out, we encourage interested drivers to stay in touch so they can learn even more to help them prepare for the day that they give this SUV a test drive. Reserve your test drive today!