For the 2013 model year, the big-dog of Toyota’s fleet may look unchanged but it’s on the inside that news is made. Optional on the Sequoia will be an industry first as the SUV can be fitted with a Blu-Ray rear seat entertainment system. To make things even better, Toyota will fully offer their Entune media management system while each-and-every Sequoia will no longer be hunting for extra power.
Joining the newly available inside features is a standardized powertrain. Gone for 2013 is the 4.6 liter V8 with just 310 horsepower and a barely recognizable fuel economy benefit. From here on out, the full size SUV will be powered by the better suited 5.7 liter iForce V8 with 381 horsepower. Paired to the brawny dual cam boat puller is Toyota’s six speed automatic that can spin either the rear or all four tires. When properly equipped, the Sequoia can pull up to 7,400 lbs of whatever.
Toyota’s big utility isn’t just about power as inside are items usually reserved for the Lexus namesake. New to the vehicle and the industry as a whole is the optional Blu-Ray entertainment system. In Platinum trim, the package comes standard and includes a flip-down nine-inch screen with separate audio hook-ups. Dual wireless headphones are also included in the deal.
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