If you’re looking for an SUV, one of the more substantial models on the market is the Toyota Sequoia. While it hasn’t changed much in many years, the full-size SUV offers three rows of seating, and great towing capacity, making it a popular choice, especially for V8 lovers. Toyota has now announced the pricing for the 2021 Sequoia, which increases slightly over the 2020 models.
A base SR5 eight-passenger two-wheel drive starts at $50,100. The SUV can get much more expensive from there. The lowest-priced four-wheel-drive version is a 4×4 SR5 starting at $53,325. The TRD Sport is offered in two and four-wheel drive starting at $52,815 for the base and $56,040 for the 4×4. The rugged TRD Pro Sequoia starts at $64,225. All models still pack a 381 hp, 5.7-liter V8 with a 6-speed automatic transmission.
One new version for 2021 is the Sequoia Nightshade (pictured above). This blacked-out edition is offered in both two or four-wheel drive priced at $60,120 and $63,345 respectively. The most expensive version of the 2021 Sequoia is the Platinum 4×4 which starts at $69,375. Check out the full price list for each trim level below:
Source:: 95 Octane