2021 Toyota Sequoia Prices AnnouncedAugust 12th, 2020
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: