Vehicle Comparison

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Get your family to those hard-to-reach destinations with Sequoia’s powerful 5.7L V8 engine and available Multi-Mode 4WD system. With its spacious interior, reclining third-row seat and available multi-functional center console, Sequoia is as accommodating to passengers as it is to cargo. Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P)24, which comes standard on the Sequoia, helps provide peace of mind.

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See how the 2018 Toyota Sequoia SR5 4x4 compares against the 2018 Ford Expedition XLT 4x4. If cost is a concern, the MSRP Including Destination Charge on Sequoia SR5 4X4 is $3,080 less than the Expedition XLT 4X4, while the Comparably Equipped Price on Sequoia SR5 4X4 is $13,215 less than the Expedition XLT 4X4. Sequoia SR5 4X4 has 8 Cylinders while Expedition XLT 4X4 has 6 Cylinders. For passenger comfort, separate driver/front passenger climate controls are standard on the Sequoia SR5 4X4 while optional on the Expedition XLT 4X, and rear headrests are standard on Sequoia SR5 4X4, whereas not available on Expedition XLT 4X4.

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Toyota Safety Sense™ P24

Toyota Safety Sense™ P24 combines an in-vehicle camera and front-grill mounted millimeter-wave radar for enhanced performance and more functionality. In addition to the three active safety technologies featured in the TSS-C24 package, TSS-P enhances the Pre-Collision System23 by adding a Pedestrian Detection function22, enhances LDA21 by adding a Steering Assist function20 on certain models, and adds Dynamic Radar Cruise Control19.