2016 Toyota Sequoia vs 2016 Toyota Land Cruiser
Two of the brawniest vehicles in the Toyota lineup are the 2016 Toyota Sequoia and 2016 Toyota Land Cruiser. We’re taking a side-by-side look at these models to give drivers (who often confuse the two) a closer look at each vehicle’s offerings and performance capabilities. With big on- and off-road strengths and decked-out interiors, these vehicles make travel the luxurious experience it was intended to be.
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2016 Toyota Sequoia engine specs, towing capacity and price
The eight-passenger 2016 Toyota Sequoia operates on a 5.7-liter V-8 engine, which has the strength to generate 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque. Its six-speed automatic transmission also helps to keep the vehicle balanced with both power and efficiency. Available with a Multi-Mode four-wheel-drive system, the Sequoia can gracefully take on uneven or slippery surfaces with as much traction as possible. When it comes to hauling, the Sequoia has enough space inside its cabin to transport up to 120.1 cubic feet of cargo. When items exceed the SUV’s interior, drivers can equip the vehicle to tow up to 7,400 pounds effortlessly. Starting at $44,965 MSRP, the Sequoia ensures its performance covers every driver’s needs and preferences behind the wheel.
2016 Toyota Land Cruiser engine specs, towing capacity and price
Also capable of transporting up to eight people, the Land Cruiser offers one of the most passenger-centric performances on the road. Details like the leather-trimmed, heated steering wheel, four-zone automatic climate control and rear-sear DVD entertainment system are evidence of the Land Cruiser’s dedication to luxury. Running on the same 5.7-liter V-8 engine, the Land Cruiser can generate 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque under the hood. When paired with its eight-speed Electronically Controlled Automatic Transmission with intelligence, the Sequoia’s powertrain delivers as much power as required by the road conditions, vehicle speed and fuel consumption. With Multi-terrain Select in tow, the vehicle can take on mud, sand, loose gravel, rock, dirt and mogul with ease. Drivers can simply adjust the settings to accommodate their needs then keep an eye on the vehicle’s performance with the Multi-terrain Monitor. Inside the cabin, the Land Cruiser offers 81.7 cubic feet of space for cargo, while its massive 8,100-pound towing capacity ensures drivers don’t have to leave anything behind. With a $83,825 MSRP price tag, drivers know there isn’t a single detail overlooked in the Land Cruiser.
Prospective car buyers can start their search for the perfect luxury Toyota SUV when they schedule a test drive at Hesser Toyota today.