Sunday, October 01, 2017

2018 Toyota Sequoia


 Looks like Toyota did some changes to the Sequoia. Small changes.
Very small...
A new front end. Busier than before. So a useless change here.

New wheels, more chrome on the side.

You would thing that after 10 years on the market (yes, 10 years...) they would find it in their heart to design an all new one.
Or at least change a bit more than the front end...

Even less changes inside (2018 on top)

Not sure why Toyota seems to basically be abandoning this market.
Sure, the Tahoe is basically without much competition with over 103 000 sales last year (not counting its GMC clone) Beating the Ford Expedition at less that 60 000.
Even the "new" Nissan Armada sold over 14 000 units last year.

The old Sequoia still sold over 12 000 units last year. but that's less than half of its first year.

Not sure what Toyota isn't investing more in such a lucrative segment...

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

"made some changes" not "did some changes"
"fewer changes inside" not "less changes inside"

love the site

Anonymous said...

Why is the center stack closer to the passenger than the driver?

Patrick said...

This is hardly news. It debuted at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show back in February...

Anonymous said...

Well, I actually think that it went from hideous to just plain ugly...