When it comes to towing, vehicles like the Toyota Tundra generally get all the spotlight. Most shoppers and, by extension, automaker marketers see big pickup trucks as the go-to for trailering. But there are plenty of vehicles on the market more than capable of towing big loads. The Tundra might be the most capable in that regard, but the 2018 Toyota Sequoia is surprisingly adept at trailering, and you might not realize that. If you’re in the market for a vehicle with which you can haul a great deal of weight behind, consider the Sequoia SUV. We’ll go into detail on exactly how much it can tow below!
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|SR5 Flex Fuel Vehicle||4WD||7,100 lbs.|
|TRD Sport||2WD||7,400 lbs.|
|TRD Sport||4WD||7,100 lbs.|
|TRD Sport Flex Fuel Vehicle||4WD||7,100 lbs.|
|Limited Flex Fuel Vehicle||4WD||7,100 lbs.|
|Platinum Flex Fuel Vehicle||4WD||7,000 lbs.|
So, as you can see, the Sequoia has a pretty hefty max towing capacity. It varies depending on trim level and drive system, with the two-wheel drive systems being able to haul a bit more, and the Platinum trim level dropping the capacity by a couple hundred pounds. But overall, the Sequoia is quite capable! If you’re interested in getting a 2018 Toyota Sequoia of your own, be sure to get in touch with us right away!