Three of the most important things to consider when buying a new SUV like the 2019 Toyota Sequoia is the power of the engine, the amount of room to store luggage, and safety. We will be comparing the new 2019 Toyota Sequoia to one of its competitors, the 2019 Chevrolet Traverse. As we compare, we are using information from the basic trims for both models. The trim level for the Toyota Sequoia is the SR5 and the trim for the Chevrolet Traverse is the L. The features we will be looking at are the engine, torque, maximum interior cargo volume, and a few safety features.
Before we cover the differences, a similarity between the two vehicles is that both are capable of seating eight people. The warranties provided are the same for bumper to bumper as well as powertrain. There are more examples, but let’s start talking about the differences.
|2019 Toyota Sequoia||vs||2019 Chevrolet Traverse|
|5.7-Liter, 381-hp||Engine||3.6-Liter, 310-hp|
|401 lb-ft||Torque||266 lb-ft|
|120.1 cu.ft.||Maximum Interior Cargo Volume||98.2 cu.ft.|
|Standard||Parking Assist||Not Available|
|Standard||Lane-Departure Warning||Not Available|
|Standard||Blind-Spot Monitoring System||Not Available|
The 2019 Toyota Sequoia comes ahead when it comes to those key features of engine power, space in the vehicle, and safety. The engine is much stronger with a 71-horsepower advantage and an astonishing 135 pound-feet difference in torque. The interior cargo volume is also much higher at 120.1 cubic feet so you can haul whatever you need, big or small. Every Sequoia also comes with parking assist, lane-departure warning, and a blind-spot monitoring system. The Traverse doesn’t even give you the option to add it on later.
If you’re interested in getting a new 2019 Toyota Sequoia, contact us! A member of our team will get back to you to help you.