It's no secret that car manufacturers aim to invoke certain feelings or imagery when choosing a name for their vehicles. Titan. Mustang. Integra. Expedition. A vehicle's name can be a mission statement as much as it is an identifier. A car's name is intended to be more than a brand. It's all but genetically engineered to get you, the consumer, to buy into an idea.
The Toyota Sequoia, as such, may just be one of the most aptly named vehicles, not just from Toyota but on the road anywhere today.
What comes to mind when hearing the word "Sequoia"? Chances are your mind goes immediately to an image of Sequoia National Park in the southern Sierra Nevada, east of Visalia, California. The park covers more than 400,000 acres and is famous for its giant Sequoiadendron giganteum trees, including the General Sherman tree which is one of the largest on the planet.
Sequoia National Park, like the trees contained within it, is large. Spacious. Comfortable. There's a certain assurance that comes with being inside the park that is unlike anything else you've experienced anywhere else on Earth. There's a sense of serenity that comes with being inside Sequioa National Park.
The Toyota Sequoia is one of the largest SUVs on the market. It is large. Spacious. Comfortable. There's a certain assurance that comes with being inside the park that is unlike anything else you've experienced in any other vehicle on the road. There's a sense of serenity that comes with being inside a Toyota Sequoia.
So what's in a name? Only the confidence that you're riding in one of the most well-equipped, largest, most comfortable sport utility vehicles on the road that is without equal. So get behind the wheel of a Toyota Sequoia and find your serenity.