2017 Toyota Sequoia vs 2017 GMC Yukon

The Toyota Sequoia is a full size family people hauler. The first generation of this vehicle debuted way back in 2001 to rave reviews and it has continued to impress each and every year since then. The Sequoia has always been known for offering rock solid reliability, generous cargo space, state-of-the art features and a bold styling that really stands out from the pack. All of that remains true for the new 2017 model year. The new 2017 Toyota Sequoia is by far the best version of this family SUV to ever hit the market and we expect its popularity to reach all-new heights this year as a result.

The full size family SUV segment has been growing more and more popular with each passing model year. As a result, there are more vehicles than ever that compete for market share in the segment. One of the vehicles that has always challenged the Sequoia is GMC’s iconic Yukon model. The GMC Yukon has been on the market since the early 1990s and has a loyal fan following. We have decided to match up the new 2017 Toyota Sequoia vs the 2017 GMC Yukon in order to find out which vehicle is best in the new model year.

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2017 Toyota Sequoia vs 2017 GMC Yukon
381 @ 5600 RPM Horsepower 355 @ 5600 RPM
401 @ 3600 RPM Torque 383 @ 4100 RPM
5.7L V8 Engine 5.3L V8
8 Passenger Capacity 8

2017 Toyota Sequoia: Capable and Spacious

One of the ways that the new 2017 Toyota Sequoia is superior to the 2017 GMC Yukon is with its excellent performance and capability. The new 2017 Toyota Sequoia boasts more than enough power to haul trailers, cargo and passengers. The Sequoia is able to produce an incredible 381 horsepower with 383 pound-feet of torque. On the other hand, the new 2017 GMC Yukon is rather underpowered in comparison. The 2017 GMC Yukon is only able to make 355 horsepower with 383 pound-feet of torque. Therefore, you’ll be able to do a lot more with the excellent capability of the new 2017 Toyota Sequoia.

Another way that the new 2017 Toyota Sequoia is far better than the 2017 GMC Yukon is its impeccable reliability rating. The Toyota Sequoia is arguably the longest lasting vehicle in its class. As a result, it retains it value much better than the Yukon and has a much lower cost-to-own rating as well. Anyone interested in learning more about the new 2017 Toyota Sequoia should feel free to stop in and see us here at Rochester Toyota for additional information.

2017 Toyota Sequoia Interior
Cargo Space on the 2017 Toyota Sequoia
Interior Space on the 2017 Toyota Sequoia
Driving the new 2017 Toyota Sequoia off road

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