The new Toyota Sequoia is available in five trim levels: SR5, Limited, Platinum, TRD Pro, and Capstone. The TRD Pro is only available with four-wheel drive, but the other trim levels offer the choice between RWD and 4WD. All are powered by the same engine/gearbox combination, with a 3.4-liter twin-turbo V6 gas engine augmented by an electric motor to deliver total system outputs of 437 hp and 583 lb-ft, mated to a ten-speed automatic transmission.
Standard equipment is comprehensive, with the base SR5 offering automatic LED headlights with auto high beams, 18-inch alloy wheels, three-zone climate control with rear seat air vents, eight-way power-adjustable and heated front seats, cloth upholstery, a power moonroof with a manual sunblind, surround and rearview camera systems, a configurable 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, and parking sensors both front and rear with automatic braking. Higher-trim models add yet more features, such as a larger infotainment touchscreen, heated and ventilated middle-row seats, exchange the SR5 and Limited's center bench seat for captain's chairs, and feature nicer upholstery.
The TRD Pro trim has some off-road ability, with added ground clearance, all-terrain tires, and a front bash plate, and can only be had with four-wheel drive. The range-topping Capstone trim has no such aspirations, as confirmed by its massive and shiny 22-inch wheels. Sensible money will likely choose the Limited or Platinum trims, depending on the budget, because they offer more creature comforts than the base SR5 but avoid getting too ostentatious in the manner of the Capstone.
Various additional packages are available for the 2023 Toyota Sequoia, but some of their contents can be added as standalone options too.
The $2,635 SR5 Premium package applies only to the SR5 trim level, and includes the 14-inch infotainment display, SofTex leatherette upholstery, a power-folding third row, and a hands-free power liftgate along with a 400-watt/120-volt power supply in the rear cabin. Various options can be added to this package to flesh it out, taking its eventual price to $5,470 if all the boxes are ticked. These items include a heated steering wheel, various TRD trim and suspension options, tow mirrors, and a heated steering wheel. Many of these options can be ordered separately too.
There are two TRD packages as well, with the $2,195 TRD Sport Package being exclusive to the SR5 trim. It features 20-inch TRD alloy wheels, Bilstein shocks, a red TRD engine start button, a TRD leather shift knob, aluminum pedals, and TRD badging.
The $1,750 TRD Off-Road Package can be added to 4WD SR5 and Premium trims, and includes TRD off-road alloy wheels, all-terrain tires, Bilstein shocks, a skid plate, an electronically-controlled rear locking rear differential, the Multi-Terrain Select terrain response system, crawl mode, and downhill assist control. It varies in price according to trim; for example, it costs $1,750 on the SR5 4WD and $470 on the Limited 4WD.
Only a single Panoramic Roof with options package is available on the TRD Pro. It costs $790 and includes a panoramic roof and power tow mirrors. These can be had separately too.
From Platinum level, a Rear Air Suspension with options package is available, starting at $2,050 for the air suspension and power running boards and ending at $2,940 with various other add-ons such as tow mirrors and a head-up display. Many of these options can once again be ordered separately. The mostly fully loaded Capstone gets access only to power tow mirrors and rear air suspension - either separately or in a package.