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Old 07-19-2011, 02:29 PM
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Since Drew brought it up

What is the general consensus with regard to the Sequoia vs. the 100 Series for a daily driver, grocery getter and maybe (although doubtful) occassional mile offroad vehicle?

Any reasons (aside from one is a "Land Cruiser" and the other isn't) why a person should limit themselves to looking at the 100 series vs both? I know the 100s seem to really retain their value which tends to keep the price of a used vehicle up there. Anyone know of issues with the Sequoia that would knock them off the potential buy list?

I've pretty much decided that if the insists on having a truck vs. a car/van then we might as well step up to something that has more power, more creature conforts, and will tow a popup camper up the hill at greater than 25mph - all the while getting better (if only marginally) gas mileage.
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