2017 Toyota Sequoia vs 2017 GMC Yukon
Without a doubt, crossovers have taken over as the most popular people movers on the market, nearly eliminating the entire minivan class and taking a huge chunk out of the traditional sport utility vehicle segment as well. But SUVs still exist, and still make excellent options for drivers who need a great mix of passenger space and cargo volume. Our favorite is the full-size Sequoia, and we thought we’d show you why it makes such a great option, but comparing it to one of its biggest competitors, pitting the 2017 Toyota Sequoia vs 2017 GMC Yukon.
Advantages of the 2017 Toyota Sequoia
The table above takes a closer look at some of the most important specifications in full-size SUVs like these two. We thought we’d work our way through the list to analyze the differences and similarities between the two vehicles, starting from the top with power. In terms of horsepower, the spec everyone generally equates with power more than any other, the Sequoia delivers an extra 26 horses. But torque is just as important, especially in big vehicles like the Sequoia and Yukon. Once again, the Sequoia gets the nod, offering an extra 18 pound-feet of torque.
But power isn’t the most important aspect of an SUV, in our opinion. That designation would go to cargo capacity, as there’s obviously a reason you’re looking at a full-size SUV instead of a small sedan or coupe. Behind the back row of seats, the Sequoia offers an extra 3.6 cubic feet of space to fill with whatever you need to bring along. And that’s not it. Drop all of the back seats flat, and the Sequoia offers a much more impressive 25.4 cu. ft. of extra space for whatever you need.
If you think the power and cargo space of the Sequoia add up to a vehicle you might be interested, make sure to browse around our website and blog for even more information about it. If you’re ready to get behind the wheel of a new 2017 Toyota Sequoia, then schedule a test drive either right on the site or by giving us a call here at the sales desk, and we’ll get you behind the wheel as soon as they come in.