From bringing home the groceries to carpooling kids, it can handle anything.
Our 2002 Toyota Sequoia Limited Gold Package is the most reliable vehicle we own. It has over 24000 miles on it and is still going strong. Besides the regular maintenance the only repeating problem we had was the catch on the rear door breaking. We've taken it off road, up mountains, on countless road trips, and even towed trailers. It's comfortable for the whole family, even when all the seats are filled. We've put three adults on the third row yearly with no issues. Visually it's held up beautifully, it still looks quits new almost two decades later. I have practically nothing bad to say about this car.
Love the space that the car offers.
The car runs really well. The space in the car is wonderful, plenty enough room to put two booster seats and another person in the same row. Fits 7 comfortably with enough space in the back end to fit all the luggage needed. The split air/heat function works really well as we can have the back portion of the car be on a different climate then the front of the car, which works great for those who chill or get hot easily, the biggest drawback is the back door, we cannot seem to keep it working and can sometimes be hard to open when it does work.
Old faithful - extremely reliable. Traction control issues.
This car is super reliable. I generally get anywhere from 15-20 miles per gallon (depending on if I am in town or on the highway). I have 309,000 + miles on it and it is still trucking along. .
The main issue that I have had is with my dash sensors and the sensors for the 'trac control'. I have experienced this traction system engaging when it is not supposed to, had it fixed, and now the sensors are starting to pop back up at random times. It has not 'engaged' again, but the dash lights will act like it is.