The 2024 Toyota Sequoia is still fresh off its redesign, though there are new package options.
With virtually every new Toyota model over the past few years, we’ve inevitably gotten the blacked-out Nightshade. You can now include the redesigned Sequoia on that list, as the automaker adds the $500 package to its Limited trim. That darkens all the chrome brightwork, from the grille to lower portions of the bumper, trim around the windows, the wheel arches, mirror caps and the 20-inch wheels themselves.
Speaking of the Limited trim (second from the bottom, just above the base SR5), Toyota also now offers second-row captain’s chairs as a $350 option. Before, you could only get them on the Platinum, TRD Pro and Capstone.
The Nightshade isn’t the only addition this year, either. Mid-Range Platinum 4×4 models also get the TRD Off-Road package as an option starting at $2,310. You could already get it on the sub-TRD Pro models including the SR5 and Limited, but this expands the SUV’s off-road capability to every trim save the luxury-focused Capstone. The TRD Off-Road adds in the larger 20-inch wheels, Bilstein shocks and upgraded springs from the TRD Sport, then takes things further with a rear locking differential, Crawl Control and Multi-Terrain Select, offering capability closer to that of the TRD Pro). Which wheel size you get depends on the trim to which you add the package. The SR5 brings in 18-inch wheels, while the Limited and Platinum get the same 20-inch units.
Finally, the TRD Pro gets a new “Terra” signature color for the new model year. Like the Tacoma, it’s a copper-like hue, adding something that’s a bit more subdued than 2023’s Solar Octane orange.
Pricing for the 2024 Toyota Sequoia starts at $62,725 for the base SR5, rising to $80,560 for the TRD Pro, before options.