Lowering a 2013 sequoia

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    Default Lowering a 2013 sequoia

    Hi all, new member here. My wife and I are looking at SUV's and we both really like the Sequoia. Problem is, our Garage door is only 75 inches high. Is the Sequoia true to it's listed 77 inch height? If so, are there any simple adjustments (maybe to the suspension?) that could be made to drop it around 3 inches? there's plenty of clearance in the garage, it's just door height that's an issue. We live in the Northeast, so garaging the car is important in the winter.

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    Default Re: Lowering a 2013 sequoia

    There are more options available for the SR5 and Limited models. Once you go Platinum with the air suspension, the options are pretty much non-existent. The platinum does have a height control to lower the vehicle when it's stopped or going <15mph, but it's only about 1 inch and won't get you as much drop as you need. Rather than drop the car, I would raise the roof of the garage. If you live in snow country, part of the reason for having a big SUV is the increased ground clearance over a minivan/crossover sedan.

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