What's the prize for being the 250th Sequoia customer. I'm the guy with the jumping killer whale on your inventory web page, it could have been me.
Love the Sequoia. Bought Limited alloys on eBay for $350. Sold my SR-5 alloys for $300. Had the wheels remounted and added the Limited spoiler (aftermarket) at Airsteam in Huntington Beach, CA. They were fantastic!
Except for heated seats (don't need 'em) and power-fold mirrors (would have liked that feature), I'm driving a sand colored Limited!
Pablo.Our appointment was set for 7 a.m. and our pick-up call came at about 4:30 pm. The result: The dealer replaced the front brake pads with what it called "upgraded pads," resurfaced the rotors because of some warpage, the technicians deemed the alignment OK, and some interior trim pieces were re-secured. The dealer found that the tire showing irregular wear had even wear on both edges and suggested that running it with low tire pressure may have caused the wear. But we think that is unlikely, since we regularly check the tire pressure. We received a courtesy tire rotation. We are not going to pretend that replacing brake pads and having warped rotors doesn't bother us at 6,300 miles, but rest assured we will keenly watch this over the next 6,000 miles. Our service advisor implied that they had seen this before on Sequoias and that the upgraded pads (the factory brake pads being the suspected source of the problem) should do the trick.