Getting it for about 33k. So for 20,000 miles on it, absolutely mint condition, that is a GREAT deal... my only issue is the engine... I had the 4.7 in my 4runner and thought it was great.. this beast is 1500 pounds heavier...I would guess it pulls the same as a ford 5.4 or a nissan 5.6. nothing wrong with that if you really are getting it for a song.
That is not a good deal (IMO). I traded my "fully loaded" 2008 Sequoia SR5 with 4x4, 5.7L, JBL system, leather, spoiler, roof rack, fog lights, etc and 18,000 miles for ~$30,000. I paid ~$38,000 for it in April 2009, making it the least depreciating vehicle I've owned thus far.
They listed it on their website for $38,000 but will probably sell for $35,000. That is one MY older, but for resale value, more mileage in less time is worse than being a model year older. Plus the bigger motor, all the packages, etc. Mine should not be only $2k more than the one you are considering. I would keep looking, IMO.
Too bad you are not closer to NJ, we could go together since I know how much they have in the vehicle.
The groceries kinda flew around in the back of the Sequoia too, and I had the cargo net!Damn! I am so close!! You spoiled my fun... should I just buy the Tundra then? They are giving those away... 0% financing and it has the 5.7 -- my only issue, if you go shopping, etc, where do you put your groceries without them flying out? in the crew cab?