2019 Toyota Sequoia front grille and headlights

How much room for passengers and cargo does the Toyota Sequoia have?

Car shoppers interested in the largest SUV in the Toyota lineup can zero-in on the performance-focused Toyota Sequoia. With massive amounts of interior space for passengers or gear, the 2019 Toyota Sequoia’s interior dimensions and cargo space are practically cavernous. Find detailed specs below.

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2019 Toyota Sequoia Interior Dimensions and Cargo Space Specs

2019 Toyota Sequoia towing an airstream

2019 Toyota Sequoia rear exterior

2019 Toyota Sequoia cargo space with rear seats folded flat

Interior Passenger Space

The 2019 Toyota Sequoia delivers a premium passenger experience, no matter what row you’re in. While drivers and front-row passengers will have the most room to stretch their legs with 42.5 inches of legroom, second and third-row passengers are sure to be plenty comfortable with 40.9 inches and 35.3 inches of legroom respectively. With over 34 inches of headroom on Sequoia models equipped with a moonroof, even tall passengers should have no trouble with space even for long trips.

Cargo Hauling Specs

With all rear seats upright, the 2019 Toyota Sequoia delivers 18.9 cubic feet of storage space for travel gear. When all eight passenger seats aren’t needed, the SUVs interior can morph into a cargo-hauling machine with 66.6 cubic feet of space available behind the second-row seats and 120.1 cubic feet of space available behind the front-row seats. Plenty of room for a full load of passengers and the gear that comes with them or for larger items on moving day.

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While the Toyota Sequoia does offer the most interior space in the lineup, it’s geared mainly toward off-road excursions rather than family travel and doesn’t have as good of fuel ratings as other Toyota SUVs like the Highlander. If passenger hauling is your main concern, we suggest test driving the Toyota Highlander lineup first. For off-road enthusiasts that need an eight-passenger SUV that can keep up with them wherever they go, the Toyota Sequoia is the model for the job.