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2012 sequoia platinum 4 wd vs. 2012 gmc yukon denali 4wd - north hollywood toyota, los angeles new used certified dealer 2012 sequoia platinum 4 wd vs. 2012 gmc yukon denali 4wd - north hollywood toyota, los angeles new used certified dealer Document Transcript

  • Updated 9/30/11 Top Sequoia Advantages Over Yukon • More convenient storage Sequoia has three times as many cupholders and more and larger storage areas for small items. „ FULL-SIZE SUV PERFORMANCE Sequoia outperforms Denali, both in the numbers and in day-to-day driving. • More-comfortable ride Sequoia’s longer wheelbase, four-wheel independent suspension and fully boxed frame help smooth the ride. • More ground clearance Sequoia can go farther when the going gets tough. „ COMMITMENT TO SAFETY Sequoia incorporates a wide array of the latest safety technologies, including Toyota’s Star Safety SystemTM . • More airbags Sequoia includes driver and front-passenger knee airbags as standard equipment—protection that isn’t available on Denali at any price. • More braking technology As part of the Star Safety System, Sequoia comes with brake assist, electronic brake-force distribution and Smart Stop Technology—safety features that aren’t available on Denali. • More standard safety features New for 2012 model year, Trailer Sway Control is now standard on all Sequoias. And Sequoia Platinum includes a Blind Spot Monitor. „ VALUE FOR THE MONEY Sequoia might be priced a bit higher, but its exceptional value advantage grows over time. • More thoughtful touches Sequoia has the edge when it comes to the little things that Denali offers only as extra-cost options or not at all. Examples include a rear DVD entertainment system, power moonroof and six-disc CD changer. • More value down the road Higher predicted residual values, based on projections by Automotive Lease Guide, may pay off over the long haul. „ FULL-SIZE SUV ROOMINESS Sequoia is only slightly bigger on the outside but significantly bigger on the inside. • More passenger room Sequoia has more room for occupants, especially in the first- and third-row seats. And the second-row seats slide and recline. • More cargo room Sequoia offers an impressive 11.2 cubic feet more cargo room with power reclining second- and third-row seats that fold down to create a flat storage surface. 2012 Sequoia Platinum 4WD vs. 2012 GMC Yukon Denali 4WD Sequoia is Toyota’s full-size, do-it-all SUV. Assembled in Indiana with engines from our Alabama facility, it appeals to family-oriented Americans who need to accommodate multiple passengers as well as their multiple active pursuits. These customers’ priorities are passenger room, cargo room and towing capability, which just happen to be Sequoia’s strengths. The Platinum grade builds on this solid platform, adding numerous comfort, convenience and styling enhancements to balance Sequoia’s high-end function with exceptional form. Some Sequoia Platinum customers cross shop it with the GMC Yukon Denali. It’s a worthy competitor in what has become—especially in this era of high gasoline prices—an increasingly competitive market segment. This Edge compares these two vehicles, highlighting Sequoia’s many strong points. Be sure to watch the Sequoia vs. Denali Edge Live video for even more useful information. 2011 GMC Yukon Denali shown september 2011 Look inside for detailed info about this summary, important safety information and disclaimers. „ VALUE FOR THE MONEY Sequoia might be priced a bit higher, but its exceptional 2011 GMC Yukon Denali shown 2012 Sequoia Platinum
  • 2 20I2 SEQUOIA PLATINUM vs. 20I2 GMC YUKON DENALI Denali is the top-of-the-line grade for Yukon, which GMC also offers in Base, XL and Hybrid configurations. As such, Denali is well equipped. But to keep up with Sequoia Platinum, it still needs to add some options, such as a rear-seat DVD entertainment system and a power moonroof. Here’s a list of some of this model’s key standard features. Denali 4WD Engine 6.2-liter OHV 16-valve V8 Transmission 6-speed manually interactive automatic Driveline 4x4 Standard Features 4-wheel anti-lock brakes StabiliTrack® vehicle-stability control Traction control Electronic brake-force distribution Driver and passenger airbags Front and rear side-curtain airbags Front side airbags Rear electronic parking aid Rearview camera system OnStar® telematics system Leather-trimmed seats Power-adjustable driver seat Power-adjustable front-passenger seat Heated and cooled front-row seats Third-row 50/50-split removable bench seat Power-adjustable pedals Remote vehicle starter Leather-wrapped steering wheel Tilt steering column Heated steering wheel Bose® AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio system USB port XM satellite radio (with three months of service) XM NavTraffic (with three months of service) DVD navigation with voice activation Bluetooth® connectivity Front auxiliary audio input jack Cruise control with steering-wheel-mounted controls Tri-zone automatic climate control Keyless remote entry Universal garage-door opener Autoride™ adaptive variable suspension Rear automatic load-leveling Rear locking differential Transfer case Compare to Sequoia Platinum 4WD GMC Yukon Denali at a Glance SEQUOIA PLATINUM vs. offers in Base, XL and Hybrid configurations. As such, Denali is well equipped. But to keep up with Sequoia Platinum, it still needs to add some options, such as a rear-seat DVD entertainment system 2011 GMC Yukon Denali shown
  • 3 20I2 SEQUOIA PLATINUM vs. 20I2 GMC YUKON DENALI 3 „ VALUE FOR THE MONEY more thoughtful touches At first glance, it seems Denali has the advantage on price. But Sequoia is loaded with features that Denali treats as extra-cost options or doesn’t offer, at any price. This shifts the price/value pendulum back in Sequoia’s favor. Sequoia Platinum 4WD Yukon Denali 4WD 6-disc CD changer Standard Not available Telescoping steering column Standard Not available Windshield-wiper de-icer Standard Not available Steering-wheel- mounted climate controls Standard Not available Rear-door window sunshades Standard Not available One-touch up/down power windows Standard Not available Rear DVD entertainment system Standard Available Power moonroof Standard Available Sequoia Platinum Yukon Denali Sequoia Platinum 4WD Yukon Denali 4WD Toyota Advantage ALG residual value after 36 months 45% 44% 1% ALG residual value after 48 months 39% 38% 1% ALG residual value after 60 months 34% 32% 2% more value down the road Over time, Sequoia could more than make up for Denali’s lower starting price with higher residual values, as calculated by Automotive Lease Guide (ALG)1 . Sequoia Platinum Advantages A Closer Look
  • 4 20I2 SEQUOIA PLATINUM vs. 20I2 GMC YUKON DENALI Sequoia Platinum 4WD Yukon Denali 4WD Toyota Advantage Front leg room (in.) 42.5 41.3 1.2 Front shoulder room (in.) 66.4 65.2 1.2 Front hip room (in.) 62.5 60.3 2.2 2nd-row leg room (in.) 40.9 39.0 1.9 2nd-row shoulder room (in.) 65.6 65.2 0.4 3rd-row leg room (in.) 35.3 25.6 9.7 3rd-row shoulder room (in.) 65.7 61.7 4.0 3rd-row hip room (in.) 50.4 49.1 1.3 Sequoia Platinum Yukon Denali „ FULL-SIZE ROOMINESS more passenger room Sequoia has more room for occupants, especially in the first and third row of seats. And the second-row seats slide and recline. more cargo room Fold down Sequoia’s second- and third-row seats and you have access to far more cargo space3 than what’s available in Denali. And Sequoia’s cargo space is more user-friendly. The power third- row seat reclines fully to create a flat storage surface. And Sequoia has flaps that bridge the gap between the second- and third-row seats. Denali doesn’t offer these convenience features. Sequoia Platinum 4WD Yukon Denali 4WD Toyota Advantage Maximum cargo room 3 (cu.ft.) 120.1 108.9 11.2 Sequoia (Limited shown) Yukon Denali more convenient storage Sequoia’s thoughtful design incorporates more cupholders and more and larger storage areas for small items. Take, for example: a compartment for storing sunglasses, a deep center storage unit and a dual glove box for front-row passengers; a center storage unit that converts into a table and in-door cubbies for second-row passengers; and more cupholders and storage options for third-row passengers. Sequoia Platinum 4WD Yukon Denali 4WD Toyota Advantage Cupholders 18 6 12 Sequoia Platinum Advantages A Closer Look Sequoia Platinum Yukon Denali
  • 5 20I2 SEQUOIA PLATINUM vs. 20I2 GMC YUKON DENALI „ FULL-SIZE SUV PERFORMANCE more-comfortable ride The rugged Sequoia is also refined, with an exceptional ride quality that benefits from the SUV’s configuration, suspension technology and fully boxed frame. Sequoia Platinum 4WD Yukon Denali 4WD Wheelbase (in.) 122.0 116.0 Front suspension Independent Independent Rear suspension Independent Live multi-link more towing power Sequoia isn’t just a refined and spacious people hauler. It’s a ready and willing hard worker, too. Sequoia Platinum 4WD Yukon Denali 4WD Advantage Standard tow rating4 (lbs.) 8800 8100 700 Maximum tow rating4 (lbs.) 8800 8100 700 more ground clearance Sequoia’s size and sophistication make it a terrific on-road cruiser. But it’s just as strong off road. Case in point: its ample ground clearance. Sequoia Platinum 4WD Yukon Denali 4WD Toyota Advantage Ground clearance (in.) 10.0 9.1 0.9 5 Ground clearance (in.) 10.0 9.1 0.9 „ COMMITMENT TO SAFETY more braking technology As part of Toyota’s Star Safety System™ , Sequoia comes with brake assist, electronic brake-force distribution and Smart Stop Technology. Denali can’t keep pace, even with extra-cost options. Sequoia Platinum 4WD Yukon Denali 4WD Vehicle-stability control Standard Standard Traction control Standard Standard Anti-lock brakes Standard Standard Electronic brake- force distribution Standard Not available Brake assist Standard Not available Smart Stop Technology Standard Not available more airbags Sequoia includes driver and front-passenger knee airbags as standard equipment, protection that isn’t available on Denali at any price. Sequoia Platinum 4WD Yukon Denali 4WD Front airbags Standard Standard Front side airbags Standard Standard Side head curtain airbags Standard Standard Driver knee airbag Standard Not available Front passenger knee airbag Standard Not available Sequoia Platinum Advantages A Closer Look more standard safety technologies For 2012, Sequoia Platinum ups the ante with two additional safety features that, again, aren’t available on Denali. Sequoia Platinum 4WD Yukon Denali 4WD Trailer Sway Control Standard Not available Blind Spot Monitor Standard Not available
  • 1 2011 Automotive Lease Guide, Inc. (www.ALG.com). 2 2011 IntelliChoice, Inc. (www.intellichoice.com). 3 Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution. Competitive Comparison reflects the most current information available for stated model year vehicle. Competitive vehicle data sourced from Polk Price & Specifications Professional and from competitor web sites August 2011. All information is believed to be correct at date of printing and is subject to change without notice. 4 Before towing, confirm your vehicle and trailer are compatible, hooked up and loaded properly and that you have any necessary additional equipment. Do not exceed any Weight Ratings and follow all instructions in your Owner’s Manual. The maximum you can tow depends on the total weight of any cargo, occupants and available equipment. ©2011 TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYING OR ANY OTHER REPRODUCTION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN PERMISSION OF TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A. IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED.Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., by the publication and/or dissemination of this publication does not create any warranties, either expressed or implied, as to Toyota products.The information contained herein was up-to- date at the time of publication, but may subsequently be changed or added to without notice and without incurring any obligation. Reliance on this information creates no liability for Toyota. This publication is produced for use as an information sales aid. Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., its employees, representatives, and/or agents shall not be held liable for any omission of data or inclusion of erroneous data even where said omission is alleged to have been relied upon by a buyer ofToyota Products. Log onto www.Toyota-eShowroom.com, then click “Resources.” Select Edge Series. View and/or print this document—as well as any Edge or Hot Sheet from the University of Toyota. For more information about Sequoia, check out the Sequoia sections in eSource and Pocket Source. For hands-on feature comparisons, be sure to watch the Edge Live videos on eShowroom. 341AD-10730-11 Check out toyota-eshowroom for access to this edge Competitive Comparison series and more...