Chrysler Aspen vs Toyota Sequoia


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Chrysler Aspen


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Toyota Sequoia



Boasting elegant Chrysler look-and-feel, unsurpassed capability and performance, and abundant luxury amenities, the all-new 2007 Chrysler Aspen is the latest addition to the Chrysler make showroom — a luxury SUV that is a value alternative to luxury-priced rivals.

The all-new 2007 Chrysler Aspen provides buyers an elegant and sophisticated luxury SUV for thousands less than luxury-priced rivals, explained George Murphy, Senior Vice President - Global Make Marketing, Chrysler Group. Loaded with luxury features, stunning Chrysler layout, fuel-saving MDS technology, 30 traditional security features and best-in-class horsepower, torque and dashboard space, Chrysler Aspen provides more for less.

Compared to big Suvs, the all-new 2007 Chrysler Aspen is more economical and maneuverable. Compared to full-size Suvs, Chrysler Aspen features more dashboard passenger room and trunk space, coupled with unmatched towing and hauling capability.

The all-new 2007 Chrysler Aspen provides luxury features including dashboard LED lighting, express-up front windows, a full-screen navigation radio, heated first- and second-row seatings, and a rear-seat DVD entertainment system. additionally, a new one-touch lane-change option enables the driver to rapidly activate a three-blink turn signal when changing lanes.
The Toyota Sequoia full-size sport utility car moves into 2011 with minor dashboard trim changes. The trailer hitch connector is now the same as on the Tundra full-size pickup truck, and there is a new off switch for the traditional Daytime Running Lights.

The Toyota Sequoia is available in SR5, Limited and Platinum grades. In select areas, the Toyota Sequoia features as traditional E85 Flex Fuel capability on 4x4 5. 7-liter V8 models.

Toyota Sequoia is available with a choice of two V8 engines, a 4. 6-liter that was presented for the 2010 model year and the 5. 7-liter unit it arrived with. Both engines run on recommended regular-grade fuel. The traditional motor for the 2011 Toyota Sequoia SR5 is the new 310 horsepower 4. 6-liter I-force V8, a 32-valve DOHC unit that features aluminum alloy cylinder heads with dual independent Variable Valve Timing with intelligence (vvt-i). Peak torque is 327 lb. -ft. at 3400, rpm.

The 4. 6-liter V8 is teamed to a six-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission, benefitting both performance and fuel efficiency. The Toyota Sequoia Limited and Platinum grades option a traditional Iforce DOHC 5. 7-liter V8, also teamed to a six-speed electronically controlled automatic. This powertrain is auxillary for the SR5.