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Toyota Denies Reports of Sequoia Discontinuation

August 05, 2010

TORRANCE, CA - The Toyota Sequoia will not be discontinued, contrary to any media reports, according to a July 29 statement from Toyota.

"Sequoia continues to be a profitable, high-quality vehicle for Toyota and several years remain in the life of the current generation. Our focus remains on building our vehicles, including the Sequoia, with the highest possible quality," according to the company statement.

 

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