The Toyota Sequoia 2023 was not ready to provide fuel economy estimates when we drove it last month.

It will have a 3.5-liter V6 hybrid engine that makes 437 horsepower and 583 pounds-feet of torque coupled to a 10-speed automatic transmission.

Based on the drivetrain and trim level, we expected about 20 to 22 mpg combined for the Sequoia.

It said the Sequoia returned 21 mpg in the city, 24 on the highway, and 22 combined mpg on Toyota's website.

In the city, four-wheel-drive buyers will get 19 mpg, while on the highway they will get 22 mpg. All trims have the same numbers.

New Sequoia gets 8 more miles per gallon in the city, 7 more on the highway, and 7 more combined than the previous one.

Compared to the rear-wheel-drive Sequoia, the gap between the four-wheel-drive and rear-wheel-drive trims narrows slightly for the four-wheel-drive trim.

In the city, the 2023 Sequoia 4WD gets six more mpg, on the highway, it gets five more, and it gets six more in the combined cycle than the 2022 model.

The new Toyota was criticized for its lack of polish and features, but it now beats all of its competitors for fuel economy.

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