How much does it cost to lift a Toyota Sequoia?

I bought a Toyota Sequoia last year, but it’s not quite tackling the trails in the way I want it to. I’m trying to figure out if it’s worth buying a cheap, used off-roader or just getting my Sequoia lifted. How much does lifting a Toyota Sequoia cost?

Pat Roache · Answered on Oct 03, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
You can try to buy a suspension lift kit and lift your Toyota Sequoia on your own, but it’s not exactly an easy car mod. Once you take the cost of parts and labor into account, it can cost anywhere between $800 and $8,000 to lift a Toyota Sequoia.
You’re likely looking at around $300 for labor, more or less. However, the lift kit could range anywhere from $400 to $4000 depending on the type you buy. A leveling kit can be a bit cheaper—around $100 to $300—but it won’t accomplish as much as a full-on suspension lift kit would.
Don’t forget to consider the long-term expenses of installing a lift kit either. Your fuel efficiency is likely to suffer, as well as your Toyota Sequoia car insurance cost. Luckily you can shop for the most affordable car insurance easier than ever with help from Jerry!
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