2014 Toyota Highlander
41,897 Miles
$31,777

Conshohocken, PA
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2012 Toyota Highlander
76,191 Miles
$17,975

Rochester, NH
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2014 Toyota Highlander
28,623 Miles
$34,845

South Lake Tahoe, CA
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2013 Toyota Highlander
85,060 Miles
$19,951

Jasper, AL
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2014 Toyota Highlander
43,386 Miles
$29,950

Amarillo, TX
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2014 Toyota Highlander
30,995 Miles
$34,325

Amarillo, TX
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2015 Toyota Highlander
30,389 Miles
$28,650

Amarillo, TX
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2015 Toyota Highlander
58,146 Miles
$31,980

Waldorf, MD
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2013 Toyota Highlander
36,705 Miles
$25,985

North Huntingdon, PA
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2014 Toyota Highlander
16,796 Miles
$27,985

North Huntingdon, PA
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2015 Toyota Highlander
39,299 Miles
$32,498

Lombard, IL
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2013 Toyota Highlander
57,003 Miles
$22,995

Lombard, IL
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2013 Toyota Highlander
35,619 Miles
$25,697

Lombard, IL
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2015 Toyota Highlander
39,202 Miles
$28,999

Waldorf, MD
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2015 Toyota Highlander
25,603 Miles
$35,980

Waldorf, MD
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2013 Toyota Highlander
37,579 Miles
$25,590

Orland Park, IL
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2015 Toyota Highlander
29,150 Miles
$24,990

Granbury, TX
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2015 Toyota Highlander
7,944 Miles
$30,995

Lombard, IL
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2016 Toyota Highlander
10,206 Miles
$44,950

Amarillo, TX
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2010 Toyota Highlander
121,799 Miles
$16,650

Amarillo, TX
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Owner Reviews
Overall 4.5
Value 4.4
Performance 4.0
Style 4.2
Comfort 4.5
Fuel Economy 3.6
Maintenance 4.4

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Toyota Highlander Owner Ratings & Reviews

2012 Toyota Highlander - A great family car!

Brandon, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value 3.0
Performance 4.0
Style 3.0
Comfort 5.0
Fuel Economy 2.0
Maintenance 5.0
I have driven my Highlander for four years now. It is a great family vehicle. We bought it before we had kids, and now, 2 kids in it still has plenty of room for everything we need to do. It has about 56,000 miles on it, and has needed no major repairs, still drives like new. It is also big enough to potentially fit 8 people, which is a big benefit when carpooling with friends.
Story
We took this car on a 3 hour road trip to run a marathon. There were 5 of us with luggage in the car and it was a little tight. I rode in the far back seat but still felt like I fit easily.
Pros
I like that it has enough room to fit my jogging stroller in the back of the Highlander. My other car will not fit it easily. I can also fit my family of four and luggage for a road trip into the car easily. It drives very nicely, and it is very easy to drive, despite its size. This is my first car of this size and I do not find driving it any more difficult than smaller cars.
Cons
At this point, the music system and connectability is a little outdated. It is not that easy to connect music from our phones through the speaker system, but it is possible. Because of its size, mpg is not that great.

2015 Toyota Highlander - I love my Highlander!

Riverview, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value 5.0
Performance 4.0
Style 5.0
Comfort 4.0
Fuel Economy 3.0
Maintenance 5.0
The quality of this vehicle is outstanding! The interior is very durable, and easily washable. The seats slide and fold down easily to adjust for extra room. The exterior paint is durable and easily washable. It rides very smoothly, and the engine is very quiet. It has a bigger engine so that I can get up to speed easily on the highway. It also handles very well.
Story
It was a little tight, but we were able to fit eight people into this vehicle, and everyone was still comfortable after a two hour drive.
Pros
I love the extra row of seating in the back. This vehicle is very practical for a family, and is a nice alternative to a mini van. Being able to push a button to open the trunk is very convenient. If you need extra room, you can easily fold down all of the seats in the back. I was able to fit an entire treadmill that I bought at the store into my Highlander, and the trunk was able to close. That's a lot of room! My kids also love being able to adjust the air and heat to the temperature of their liking in the back.
Cons
There's not much that I don't like about this vehicle. The only thing that is hard for me is getting used to using the mirrors more because this is a longer vehicle and there are a couple of blind spots that you cannot see past if you try to look out of the back window.

2013 Toyota Highlander - Big and comfortable

Marietta, Georgia
Overall
4.0
Value 4.0
Performance 3.0
Style 4.0
Comfort 4.0
Fuel Economy 3.0
Maintenance 5.0
It's very versatile with 3 rows of seats, a great entertainment system, and properly sized as to not feel too big or small. The 4 cylinder in the base model is adequate for my needs since I don't tow anything and the car is never overloaded, plus it's a little better on gas than the 6 cylinder.
Story
Nothing specific, except that it's performed great on a few 1000 mile plus road trips
Pros
Three rows of seats are very helpful and the rear storage is pretty big with the third row folded down. The stereo system feels very high end, with a full touch screen control and an easy to use Bluetooth connection. It automatically remembers your and starts playing where you left off when last exiting the vehicle, which has been a challenge in other cars I've had. The second row is great too since it has a removable middle section, captains chairs and individual controls for each seat. Overall I'd say the Highlander is very well equipped for a base model and I would recommend it to anyon... (more)
Cons
Gas mileage could be better considering it's a four cylinder. Space behind the third row when the seats are up is basically non existent. Entrance to the third row is a challenge with car seats, since the tilt and fold mechanism can't operate with high backed car seats. The stereo volume is also somewhat lacking in the high end.