2015 Toyota Highlander
42,564 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$26,414
Est $381/mo

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2016 Toyota Highlander
39,494 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$35,692
Est $514/mo

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2015 Toyota Highlander
40,937 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$30,692
Est $442/mo

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2003 Toyota Highlander
94,190 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$7,991
Est $115/mo

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2013 Toyota Highlander
58,766 Miles | Irvine, CA
$22,983
Est $331/mo

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2015 Toyota Highlander
59,119 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$23,755
Est $342/mo

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2015 Toyota Highlander
43,161 Miles | Orlando, FL
$19,999
Est $288/mo

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2017 Toyota Highlander
38,030 Miles | West Palm Beach, FL
$23,999
Est $346/mo

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2015 Toyota Highlander
30,975 Miles | West Palm Beach, FL
$24,999
Est $360/mo

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2016 Toyota Highlander
24,879 Miles | Orlando, FL
$30,099
Est $434/mo

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2016 Toyota Highlander
39,176 Miles | Miami, FL
$23,999
Est $346/mo

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2015 Toyota Highlander
37,161 Miles | Miami, FL
$24,999
Est $360/mo

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2015 Toyota Highlander
27,185 Miles | Miami, FL
$27,499
Est $396/mo

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2015 Toyota Highlander
27,155 Miles | Miami, FL
$24,599
Est $355/mo

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2015 Toyota Highlander
29,832 Miles | North Lauderdale, FL
$23,999
Est $346/mo

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2017 Toyota Highlander
40,207 Miles | Orlando, FL
$23,999
Est $346/mo

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2016 Toyota Highlander
20,105 Miles | Orlando, FL
$30,999
Est $447/mo

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2015 Toyota Highlander
21,760 Miles | Miami, FL
$28,999
Est $418/mo

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2017 Toyota Highlander
16,199 Miles | Miami, FL
$31,999
Est $461/mo

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2016 Toyota Highlander
35,523 Miles | West Palm Beach, FL
$23,999
Est $346/mo

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Toyota Highlander Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.4
84 Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.4
Performance
4.0
Style
4.1
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
4.3

Toyota Highlander Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Toyota Highlander - A great vehicle for everything

CT
Lutz, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I fell in love with this vehicle. It became one of the best vehicles I ever owned. Every thing from the very nice sounding JBL sound system to the V6 engine this suv would get you there and make the drive fun and comfortable. The V6 engine was very quick and handled the suv with ease. I had a sunroof which making drives to the beach fun and exciting. It also had plenty of room for the family and even the dog. I used this suv for many road trips and it handled great. The leather seats were really nice and the seat warmers were a nice addition but weren't really needed since I stayed in FL. If you want a nice size vehicle for the whole family with room to spare this is the one for you. You also get Toyota quality that's sure to last a long time. I still used this vehicle daily and its go... (more)
Story
I used this vehicle to take me and my friends to the beach for a friends birthday. We were able to take 5 of us and all the beach accessories we needed in one vehicle
Pros
Nice sound system very smooth ride cold a/c plenty of room 3rd row seating folding down seats powerful engine
Cons
Didn't need the heated seats but they worked fine a little narrow feel.

2002 Toyota Highlander - Tremendous car, lasted over 10 years

GG
Westchase, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
When I initially bought it, it was very reasonably priced around 26,000. Gas mileage was good and was very smooth. Over time, there weren't any significant issues with the car, mostly common ones. Despite having this car for so long, everything in it works well. The air conditioning still works great, car still runs smooth. I've had this car for over 13 years now and I couldn't be happier.
Story
We went on a road trip with the family to Michigan about 6 years ago. The terrain changed pretty much every 10 miles, but despite that, the highlander was extremely smooth.
Pros
Great gas mileage, smooth on any type of terrain, and there were never any significant problems with the car. Lasted me over 10 years and still works as if it was brand new. The seats are very comfortable and there were hardly any stains that were hard to remove on it because of the material. Great room in the back despite not being a huge vehicle. Plenty of space for suitcases or any other storage in the back. Enough room for a 3rd row so there can be a lot of people in the car at once.
Cons
It is obviously not a sport car, but compared to similar SUV's, the acceleration of it is not as much as one would want. It takes a much longer time to get to the desired speed than a similar sized SUV would take. If the 3rd row seats are in the rear, there is very little leg room for the people in the back and it would have to be children, because adults can't fit back there.

2008 Toyota Highlander - Disappointed

kjmusicus
Bloomington, Minnesota
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
1.0
When we first purchased the Toyota Highlander, we were expecting our third child and we were looking for additional space for our growing family. In that respect, this vehicle did not disappoint. It has ample leg and seating room, and we were all able to comfortably fit in the car for a trip to outstate Minnesota, complete with luggage, baby chairs, bottles, diapers, etc. The interior is very plush and luxurious, and we had all of our creature comforts at the touch of a button. We felt quite safe also knowing that this vehicle could convert back and forth from all wheel drive to front wheel drive, depending on what our needs were. In addition to this great feature, we found the gas mileage, both in and out of town on the highway, to be very economical. I am the lead foot in our f... (more)
Story
We have had some diaper fiascoes in the back of this vehicle. What happens in the car stays in the car!
Pros
Comfortable ride Easy to load children and luggage in and out of Good gas mileage Safe in winter, adverse weather, or hot road conditions
Cons
Some serious blind spots in this vehicle that make it unsafe for some drivers Repair bills can and have been quite costly

Generations

The Toyota Highlander was first produced in the year 2000 and pioneered the crossover SUV field, as one of the first car-based, mid-size vehicles of its kind. The Highlander was originally built on the same platform as the Toyota Camry with the intent of combining the comfortable ride of a sedan with the cargo space and utility of a station wagon, minivan or full-size SUV.

2014-present (Highlander XU50 3rd Generation)

The third generation XU50 series Highlander is longer and wider than the previous generation, and its design has lost the formerly boxy look to more closely resemble the rounded profile of other similar SUVs. Seating for eight people is made possible by a sliding second row, which provides 4.3 additional inches of interior space. Also new are safety features such as blind spot monitoring systems as well as lane-departure and pre-collision warning systems. HD Radio and Bluetooth are now standard on all trims for the U.S. version, as is Toyota's Entune multimedia system with a touchscreen display.

The 2017 Highlander had a few additional internal and external changes. V6 models got an eight-speed automatic to replace the former six-speed tranny. The Highlander also now sports a new fascia with restyled headlights and taillights. Toyota added a new SE trim too, as well as XLE and LE Hybrid trims, in addition to new color choices.

2008-2013 (Highlander XU40 2nd Generation)

In 2007 the Highlander FCHV, a test vehicle using compressed hydrogen gas, was released. Meanwhile, the rest of the Highlander lineup was redesigned for 2008, growing bigger and more powerful. Whether front-wheel or all-wheel drive, all models were now powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine coupled to a five-speed automatic transmission. With rear and third-row seats folded down, there is nearly 15 cubic feet more interior space than previously. In early 2010, the SE model replaced the Sport model and Toyota introduced an Electric Power Steering (EPS) system. A backup camera became standard on the Sport and Limited models. New interior options included heated seats and leather seats as well as the Smart Key system and a DVD-based navigation system with a touch-screen. Toyota also added a towing package that increased towing capacity to 5,000 pounds. For the 2011 model year, Toyota made more changes to both the base model and hybrid, including the addition of a third-row bench seat. The front end was significantly revised to feature new headlights and a rocker panel that was black with chrome accents, as well as a prominent new front grille. More new standard features include cruise control, front and rear AC, power locks/windows, and a multi-function keyless entry control.

For the hybrid, a driver's knee airbag and active front headrests became standard equipment. A new stability control system and electronically controlled braking were added. This model was also the first to have a driver-selectable, electric-only EV mode. In 2011, the Highlander Hybrid got a new 3.5-liter V6 engine, and combined with its high-torque electric motor in Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive, delivered an output of approximately 280 hp.

2001-2007 (Highlander XU20)

In 2001, Toyota introduced the first Toyota Highlander with two engine options: a 2.4-liter four-cylinder or a 3-liter V6. In 2007, Toyota replaced the 3-liter V6 with a 3.3-liter engine. The Highlander shared a platform with its Lexus RX/Toyota Harrier cousin, and it was available with five seats from 2001–2007 and seven seats from 2004–2007. This original Highlander came standard with front-wheel drive and optional all-wheel drive as a 50/50 front/rear fixed-torque split. The first Highlander was available in three trim lines: the base, Sport, and Limited models. The base and Limited were offered when the Highlander was first introduced, while the Sport model came out in March 2006. ABS, brake assist and electronic brakeforce distribution were standard features, vehicle stability control with traction control also became standard in 2004, as did the tire pressure monitor. A center console built into the dashboard became standard in all U.S. Highlanders for 2002. For early Highlanders without the integrated center console, a smaller one was available as an option.

For the 2004 model year, Highlanders with the 3.3-liter engine came with a new five-speed automatic transmission, replacing the four-speed automatic transmission; the base four-cylinder models continued to use the old four-speed. This was also when Toyota introduced the optional third-row seat, accommodating two additional passengers. Beginning in 2004, the spare tire was moved from the interior to its current location underneath the vehicle. The Highlander Hybrid was the first seven-seat hybrid vehicle, first offered to the public in 2006.

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