2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
196,448 Miles
$8,989

Payette, ID
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2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
3,085 Miles
$40,500

Haverhill, MA
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2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
60,338 Miles
$32,995

Rochester, NY
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2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
58,299 Miles
$37,510

Durham, NC
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2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
14,206 Miles
$43,555

Conshohocken, PA
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2013 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
84,299 Miles
$26,703

Conshohocken, PA
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2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
13,006 Miles
$39,900

Haverhill, MA
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2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
81,600 Miles
$22,000

Fair Lawn, NJ
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2014 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
48,169 Miles
$37,991

Lincolnwood, IL
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2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
3,236 Miles
$40,500

Haverhill, MA
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2012 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
76,792 Miles
$21,989

Tallahassee, FL
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2013 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
51,817 Miles
$29,977

Daytona Beach, FL
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2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
18,448 Miles
$41,700

Saco, ME
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2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
3,386 Miles
$45,991

Seaside, CA
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2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
192,325 Miles
$6,500

Denver, CO
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2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
29,554 Miles
$39,991

Mckinney, TX
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2008 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
134,689 Miles
$14,999

Helena, MT
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2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
42,915 Miles
$39,498

Eugene, OR
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2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
14,225 Miles
$46,988

Eugene, OR
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2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
82,115 Miles
$18,000

Lawrence, MA
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Toyota Highlander Hybrid Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.4
Performance
4.6
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.7
Fuel Economy
4.2
Maintenance
4.4

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Toyota Highlander Hybrid Owner Ratings & Reviews

2009 Toyota Highlander Hybrid - Great Car for Families and For Artists

Central, South Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.0
I am a theater artist with two kids. We bought our Highlander used because we needed better space for our family than just our sedans. What I found out though was not only was this car great for our family, which I'll get into later, but the lay-down seating is great for large bulk order of supplies picked up at Lowes or Home Depot. It also pulls a trailer almost as well as most full-sized trucks. Our first week owning, we hitched a U-Haul up to it to tow an 1860 Chicago upright piano about 30 miles to our location. Then it was a huge help when buying supplies for and lumber for our large musical production, because I could hook up the trailer, lay down the back seats and carry about 3 to 4 times what I would have been able to if just towing a trailer. Don't let the hybrid aspect scare... (more)
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We took our kids to Disney World which was about a 10 hour trip. We wouldn't have even considered it if we were still using sedans as our main mode of transportation. The girls didn't fight once, although my youngest did get very upset that my wife took a nap in the car on the way down at 5:30 in the morning. Once Cinderella came on though she was fine and eventually went to sleep herself.
Pros
We love the storage space, and the people space. We only have to fill-up on gas every week to week and a half, plus it only has a 16 gallon tank which means our fill-up prices aren't too bad like some other SUVs with larger tanks. The rear-camera is very useful and the in console monitor allows me to see how many miles I can travel with the current tank. It heats and cools very well. Even on extremely hot days in the south we only need to run the AC on the third level for about 4 or 5 minutes and the whole car has cooled off enough that we can run it on the first or second level for the re... (more)
Cons
It is a little difficult for someone to get all the way to third row, however we've only had to use it 3 or 4 times so it isn't that big of a deal. Also, we have had to do two or three recalls on it since we've owned it. The final thing is that my keyfob burns through batteries quickly, but those are only about $7 to replace so it isn't too bad.

2013 Toyota Highlander Hybrid - New Highlanders are not as good as previous versions.

Seattle, Washington
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
1.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I bought the 2013 Highlander Hybrid a couple of years ago and there are several things to like and dislike about the car. We use this car as our primary commuter car and hauler. I have to mention that I like driving the car but it is not a very comfortable ride at all compared to my previous Highlander Limited 2005 model. The 2013 model is not as quiet, not as smooth and just does not have that nice luxurious feel that the 2005 model did. The car is not as quiet when driving on the freeway, the seats are not very comfortable, the ride itself is pretty good for an SUV but we no longer take long trips (100+ miles) anymore because of the uncomfortable seats. I like the car for commuting since we don't take the freeway and run on batteries for most of the commute and because of that w... (more)
Title
We had a very nice day trip to the ocean from our house, which is about a 2 hour drive away, even though we were a little sore from riding that long in uncomfortable seats it was a fun trip. 2 hours is about our max time, which we figured out on this trip. Great trip, learned a lot about the car, we decided on the way back that if we are going to be in the car longer than 2 hours we will tak... (more)
Pros
A nice touch screen, plenty of room with seats folded down, looks nice and gives great mileage.
Cons
It has very uncomfortable seats, not as quiet as previous versions, not as smooth as previous versions and does not have a great initial acceleration (0-60).

2014 Toyota Highlander Hybrid - Comfortable family vehicle

Novi, Michigan
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
3.0
The Toyota Highlander is a great family vehicle, providing a comfortable ride with plenty of storage. The vehicle itself is slightly wider than most, creating a spacious feeling - even with multiple carseats. The third-row fold-down seating has a split-bench, which offers flexibility for transporting luggage and larger items. The Highlander handles well in winter weather, and gets decent fuel economy. The steering is tight, and overall the Highlander has good maneuverability for vehicles in its class. It has hidden sensors that allow the driver to avoid collisions and parallel park.
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We took a 2000 mile roadtrip in the Highlander, driving west to the national parks... right after we had potty-trained the oldest. My kids had a great time, but part of the trip was through desolate areas with not many rest stops. We had plenty of space to keep a cooler, so the kids had plenty of snacks but not many opportunities for using the restroom. Luckily we had packed a children's potty... (more)
Pros
I love the versatility of the second row, as well as the storage capacity with the third row folded down. The separate climate control for the second row is a valuable feature for longer trips. It's an excellent "mom" SUV, big enough to haul kids in car seats, groceries, and a stroller, but not so big that it wouldn't fit into the garage or a standard parking space. The center console is huge, and can easily hold a large purse or even a large diaper bag. There are tons of cupholders in this vehicle - 10, to be exact - allowing a place for both coffee and water bottles! The driver feedback ... (more)
Cons
The third row seating option can be tight for adults to access, particularly for fastening children into car seats. The regenerative braking initially felt soft, and takes some getting used to.