2007 Toyota Highlander
98,418 Miles
$11,599

Knoxville, TN
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2007 Toyota Highlander
118,759 Miles
$10,599

Buford, GA
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2007 Toyota Highlander
111,656 Miles
$12,998

Louisville, KY
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2007 Toyota Highlander
92,980 Miles
$12,599

Memphis, TN
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2007 Toyota Highlander
158,112 Miles
$9,991

Urbandale, IA
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2007 Toyota Highlander
136,820 Miles
$10,991

Littleton, CO
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2007 Toyota Highlander
95,509 Miles
$9,955

Selden, NY
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2007 Toyota Highlander
150,281 Miles
$11,300

Dubuque, IA
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2007 Toyota Highlander
220,230 Miles
$7,989

Mankato, MN
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2007 Toyota Highlander
158,066 Miles
$6,650

Columbia, MO
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2007 Toyota Highlander
71,762 Miles
$10,890

Daytona Beach, FL
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2007 Toyota Highlander
155,845 Miles
$9,998

Milpitas, CA
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2007 Toyota Highlander
90,932 Miles
$8,197

Daytona Beach, FL
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2007 Toyota Highlander
155,973 Miles
$8,935

Watseka, IL
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2007 Toyota Highlander
104,490 Miles
$11,562

Twin Falls, ID
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2007 Toyota Highlander
181,770 Miles
$7,980

Madison, WI
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2007 Toyota Highlander
166,970 Miles
$8,995

Americus, GA
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2007 Toyota Highlander
170,597 Miles
$10,895

Grand Junction, CO
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2007 Toyota Highlander
92,838 Miles
$9,330

Metter, GA
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2007 Toyota Highlander
209,843 Miles
$6,998

Duluth, MN
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2007 Toyota Highlander Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.5
Style
3.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
5.0

2007 Toyota Highlander Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Toyota Highlander - Dependable Car

Angela
Bellflower, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
The Toyota Highlander is a dependable car. I have owned it for about eight years and have had very minimal maintenance issues with it. The overall look is quite classy, with carefully designed details such as on the doors. The car also has no blind spots, which is important for new drivers. The drive is very smooth. Going uphill is exceptionally easy. The V6 engine makes it a fast car. It is, however, quite bulky, so you can feel the air resistance when the wind is strong.
Story
Four friends and I were stuck in traffic one time after running a half marathon. We were all very tired, but decided to make the most of the situation by rolling down the windows and singing for everyone else that were stuck in traffic.
Pros
The best asset of the Toyota Highlander is the space inside. It can seat up to seven people, even though the two in the far back would have to be younger children or smaller adults. If not used as seats, the trunk offers a lot of space for groceries, luggage, et cetera. Moreover, the Toyota Highlander has a very stable feel when being driven on the road. The Toyota Highlander also has racks on top of the car to mount large objects such as surfboards and flat-pack furniture. This car is built for the family and for friends. With its size and capacity, it is the perfect road trip car.
Cons
The V6 engine uses a lot of gas and can be quite expensive on long road trips. Steering can be quite difficult because it is a pretty large car.

2007 Toyota Highlander - Made me a fan of Toyotas

John
Franklin Farm, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I have a 2007 Toyota Highlander, and it has been a reliable vehicle with very few issues other than regular maintenance. There haven't been negative surprises like major problems. It is a comfortable car to drive in, and my older relatives have no issues getting in and out, even though it's an SUV. There's not a tremendous amount of leg room in the back, so if you will have multiple passengers who need extra room, you might want to consider something else. It is a smooth, quiet ride. We didn't get the third row, and I'm glad because the third row in the 2007 Highlander seemed like it was only appropriate for people who were about 4' tall. The second row is ok for three kids or two adults. Other than that, it starts to get a little cramped. I have about 140,000 miles on it, and I antic... (more)
Story
I've taken the Highlander on multiple road trips. It's been a wonderful road trip vehicle. Room for a cooler and stuff in the way back, and it has a sunroof. It's a great vehicle for hitting the road!
Pros
I felt that I could always count on this car. It's very reliable. I've not put much money into it at all -- just the regular maintenance at the dealership. It's very comfortable. It's a pleasant ride. Best of all, I've had it for ten years, and it still rides just as well as when I got it.
Cons
The major negative thing about this vehicle was a choice I made. I got a light tan cloth interior. Several months after purchasing the vehicle, I read something that essentially said "Never buy a car with a light tan interior" -- too late! The cloth is completely trashed. Even small spills are difficult to get off. Even water spills leave a mark. Let me sum it up this way - unless you are one of the world's top ten neatest people, you will regret this interior. A second, more minor thing is that there are no air vents in the second row. The flow of air to the second row seems paltry, so wh... (more)

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