2009 Toyota Highlander
100,899 Miles
$13,998

Virginia Beach, VA
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2009 Toyota Highlander
95,748 Miles
$16,599

South Jordan, UT
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2009 Toyota Highlander
52,217 Miles
$17,599

Augusta, GA
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2009 Toyota Highlander
92,897 Miles
$16,998

Virginia Beach, VA
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2009 Toyota Highlander
103,715 Miles
$17,998

Sterling, VA
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2009 Toyota Highlander
99,566 Miles
$17,998

Henderson, NV
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2009 Toyota Highlander
96,350 Miles
$16,599

Madison, TN
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2009 Toyota Highlander
126,934 Miles
$13,998

Hickory, NC
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2009 Toyota Highlander
107,520 Miles
$17,599

Woodbridge, VA
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2009 Toyota Highlander
189,684 Miles
$10,995

Pahrump, NV
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2009 Toyota Highlander
119,852 Miles
$13,997

Spokane, WA
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2009 Toyota Highlander
148,595 Miles
$11,509

West Burlington, IA
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2009 Toyota Highlander
157,852 Miles
$9,800

Cedar Rapids, IA
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2009 Toyota Highlander
63,194 Miles
$17,875

Saint Louis Park, MN
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2009 Toyota Highlander
127,489 Miles
$12,750

Knoxville, TN
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2009 Toyota Highlander
112,510 Miles
$8,990

Doral, FL
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2009 Toyota Highlander
181,874 Miles
$13,895

Carson City, NV
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2009 Toyota Highlander
116,550 Miles
$14,900

Davenport, IA
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2009 Toyota Highlander
85,868 Miles
$13,488

Somerville, NJ
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2009 Toyota Highlander
89,805 Miles
$15,900

Hampton, VA
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2009 Toyota Highlander Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.5
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.5

2009 Toyota Highlander Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2009 Toyota Highlander - 2009 Highlander

Karen
Sugarcreek, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
The first thing that drew my attention to the car was the size and overall outward appearance of the vehicle. It is a mid-sized SUV and has the third-row seating. It is a good size for me (a mother of two young children) to drive through town and take on long road trips. There is plenty of room for everyone to have "their own space." The fuel mileage is average with other SUVs of its same size.
Story
Our first big trip (outside of our hometown) was down to a baseball game. We did not have any trouble driving it around the city and in traffic. We had to park in a parking garage, and they can have low ceilings and small spaces. There were no issues navigating through the parking garage.
Pros
My favorite part of the car is the overall outward appearance and design of the vehicle. I think the body style is very sharp and appealing. It is not too big for me to drive around town but allows for everyone inside to be comfortable including the third-row seating. My model has leather seats, and this is my first vehicle with leather interior, and it is perfect for two young children and a large dog. This model also have touchscreen audio and navigation system built in along with a back-up camera and screen. I enjoy the moon roof as well. The automatic rear door and handle unlock are ve... (more)
Cons
The biggest con, but it is not surprising, is the fuel mileage. It gets ok to good fuel mileage for the size of the vehicle. But it does have a large tank, so I can get away with filling up every week to week and a half. Also, I did not have winter tires on the vehicle last winter. It came with all-season tires. I absolutely hated them in the snow. Once I get snow tires on the vehicle, I think I will have little to no trouble driving in the snow this coming winter.

2009 Toyota Highlander - Great with some flaws

Bob
Landen, Ohio
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
My family and I wanted to upgrade to a SUV with third-row seating but didn't want to blow the budget completely. We fell in love with the Highlander Limited, and we were highly impressed with how it drove and rode. In order to get everything we wanted, we bought an older version, 2009 to be exact. Even with it being an older version, it still came fully loaded. Third-row seating, entertainment package, navigation, moon roof, rare climate control, and 4WD drive. Most importantly, it was big enough to pack up the car with all the baby equipment and hit the road.
Story
We brought home our second baby in this car and took our first vacation as a family of four in this car. We had it completely loaded down packed, but it all fit and that's all that matters.
Pros
We love the keyless entry, third-row seating, multiple cup holders, storage, tinted windows, day time running lights, and back-up camera.
Cons
The major let down is the amount of space not available once that third row is up. I can't even fit a stroller in the back with the third row up. It sort of defeats the purpose of having a SUV that has a third row. Fuel economy sucks unless you are sticking to straight highway driving.

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