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2009 Toyota Highlander Sport
89,927 Miles | Placentia, CA
$15,199
est. $273/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Sport
104,447 Miles | Wesley Chapel, FL
$13,950
est. $251/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Base
164,000 Miles | Yorktown, IN
$10,995
est. $198/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Base
211,960 Miles | Mt Vernon, OH
$7,425
est. $134/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Base
156,857 Miles | Rapid City, SD
$9,990
est. $180/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Limited
159,431 Miles | Waukesha, WI
$14,259
est. $256/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Sport
239,389 Miles | Fairfield, OH
$6,999
est. $126/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Limited
161,753 Miles | Fort Madison, IA
$13,349
est. $240/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Base
112,133 Miles | Medway, MA
$12,988
est. $234/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Sport
177,967 Miles | Forest Lake, MN
$9,995
est. $180/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Sport
95,823 Miles | Burnsville, MN
$16,428
est. $295/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Limited
93,448 Miles | Massillon, OH
$14,788
est. $266/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Sport
172,382 Miles | Fergus Falls, MN
$10,999
est. $198/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Limited
198,017 Miles | Loganville, GA
$9,995
est. $180/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Limited
160,588 Miles | Austin, TX
$11,982
est. $215/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Base
228,319 Miles | Columbus, OH
$6,530
est. $117/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Base
179,615 Miles | Bridgeport, PA
$10,400
est. $187/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Base
188,100 Miles | Lawndale, CA
$8,930
est. $161/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Base
228,625 Miles | Cincinnati, OH
$9,375
est. $169/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Sport
86,711 Miles | Covington, WA
$18,983
est. $341/mo

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2009 Toyota Highlander Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2009 Toyota Highlander - Reliable, fuel efficient, and easy to handle.

Highlander Owner
Simi Valley, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
Overall, the 2009 Toyota Highlander is a great car. It did not come with all the extra features such as a sunroof or fog lights, but it was well worth the price. The Highlander is very flexible in what it can be used for. It is a great family car because it has lots of seating. The seats can fold down to allow for a large amount of storage space or to accommodate pets. It is also a good car for your daily commute. The Highlander is large enough that other drivers and especially big trucks do not try to bully you on the road, yet it is small enough that it can travel down narrow streets without much issue. Depending on the exact model that is purchased, it also has enough power to pull trailers and such given a tow kit. The Highlander is also versatile in who is able to comfortably oper... (more)
Story
I once took my friends out to a lake in the Highlander and my friend's car. We stayed there past dark and when we were on our way out of the lake area, we had some fun in a dirt parking lot. I veered off the main road into the dirt lot and started drifting and doing donuts in the car, and my friend's car followed. We drifted around for a couple of minutes and then returned to the road with no ... (more)
Pros
The top positive things about the Toyota Highlander are definitely its reliability, ease of use, versatility, power. I owned the Toyota Highlander for a full decade and in all of that time, it only broke down once (didn’t turn on). I have run over numerous potholes, hit many large bumps in the road pretty hard without any consequences. Its handling is exceptional. The power steering was implemented very well, the suspension is very good and the transmission makes for an extremely smooth ride. This allows for both new drivers and the elderly to drive the Highlander without much, if any, dif... (more)
Cons
The top negative things about the 2009 Toyota Highlander are the stock radio system, the bulkiness of the vehicle, and the vehicle’s poor handling in bad weather conditions. The sound system in the Toyota Highlander is okay, but the radio system is very finicky. When trying to adjust the volume setting with the knob, the volume tends to jump up and down almost at random. Sometimes twisting the knob does nothing for a few moments and then the sound is way too high. When turning the volume knob up, sometimes the actual sound volume goes down. This is very distracting while driving. The car i... (more)

2009 Toyota Highlander - A dream compared to our last few vehicles

Brian
New Albany, Indiana
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
My Highlander is a green color, although most often mistaken for gray. It has a nice body to it. Sleek sides, a slightly boxier front. It has three rows, which is a must for a family our size. I can fit all of my children and their car seats comfortably with room for one (very slim) other person to ride in the second row in the middle. It could use more trunk space, but even with four children, we make grocery pickups and any type of major shopping work by sometimes taking something out to put something new in. I love that the third and second row can be folded down in the event that we need to pick up a bigger purchase like a bed or table. It is convenient for sure. We purchased this car at already over 100,000 miles but you would never know it. The engine does not give away its age b... (more)
Story
One day I was rushing. My children were in the car with me and I was trying to get my oldest to school on time. Our street was under construction so I decided to use the alley in the back of my house and found myself needing to make a U-turn; this is nearly impossible in such a narrow alley but I attempted it anyway. I wind up scratching the back right side of my car along a very sturdy and st... (more)
Pros
It has three rows of seating. The second and third row fold down easily. There is control for air and heating that reaches all the way to the rear. It quickly warms/cools. Attractive design and exterior. And it rides smoothly.
Cons
The trunk space is limited. There is a driver side window recall.