50 Best 2012 Toyota Highlander for Sale, Savings from $2,779

2012 Toyota Highlander
103,964 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$16,998
est. $245/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
112,695 Miles | Oak Lawn, IL
$17,998
est. $259/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
101,201 Miles | Marysville, WA
$16,999
est. $245/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
87,547 Miles | Gainesville, FL
$14,991
est. $216/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
173,295 Miles | Sarasota, FL
$12,997
est. $187/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
124,553 Miles | Saint Joseph, MO
$15,921
est. $229/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
79,070 Miles | Hanover, MA
$17,929
est. $258/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
96,314 Miles | Chantilly, VA
$14,500
est. $209/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
137,776 Miles | Carson City, NV
$14,992
est. $216/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
113,043 Miles | Webster, TX
$14,249
est. $205/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
182,531 Miles | Sacramento, CA
$11,988
est. $173/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
91,374 Miles | Tinley Park, IL
$15,998
est. $231/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
101,195 Miles | Bellevue, WA
$16,995
est. $245/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
155,205 Miles | Thorndale, PA
$12,966
est. $187/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
34,584 Miles | Evanston, IL
$17,995
est. $259/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
107,987 Miles | Kissimmee, FL
$14,000
est. $202/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
158,878 Miles | Austin, TX
$14,488
est. $209/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
77,139 Miles | Bronx, NY
$16,190
est. $233/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
108,542 Miles | San Marcos, TX
$13,935
est. $201/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander
115,248 Miles | El Paso, IL
$12,962
est. $187/mo

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2012 Toyota Highlander Buyer's Guide

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

2012 Toyota Highlander Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2012 Toyota Highlander - Great family car

William
Phoenix, Arizona
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
Overall, the Highlander has been a great vehicle for my family to grow into. I was able to have three car seats in the middle row, leaving the back down for storage or additional seating if needed. We have taken family road trips much more often since having the Highlander. Everything works great on the car and have not had any mechanical issues. I bought the base model so it is very generic, but I have been able to count on this car to take us around the country. For an SUV, the gas mileage and car insurance are affordable.
Story
I took the family on a trip to San Diego, California, for their first time. We drove six hours and stopped along the way to stretch. The kids were able to have enough space for toys and movies in the car. I took the kids to the beach for their first time, and we were able to carry extra clothes and food with us by using the back of the Highlander. We were able to bring a double stroller and ba... (more)
Pros
My favorite features on the Highlander would include the storage space as well as the third-row seat. I am able to lay down and use different seats based on my needs. The vehicle has all power windows and locks with child safety features, which is important for my family. I love that it is an SUV but still manageable to drive and park without being too big to maneuver. The sounds system for the base model of the Highlander is very impressive because it is loud and has enough bass that you do not need to add anything to it to make it better.
Cons
The engine size because it does not have any speed when trying to get around another car or if you need to speed up quickly. I would have preferred a model that has a sunroof as well as built-in TV monitors for the children in the back seat. The middle console for the middle seat is detachable, but it is also very hard to attach so I have not been able to use it at all. When I purchased the car, they only provided one key and a key fob that stopped working. I never replaced it due to the cost of the key fob.

2012 Toyota Highlander - Great investment and an excellent ride

Irene
Hillandale, Maryland
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
My silver Toyota Highlander is one of the best cars I've ever owned. Not only is the seat elevated, giving me a great view of the traffic ahead, as well as a comfortable perspective of all the cars around me, it also features convenient features intended to maximize safety, including a rearview mirror, beeping sounds when a seatbelt isn't fastened, and more. My Highlander has traversed different terrains, yet it continues to hold up well. The best part is that the seats can be pushed into the back when need be to free up space -- in this way, I have carried musical instruments, sports gear, luggage, groceries, and other heavy or wide-reaching items. In terms of fuel usage, the car does need a significant amount of gas, but it runs for a long time after it is full. The gas and brakes wo... (more)
Story
I used this car to pick up and drop off my boyfriend, who lives in a different city, every day last summer. We had fantastic chats on our commutes in and out of the city, shared music, and learned about each other throughout these rides.
Pros
My favorite thing about this vehicle is its convenient backing mirror, which allows me to parallel park with ease and gauge oncoming traffic. The fact that the car can also easily be adjusted to fit more or less people is a huge boon to me, as I want a car that can fit my needs. The radio in the car is also detailed and allows for a wide selection of tastes. It conveniently allows me to save my different radio station so that I can pull them up instantly when I am driving.
Cons
Some things can be irritating about the car, including the incessant beeping sound when someone does not fasten his or her seatbelt. The fact that the car also requires so much gas - at least $30 to charge per tank - can be challenging. Furthermore, the car makes occasional squeals that worry me and make me wonder whether the engine is operating well.

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