2015 Toyota Highlander
44,447 Miles
$30,588

San Francisco, CA
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2015 Toyota Highlander
36,708 Miles
$28,398

San Francisco, CA
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2015 Toyota Highlander
35,531 Miles
$33,588

San Francisco, CA
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2017 Toyota Highlander
28,067 Miles
$29,588

San Francisco, CA
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2015 Toyota Highlander
43,624 Miles
$29,498

San Francisco, CA
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2015 Toyota Highlander
21,129 Miles
$28,998

San Francisco, CA
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2016 Toyota Highlander
41,781 Miles
$33,888

San Francisco, CA
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2018 Toyota Highlander
2,256 Miles
$40,588

San Francisco, CA
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2015 Toyota Highlander
32,069 Miles
$31,988

San Francisco, CA
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2015 Toyota Highlander
36,227 Miles
$28,498

San Francisco, CA
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2015 Toyota Highlander
25,781 Miles
$31,298

San Francisco, CA
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2016 Toyota Highlander
31,801 Miles
$32,992

San Francisco, CA
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2015 Toyota Highlander
24,723 Miles
$29,992

San Francisco, CA
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2013 Toyota Highlander
48,500 Miles
$17,899

San Francisco, CA
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2008 Toyota Highlander
137,590 Miles
$10,995

Daly City, CA
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2006 Toyota Highlander
108,958 Miles
$10,981

Daly City, CA
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2016 Toyota Highlander
42,220 Miles
$29,988

Daly City, CA
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2015 Toyota Highlander
37,075 Miles
$29,988

Daly City, CA
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2016 Toyota Highlander
44,568 Miles
$30,988

Daly City, CA
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2013 Toyota Highlander
20,489 Miles
$23,998

Colma, CA
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San Francisco, CA Toyota Highlander Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.3
Performance
3.9
Style
4.1
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
4.3
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2009 Toyota Highlander - Rugged, good midsize SUV for the occasional road trip.

Sabrina
Union City, California
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
4.0
We got this SUV because we wanted a vehicle for the occasional off-roading trips that we planned on going. But instead, we used it more often as a transport for our stuff. The overall build quality is pretty good. It looks and feels solid. We have our fair share of the occasional bumps, but usually, it takes it better than the other vehicle. The engine is good, but after a few years, we were warned by Toyota's authorized dealer that there could be a potential leak in the gasket, and the repair could be costly. We're still driving it without fixing it. Through the years, there were a number of recalls to fix the brakes. Other than all these negatives, it's an OK SUV for the usual commute and the ability to move large items in its spacious back.
Story
We went for a road trip with friends, and there were around 7 of us squeezed into the vehicle. Despite the discomfort, it was a fun trip, and the SUV did its job without issues.
Pros
Spacious and can squeeze one more person at the back. It's largely free of defects. We haven't encountered any breakdowns. It's sturdy and robust. It's a V6 and has lots of power. It's small and still hauls everything I need it to haul.
Cons
Bad mileage and not as efficient as newer generation equivalent SUVs. Has got its fair share of recalls. There's a potential problem with a leaky gasket that affects this model.

2005 Toyota Highlander - Very reliable

RA
Rancho Cucamonga, California
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I loved the feel of the car. The car is really responsive and makes you feel in complete control. The car doesn't breakdown as much as most, especially if you maintain it properly. The large interior makes it very roomy and allows for it to be used as a small carrier of sorts. I use it for a lot of my grocery trips or if I have a lot of things to move from one place to another. It is a large vehicle but it feels like a mid-sized sedan. It doesn't feel like it is very heavy when you drive but you feel a lot more safe in it than if you were in a sedan.
Story
I used this car to road trip from California to Utah. It was an awesome drive.
Pros
The size of the vehicle is its biggest strength. It is a lot more versatile this way. The reliability of the car is a big strength too. It's lasted me ten years and still going strong.
Cons
It's not as maneuverable as other cars. It doesn't move as freely as other cars. A really sharp turn at high speeds would probably cause it to tip over or swerve a bit.

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2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid - Longo Toyota El Monte

Bryan
El Monte, California
Overall
4.0
Facility
4.0
Process
4.0
Quality
4.0
Service
5.0
I went to check this dealership out since my uncle recommended that I go. He has bought several cars from them. I would say the dealership is one of the biggest around the El Monte area. The environment is great. Everyone greets you nicely. I did end up buying a Toyota Camry for $18,000.

2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid - Long Beach Bmw Signal Hill

kd
Signal Hill, California
Overall
4.0
Facility
5.0
Process
5.0
Quality
5.0
Service
4.0
The salesman's manner was good. We wanted to use our credit union loan and they canceled the loan they offer and let us use our own. I know it's unusual and we really appreciated it. I thought they are upset about it. However, when we went back to do some repair they were still friendly and nice.