2010 Toyota Highlander
86,518 Miles
$13,998

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2017 Toyota Highlander
41,354 Miles
$26,000

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2015 Toyota Highlander
55,652 Miles
$25,490

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2015 Toyota Highlander
83,845 Miles
$22,790

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2015 Toyota Highlander
32,886 Miles
$30,995

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2015 Toyota Highlander
30,972 Miles
$27,990

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2015 Toyota Highlander
33,212 Miles
$29,790

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2018 Toyota Highlander
20,016 Miles
$31,591

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2018 Toyota Highlander
18,207 Miles
$31,591

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2016 Toyota Highlander
50,353 Miles
$31,990

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2013 Toyota Highlander
66,852 Miles
$19,998

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2009 Toyota Highlander
110,208 Miles
$13,998

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2004 Toyota Highlander
115,300 Miles
$6,500

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2002 Toyota Highlander
137,700 Miles
$7,500

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2008 Toyota Highlander
130,514 Miles
$9,691

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2006 Toyota Highlander
164,041 Miles
$5,940

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2004 Toyota Highlander
109,831 Miles
$6,600

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2009 Toyota Highlander
172,432 Miles
$7,995

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2008 Toyota Highlander
165,798 Miles
$12,000

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2004 Toyota Highlander
266,441 Miles
$7,995

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San Jose, 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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2006 Toyota Highlander - Best All Around Vehicle

James
Oak Park, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
When I bought the Highlander it was to replace a Ford Explorer. The Toyota Highlander had better fuel mileage, nicer interior, and more trunk space for surf boards, luggage, and my families traveling needs. The best part about the Highlander was that the gas mileage was much better than the V8 engine in my Ford Explorer. Even though it saved on gas I did wish that the engine had a little more power.
Story
Taking my kids to the beach means we can fit all the bags, towels, food, body boards, wetsuits and other items in the trunk. Everyone can have a fun trip and aways have enough space.
Pros
The interior is much easier to clean and the seating is comfortable. The trunk can fit up to 6 adult suitcases. With a built in booster seat in the second row you will be able to get rid of the car seat once your child is at the booster seat age. The lift and clearance of the vehicle also makes it easy to use in an offload capability should the need arise. The tires, rim, and suspension are high quality and have yet to fail me even in the most dire of circumstances.
Cons
The only negatives about the Highlander would be that the engine is not as powerful as I would like. For a V6, the power of the 3.3 Liter Engine makes it strain to go up hills and sometime to increase speed in a hurry. The factory brakes have to be replaced with Toyota pads otherwise the brakes will squeak.

2012 Toyota Highlander - Built Toyota tough

CC
Aliso Viejo, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I have owned two Toyota Highlanders. As a busy mom, reliability and dependability are two important aspects of a commuter car. The Highlander has both plus more. For a base model medium SUV, it is quiet, great on gas and extremely smooth. I put 200K miles on my 2004 model prior to buying the 2012 model. Only paid for basic maintenance throughout the ownership. The Highlander will not let you down.
Story
Both Highlanders were 2nd homes for my Labrador. She just loved jumping into the car because it meant we're going to Grandma's house or the dog park.
Pros
The trunk space is perfect for my grocery bags, stroller and outdoor toys. If we need too, the trunk space turns into 2 extra safe seats for additional passengers. The smooth ride lulls the toddler to sleep while driving through local stop and go traffic. Not typical for a larger, higher vehicle. There are also a lot of drink compartments which are a must when you carry water for two and coffee everywhere. Its rear seats are of average size to accommodate covers for large dogs who love car rides.
Cons
Because of its size and weight with 4 cylinder engine, it lacks in the "get up and go" department. You will not be winning any races in this SUV.

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2007 Toyota Tundra - Quality Nissan Temecula

JJ
Temecula, California
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
5.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
My husband and I saw a used Tundra advertised online at Quality Nissan. Upon arriving at the dealership, we were greeted by a friendly salesman who answered any questions we had and set up a test drive for us. The purchasing process went smoothly and as quickly as was possible. We were able to trade in our older vehicle to use as a down payment. The customer service was fantastic and the attention we were given was out of this world!

2007 Toyota Camry - Autonation Toyota Cerritos

Tony
Cerritos, California
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
4.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
The people were friendly and obviously knowledgeable. Aside from that, there were many chairs to sit on while we were waiting for our turn. The open space was also good because even though there were lots of people that day, it didn't feel crowded. Overall, it's a nice place to look for a car. As for prices, it varies. Some were expensive while others were pretty decent. Of course, the cheaper the better but they obviously need to make money as well so it's pretty understandable if I can't exactly get the price I want.