2011 Toyota Highlander User Reviews
Base 4X2 I4 shown
- $21,822 - $30,727
- No trim specified for this review
- Roomy, comfortable, many modern features
- storage space in back is relatively small
Purchased As New
Has got a lot of great standard features for not being the top model...leather seats, back-up camera, sound system has all usual am/fm/cd/xm plus port for external device (mp3) and bluetooth, power liftgate, sunroof...to name a few. Has a smooth ride with plenty of power. Good, high visibility. I'm very happy so far. The Chevy Traverse seems to have a lot more storage room in the back but it rides like a truck and seems more spartan inside. Just my feeling. Anyone who complains about the gas mileage shouldn't be allowed to make major buying decisions in his or her family. IT'S A BIG SUV. GETS LOW MILEAGE. SEE? What a shocker. Buy a Honda Civic Hybrid next time, dummies. All the SUVS in this class give the same mileage estimates. Comfort is 4 stars because I'm tall and hard to please.
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