Toyota Highlander Reviews

4.7 out of 5 (247 reviews)

Alright, could be better on gpm

It's a very solid car with a good retention of value.


  • Ride and Handling: It handles as expected of a Toyota
  • Interior Space: Spacious enough to accommodate the stated capacity
  • Safety: Has good visibility, breaking efficiency, and good handling stability even at high speed


  • Cabin Noise: A little noisier than tolerated given that it has bluetooth connection for hands free calls. It tends to drown out the calls with outside and road noises.
  • Fuel Economy: 17-19mpg is the best one can get. That's horrible for 2013 V6 model. Technology by then had advanced enough to improve fuel consumption
  • Technology and Entertainment: A bit outdated hardware, expensive to update maps; $169

Decent car, you get what you pay for.

I would recommend with some reservations. Understand, you get what you pay for. Examples, if the 3rd row seats are up there is absolutely no room for luggage. There is some road noise, not as quiet...

Decent car, interior quality not up to par

Good, practical vehicle for family use. Comfortable to drive, relatively economical.


  • Interior Space
  • Safety
  • Ride and Handling


  • Cabin Noise: Not the quietest on the highway, fair amount of wind noise
  • Reliability: Reliable mechanically, but developed several squeaks and rattles with under 25k miles that dealership is unable or unwilling to resolve

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