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2019 Toyota
Highlander Hybrid

MSRP $48,092* New
CarMax Laurel Toyota
Available in Laurel, MD
Available in Laurel, MD
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Location: CarMax Laurel Toyota in Laurel, Maryland 20723
Description: New 2019 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited for sale - $48,092, 244 miles with Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Auto Cruise Control, 4WD/AWD, Leather Seats, JBL Sound System, Satellite Radio Ready
Transmission: Automatic Color:White Interior Color: Tan Average Vehicle Review: (0 reviews) Older hybrid doesn't get the mileage newer ones do.

Reviews for Toyota Highlander Hybrid

Overall Rating

4.5 out of 5(49 reviews)

Toyota Highlander Hybrid

I traded in a 2007 Ford Expedition for the Highlander Hybrid. I went from getting 14mpg in the city to 34mpg. With gas prices going higher the mileage difference saves me approx $120 per month in gas. The vehicle has much more giddy-up than my Ford did. The digital display for the GPS and all features of the vehicle is difficult naviagate at times, but probably because I don't play with it enough. I researched the 2006 model and noticed there was an important recall for that model year. Prior to purchasing the vehicle I checked with dealer to see if the car had been serviced for the recall part (a $1,900 part) and it had not. Within 3 days of purchasing vehicle I had it at Toyota dealer and they sevrice the recall and the vehicle drives even better afterwards. Germans and Japanese make the best quality cars. Stay away from American made cars as the quality is not very good.

- Ironman, 2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

Ok car

Older hybrid doesn't get the mileage newer ones do.

- cory casper, 2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

2007 Highlander Hybrid Limited AWD

We�ve driven this mid-size SUV for about 6 weeks on both long trips and around town. It is very quiet, gets pretty good gas mileage, and accelerates quickly and smoothly. It handled pulling a light duty trailer with no effort; the rear wheel electric motor really helps with this. It also handled very well on winding mountain roads in heavy rain. The EPA estimate for this 2007 model revised to the new standards is 27 City/25 Highway (originally 31/27), which is about right. Using the A/C causes a 2 to 3 MPG decrease as does driving in excess of 70 mph. Short, less than 5 minute trips also reduced the mpg we experienced. The only real negatives are the Navigation System and the limited number & size of storage bins. Apparently all newer Toyota Navigation Systems can only be changed when you are stopped; this makes using it on the Interstate frustrating and essentially useless. We have a Garmin Nuvi Navigation system in our other vehicle and it is much more intuitive to use. As for the other very minor negative, the Hybrid Batteries and the 3rd row seats take up the space that could be used for storage, making it a challenge to hide tools, umbrellas etc. All-in-all, though, it seems like a very comfortable, practical and safe vehicle.

- Dr Consumer, 2007 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.