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Used Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited Platinum in Los Angeles, CA for Sale

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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

Love this SUV

Great car/SUV, handles well, excellent acceleration on freeway, mountain passes, quiet, comfortable. Expected better gas mileage with the hybrid, but not bad. It's causing me to drive more conservatively as I watch how it's being powered. Would buy again.

- justme, 2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

Excellent Hybrid

I purchased a 2008 Toyota Highlander Limited Hybrid in March of 2011 after a great deal of research and analysis. The vehicle had 95% of what I was looking for. Three options not on the vehicle were roof rack, sun roof, and navigation system. These turned out to be items I do not miss. Exterior is a pearl white with nice lines. Interior is grey. Lots of interior room. Separate AC control for back seat. There is 3rd row seating which should be used for those under 5'2", and only when necessary. The front seating is spacious and very adjustable. If this is your first hybrid, then you will need to sit in the vehicle and review the operator�s manual. A lot of information to intake, and data in the screen and on the dash. Most of the controls are intuitive. Some are not. For instance, on the shift lever between the seats are the normal letters: P, R, N, D. Then there is B. B is for breaking which drives energy to the battery. If you don't have the navigation system, you will have a screen in the top center of the dash which has a lot of data, and ties to the camera in the rear of the car. It is activated when the car is in reverse. So, review the manual. The engine is very interesting. Very quiet when on battery. You can walk away from the vehicle and not know you left it running. The mileage is listed as 29 city and 25 highway. Yes, that is correct. City mileage will depend highly upon your driving habits. Rabbiting and sudden stops will dramatically reduce your mileage as the battery will have little chance to employ. I drove the vehicle on one tank of gas for 70 miles interstate, 70 miles state highway, and 180 miles state roads on one tank of gas averaging 29.4 miles a gallon driving to pick a son up from college and bring him and his belongings home, impressive. In the town I live, I average more in the area of 22 - 24 miles a gallon. Acceleration is good and will get you up and on the Interstate from an on ramp. Breaking is good and will provide stopping in a panic stop. This vehicle is an energy efficient SUV with great fuel mileage for such a large SUV. Nice inside and spacious. Very well laid out. Excellent upscale family vehicle.

- FXGB, 2008 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

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