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Customer Review Summary for Toyota Highlander Hybrid
Love this SUV
2006 Toyota Highlander Hybridjustme - Turlock, CA09/14/2009
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.
Best Vehicle I've owned
2006 Toyota Highlander HybridRick - Littleton, CO09/08/2009
I bought this 2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid new and I have not one bad thing to say about it. I love the power, the towing rating of 3500 lbs, the performance, the acceleration, the reliability...I could go on. Best Vehicle I've owned so far.
2006 Toyota Highlander HybridRobert - Phoenix, AZ11/17/2008
No buyer's remorse on this purchase. I have been very impressed with the vehicle since I purchased. It has a very quite engine and plenty of power. Very nice looking vehicle from my perspective and was exactly what I was looking for since my last vehicle was a 4-Runner.
Even though gas prices are dropping I have been really impressed with the gas mileage for a vehicle of this size. I am averaging about 25 MPG to this point with pretty even mix of highway and non-highway.
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