Customer Review Summary for 2008 Toyota Highlander
2008 Highlander Sport
2008 Toyota HighlanderCricket - Cincinnati, OH01/09/2012
This is our first Toyota, and I am glad we purchased it! We were torn between the Highlander and a 2010 Honda Pilot (my wife and I are diehard Honda owners). After test driving both several times, we found the steering to be tighter , front seating comfort to be better, better acceleration, MUCH better center console/dash design, and road noise to be far less pronounced in the Toyota versus the Honda. The second row seating also seemed better in comfort and "knee room" to be lengthier in the Toyota. The change out section for the 2nd row seating is a nice little feature as well to turn the seats into two buckets or a full bench. The only downfall really was the 3rd row seating space which is cramped for adults in the Toyota. This is where the Honda was better, as the 3rd row seats were easier to enter/exit, and the leg room was sufficient for adults. Regardless of that, the other features were far more refined in the Toyota so we went with it, never to look back. Gas mileage is decent on the 2wd model for a larger suv/xover, we are averaging 22 mpg in the daily grind. The Toyota is a bit pricier in comparison, but well worth it and I highly recommend considering one if you are in the market for a cross-over or SUV.
2008 Toyota HighlanderKim Reisner - Cheyenne, WY09/08/2017
This car is large enough to haul my painting supplies, including ladders & scaffolding, yet comfortable enough for long road trips. The third row seat, though seldom used, is a bonus. The heated front leather seats were a must for the metal in my body during cold winter weather. The height of the car is perfect for ease of entry & exit. The super low miles means this car drives like new. Everything works great! All my needs plus my desires came together perfectly in this vehicle.
2008 Toyota HighlanderNot Comfortable - Laurel, MD06/22/2015
The drivers seat, despite multiple ways to adjust it, is very uncomfortable. I'm a physical therapist so I don't think it's user error in figuring out how to set it up. Being uncomfortable while driving ruins the experience entirely.
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