Customer Review Summary for 2008 Toyota Highlander
very satisfied customer
2008 Toyota Highlanderbrent - kingsport, TN01/02/2010
bought my highlander with 285 miles on it and it now has over 15000 miles on it. went through about 6 inches of snow no problem in 4 wheel love the limited slip controls has great pulling power for the motor and wonderful pickup. heard some bad reviews about the tires but haven't had a problem out of them yet. i definitly would recomend to a friend but shop at different dealer some try to rob you because it is such a great car.
Great car - very well thought out and comfortable
2008 Toyota HighlanderJay McDonald - Tucson, AZ05/13/2016
Very comfortable and flexible
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.
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