Used 2013 Toyota Highlander for Sale
2013 Toyota Highlander Limited
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About the 2013 Toyota Highlander
Is your growing family in the market for an SUV able to accommodate everybody and your gear for a full-sized weekend escape? The 2013 Toyota Highlander provides three rows of seating and the ability to fasten extra luggage to the top with available roof rails. Front-wheel drive and a standard 2.7L four-cylinder engine is prepared to handle all your daily errands or opt for full-time four-wheel drive powered by a 270-hp 3.5L V6 engine when you desire a more athletic leap off the line. A flip-up rear window on the liftgate helps you reach the top layer of cargo without opening the whole door and fighting an avalanche of backpacks. The CenterStow® second-row console improves versatility by folding flat into the floor so your teens can reach the third-row without sliding seats out of the way. Bluetooth® capability helps you stream audio while charging using the front-row USB port.
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Q: Does the 2013 Toyota Highlander have two or three-row seating?
A: You are able to fit the entire family of seven in three rows of seating. The center section of the second row can fold flat into the floor for easier access to the third row.
Q: Is there a Hybrid 2013 Toyota Highlander?
A: Yes, there are two trims available: The Hybrid and the Hybrid Limited. Its 3.5L V6 engine and electric motor combine to deliver 280 net hp and an EPA-estimated 28 mpg city.1
Q: Can the 2013 Toyota Highlander tow my camping trailer?
A: The gas version equipped with four-wheel drive and the 3.5L engine can tow up to 5,000 pounds when properly equipped.2 The front-wheel drive 2.7L gas engine and hybrids are able to haul up to 3,500 pounds when properly equipped.2
Q: Is there a four-wheel drive 2013 Toyota Highlander?
A: The standard Highlander comes with front-wheel drive. Its four-wheel drive versions step up the engine to the 3.5L V6 with 270 hp, a five-speed automatic transmission, and a backup camera.
1 Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov.
2 Various factors may impact towing capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.
The 2013 Toyota Highlander is the last year of the second generation of this model. The midsize SUV features seating for up to eight while maintaining space to stow the groceries behind the back row. The entry-level trim utilizes front-wheel drive and a four-cylinder 2.7L engine producing 187 hp. Once you fold flat the 50/50 split rear row, 42.3 cubic feet of functional cargo space opens up--enough for the bag of soccer balls, coolers, and your super-sized shopping spree. Bring home all the home improvement supplies with the second row stowed and take advantage of 94.1 cubic feet of space in the hybrid. Full-time four-wheel drive is available on all four gas trims, should you expect to take the crew off the beaten path during your next camping trip. The hybrid utilizes intelligent four-wheel drive, which constantly adjusts traction to all four corners for a more confident ride that also optimizes the power demand.
There are four trim levels found on the gas model and two for the hybrid. The Highlander includes manual seats, air conditioning, an AM/FM radio, cruise control, Bluetooth technology, and a remote key fob. Next in line comes the Plus which is highlighted by a power driver's seat, a backup camera, roof rails and a flip-up rear glass hatch. Alloy 17-inch wheels, chrome exterior trim, a power moonroof and liftgate, and heated leather-trimmed front seats deliver on the luxury amenities in the SE. The Limited features heated power-folding side mirrors with puddle lights, tri-zone automatic climate control, a wood and leather interior, and smart key system with touch-unlock. If you are checking out the Hybrid, the standard trim enjoys premium cloth seats, power heated side mirrors, and manual climate controls. The Hybrid Limited is ready to steer you back to town using the smart key system, 19-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels, iPod® connections, and the wood and leather accents included on the gas version.
There are other available packages such as an all-weather package that adds a deicer to the windshield wipers and heated side mirrors. The rear entertainment package available on the Limited includes a nine-inch color monitor with RCA® jacks and the ability to connect to wireless headphones.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration's independent crash tests help you make informed decisions about vehicle safety. NHTSA's 5-Star Safety Ratings give consumers insights into how vehicles perform in crash tests, with more stars equaling higher safety ratings. Here are the ratings for the 2013 Toyota Highlander. Certain vehicles may have unrepaired safety recalls. Visit nhtsa.gov/recalls to look up a specific vehicle.
Reviews for 2013 Toyota Highlander
awesome price and value for my vehicle
I was treated with kindness and respect while shopping at Car Maxx. And I feel like I got an awesome value for my car!
- Reliability: Toyota makes a fantastic product. Very little maintenance and the needs of service to my vehicle is few and far between.
- Value: Same as above, small amount of service needed and good gas mileage too
- Ride and Handling: I can barely feel it when I am on the highway or paved road.
- Weather Versatility: Sometimes I have trouble adjusting the defrost to compensate for the weather
Decent car, you get what you pay for.
I would recommend with some reservations. Understand, you get what you pay for. Examples, if the 3rd row seats are up there is absolutely no room for luggage. There is some road noise, not as quiet of a ride as I hoped for.
- Value: I feel we got what we paid for.
- Interior Space: We are a tall family, so the front and middle rows are comfortable.
- Cabin Noise: More road noise than I expected.
- Cargo Space: If more than 4 people go on an overnight trip, there is no room for luggage with the 3rd row seats up. You are limited to 4 people on a road trip. You get what you pay for, it is not a Suburban.
great Around Town Car good gas mileage
if you keep them maintained they run forever
- Fuel Economy: gets me where I need to go.
- Reliability: enough cargo space to haul what I want
- Cargo Space:
- Ride and Handling: they put the cheapest tires possible on the vehicle had have struts place cuz they were the originals had to threaten the dealership that was going to turn it in in order to get the stuff replaced that needed to be. very low standards
- Braking: brakes grab coming to a stop
- Cabin Noise:
This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.