2009 Toyota HighlanderScott Turner - San Marcos, TX05/28/2015
The Bluetooth phone connectivity is *only* for the phone, not for music, which is ridiculous. Also, the Navigation system does not keep the perspective as the front of the car, meaning that the map doesn't rotate as you turn, the pointer that represents your car turns, and the top of the screen is always north (eve if you are traveling south).
2013 Toyota HighlanderRobert Brown - Jacksonville, FL01/23/2017
I just like the Toyota product, and my 2003 Highlander after 14 years of loyal service, has now exceeded 160,000. miles, and still runs like a "Swiss Watch". And after all these years I still love to drive it.
The new Highlander is so much more sophisticated, many more "Gizmo's", that's why my wife drives the car most of the time.
Very happy with this hybrid SUV
2007 Toyota HighlanderThomas Brennan - Whittier, CA08/27/2016
The Highlander is very roomy inside, saves on gas/$$, and is more environmentally friendly than straight gas engines. The interior is comfortable and practical at the same time -- lots of compartments, multiple 12v outlets, intuitive dash. Quiet ride. To me it seems like a luxury car without the price tag.
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