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2013 Toyota Highlander SE

$20,998* 62K Miles

CarMax Potomac Mills Free shipping • VA to VA

Key Features
Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Leather Seats, Satellite Radio Ready, Rear View Camera, 3rd Rear Seat, Fold-Away Third Row
Location: CarMax Potomac Mills in Woodbridge, Virginia 22192
Description: Used 2013 Toyota Highlander SE for sale - $20,998, 61,370 miles with Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Leather Seats, Satellite Radio Ready, Rear View Camera, 3rd Rear Seat, Fold-Away Third Row
Transmission: Automatic Color:Red Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.649 reviews) 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.
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2017 Toyota Highlander SE

$28,998* 49K Miles

CarMax Virginia Beach $99 Shipping • VA to VA

Key Features
Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Auto Cruise Control, 4WD/AWD, Leather Seats, Satellite Radio Ready, Rear View Camera
Location: CarMax Virginia Beach in Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
Description: Used 2017 Toyota Highlander SE for sale - $28,998, 48,260 miles with Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Auto Cruise Control, 4WD/AWD, Leather Seats, Satellite Radio Ready, Rear View Camera
Transmission: Automatic Color:Red Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews) This car has so many nice features. They far outweigh the things I don't like about the car. It rides really nice, seats 6 adults comfortably, has a nice amount of storage space, and has great upgrades. The purchase price was a little higher than I would have liked, but is still within a manageable range. My parents are still driving their 2003 Highlander, so I'm hopeful this one will have an equally as long lifetime.
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About the Toyota Highlander SE

Vehicle Summary

For a great midsize crossover SUV that has a lot of finer features as well as great traction in tough weather and rough roads, the Toyota Highlander SE is a wonderful option for singles, couples and business owners who need a vehicle with more capability or families of all sizes who need a vehicle that delivers more performance than a minivan. The SE features leather-trimmed first- and second-row captain's chairs, plenty of power for hauling loads, an available rear-seat entertainment system to keep everyone happy and plenty of power ports to keep you connected.

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Q: How many people can the Toyota Highlander SE seat?

A: Though the Toyota Highlander SE has included third-row seats for a number of years, the number of people that row will seat depends on the generation. This allows the SE to seat either seven people for 2013 and earlier or eight people for 2014 and later, with leather-trimmed front- and second-row seats, multi-stage heated front seats with eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat with lumbar support, a 40/20/40 split sliding reclining fold-flat second-row seat featuring the Center Stow seat and console.

Q: Does the Toyota Highlander SE get good fuel economy?

A: Though the Toyota Highlander SE gets about average fuel economy for a midsize SUV, it has been improving over the model years. Changes in the number of gears in the transmission and the switch from a four-wheel drive to an all-wheel drive drivetrain have helped to improve these numbers, with the 2013 two-wheel drive version having an EPA estimate of 18 mpg city, 24 mpg highway and 20 mpg combined, and the four-wheel drive version from the same model year having an EPA estimate of 17 mpg city, 22 mpg highway and 19 mpg combined.1 The 2019 two-wheel drive model has an EPA estimate of 21 mpg city, 27 mpg highway and 23 mpg combined and the all-wheel drive version has an EPA estimate of 19 mpg city, 26 mpg highway and 22 mpg combined.1

Q: How much can the Toyota Highlander SE haul?

A: With a powerful 3.5L V6 engine, the Toyota Highlander SE is capable of towing loads up to 5,000 pounds, when properly equipped.2 It also features a good amount of cargo capacity, with the 2019 model year having 83.7 cubic feet with both seats folded, 42.3 cubic feet with the third-row seat folded and 13.8 cubic feet of cargo space behind the seats.

Q: What's changed in the Toyota Highlander SE?

A: Since the end of the second generation with the 2013 model year, the Toyota Highlander SE has added a wide range of popular features that make your drive more enjoyable. These include standard and available features such as adding jam protection to the power moonroof, three-zone air conditioning with second-row controls, rear-seat Blu-ray Disc entertainment system, second-row captain's chairs with side tables and Sof-Tex®-trimmed 60/40 split fold-flat third-row seat with recline feature.

Q: Is the Toyota Highlander SE a good family vehicle?

A: Yes. With an available rear-seat entertainment system, a total of eight available power points throughout the vehicle, plenty of room with adjustable storage seating for trips, the 2019 Toyota Highlander SE provides a very comfortable ride for small, medium and large families. It also has a wide range of driver-assist features, anti-jamming technology on windows and moonroof glass, shift-linked automatic lock and unlock, three-zone climate control with second-row controls and second- and third-row vents, driver voice amplification and many other features.

1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA 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

2Various factors may impact towing capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.

Toyota Highlander SE Popular Features

The Toyota Highlander SE, as a high-mid trim level, has a wide range of standard features including SiriusXM® satellite radio, a power slide/tilt moonroof with sunshade, HomeLink® universal transceiver, auto-dimming rearview mirror, anti-theft system with alarm and engine immobilizer, Bluetooth® connectivity and an auto-dimming rearview mirror.3 Available features include remote start, a rear-seat Blu-ray Disc entertainment system, downhill assist control and voice command controls.4

3Activation with subscription required.

4Remote start functionality may require the purchase of a subscription plan and/or a compatible device like a smart phone. See the owner’s manual or manufacturer website for more information.

Reviews for Toyota Highlander

Overall Rating

4.7 out of 5(384 reviews)

2008 Highlander Limited

I bought the 2008 Highlander Limited, 4WD, no Nav, in December 2008. I've been driving a Lexus RX since 1999 (3 of them) and decided it was time to scale back a bit. Knowing the quality of the Lexus's that I have been driving, I chose the new Highlander. This vehicle doesn't have quite the luxury in the leather trim that my RXs had, but this vehicle is every bit the same quality. Fit and Finish are excellent. The ride is very smooth and quiet. Real tight! No wind noise or aero issues with the new Highlander either. Gas mileage on the V6 3.5L is about 20MPG combined. My Rxs had same engine but got 23MPG. probably because the new Highlander is larger and heavier than the RX. There are a couple of areas Toyota could make improvements. The tailgate leaks water on you when you open it after a rain. Water comes from under the liftgate latch area. That's a bit annoying. The 3rd row seat should be a split seat for a combination of extra people and cargo. Toyota really needs to offer the programmable driver seat/side mirrors for multiple drivers on the Limited model. Lastly, the Highlander is not an overly large vehicle, so if you need cavernous space for kids and cargo, this vehicle may be a little small. But most likely, you move into large V8 vehicle, which I didn't want. This is a great vehicle and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a sport utility that has 7 pass seating and decent cargo space. Reliablity is unmatched in a Toyota product too.

- Deke, 2009 Toyota Highlander

It's a great car for a good price

I've already used it on a long trip, it was wonderful, really smooth ride, plenty of leg room, AC working perfect while driving on the dessert with 100+ temperature. It's fantastic to have this car!

- Richard Macias, 2013 Toyota Highlander

Great vehicle - really enjoying it.

- Joseph B, 2016 Toyota Highlander

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