Toyota Highlander

Midsize crossovers like the Toyota Highlander tend to play a thankless role in the life of today's modern family. That's really too bad. With the ability to hold several hyperactive kids and tons of cargo while keeping everyone safe and comfortable in all kinds of climate conditions day in and...

- Reviewed by Michael Zak


2015 Toyota Highlander
MSRP: $29,665 - $44,040
2014 Toyota Highlander
MSRP: $29,215 - $43,590
2013 Toyota Highlander
MSRP: $29,020 - $39,400
2012 Toyota Highlander
MSRP: $28,240 - $37,195
2011 Toyota Highlander
MSRP: $28,090 - $37,045
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Toyota recalling 20k 2014 and 2015 cars and CUVs with 3.5L engines

Toyota has announced a recall of roughly 20,000 vehicles covering the 2014 Avalon, Camry, Highlander (pictured) and Sienna, as well as the 2015 Lexus RX luxury crossover. The affected vehicles are all powered the 2GR-FE engine, which in layman's terms, is Toyota's well-regarded 3.5-liter V6.
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Toyota Highlander Hybrid Knocks Out Midsize SUV Competition

Consumer Reports takes its independent vehicle testing procedures seriously. In an era when we have to question the EPA's official ratings thanks to recent re-evaluations from Ford and Hyundai, an independent voice is important. So, when CR says something is the best, it's worth paying attention to.

For Sale

2010 Toyota Highlander
$24,999 / 66,509 miles / NJ
2012 Toyota Highlander
$26,991 / 35,658 miles / NJ
2012 Toyota Highlander
$25,799 / 54,845 miles / NJ