2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Consumer ReviewsBase Sport Utility
2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Consumer Rating
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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
- Lots of Features
- Smooth Ride
- Poor Gas Mileage
Toyotas have always been a top safety pick and a very reliable car. Toyota's never fail to retain retail value even after years of being used on the road. The Highlander is a spacious sized SUV. For me the Toyota averages about 24 miles per gallon which is average compared to other SUV's in its class. The 2012 Highlander has a more attractive design versus its older model body shape. The seating and large interior make it adequate if you have children and tons of stuff to tote around. The hybrid version holds a 3.5 liter V-4 engine. Although this does not get you as much power as a V-6 a V-4 is necessary to help with the gas mileage. The Toyota Highlander comes with a variety of options. I like the voice activated touch screen navigation feature. This feature includes the option for XM radio. You can also hook up your cell phone via blue tooth which when using a cell phone while driving is an added safety feature. Another great thing I love about the Highlander is the lift gate features. The back of the SUV is power operated. It has jam protection which means that while the door is shutting if it senses something blocking the door it will stop shutting and open back up. This is so that no one gets their fingers or other body parts jammed while shutting the back door. The ride in the Highlander is very smooth. It may not feel as high up as a truck or some of the larger SUV's but the ride has a nice platform to it.