By Matt Schmitz on January 1, 2014
After aiming low for a spell, Toyota has put the Highlander back on the high road with a crackerjack 2014 redesign. Gone is 2013's yawn-eliciting exterior style in favor of a bold, bulked-up appearance. Likewise, inside are classed-up materials and flourishes, a handy one-touch folding second row and a massive center storage bin. And while Easy Speak allows stereo-assisted admonishment of misbehaving kids, parents may want to consider whether the tykes are just annoyed at being roughed up by the "sporty" new ride. Read Cars.com reviewer Joe Bruzek's review below.
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