Toyota hopes to piggyback on the success of the Lexus RX 300, a car-based sport utility vehicle, by offering its own version that is larger but less expensive. The RX 300 is the best-selling model at Lexus, Toyotas luxury division.With the addition of both the Highlander, which goes on sal... Read Full Report
Toyota, in press material that presents the latest member of its sport utility menagerie, paraphrases an old candy-bar ad: "Sometimes you feel like a truck, sometimes you don't." True enough. Which is why the Toyota Highlander presents itself as a combination SUV, minivan and passenger car. A crossover SUV based on the Camry automobile platform, Highlander manages to blend the att... Read full review for the 2001 Toyota Highlander
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I have been the owner of 4 Toyotas, 3 Hondas, 1 Volkswagon, and by some strange coincidence, I sold all the Toyotas running solid and in fact, my 1992 Toyota Camry I sold(Almost 200k miles at time of ... Read Full Review
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