Introduced early in 2001, the car-based Highlander is the newest of Toyotas sport utility vehicles. Its the fifth member of Toyotas SUV lineup. Though structurally related to the Lexus RX 300, the Highlander is a little larger and has a different squared-off appearance. Fender ... Read Full Report
A few years ago, when Toyota announced that by 2001 the company would have no fewer than seven sport utility vehicles - including two sold by its upscale division, Lexus - many of us figured that would be about three too many.We were wrong. While sales of the aging Toyota 4Runner have sagged slightly as the model awaits an update, the rest of the Toyota/Lexus SUV lineup is robust. There'... Read full review for the 2002 Toyota Highlander
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Just recently purchased... this vehicle should last me a few years even though it's 10 years old, it had one owner, with 47,000 miles clocked. It has the Base Trim with an "Option Package B"... instal... Read Full Review
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