of the 2004 Toyota Highlander. Base trim shown.
From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team
- Easy to drive
- Ride comfort
- Resale value
- Lack of Low-range gearing
- Midrange acceleration
- Uninspired styling
- Car-based construction
- Four-cylinder or V-6
- Available permanent 4WD
- Distinctive control layout
- Five- or seven-passenger capacity
The Detroit News's view
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First Car I've Ever Owned
My Toyota Highlander is so roomy and comfortable, with leather interior and a sports rack on the top. The third row of seats folds down to have extra room for groceries or luggage. There is even a ... Read full review
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Bummed to see it go, but it was time. My whole family loved this car. If you are in the market for a used SUV and you can get one of the older body style Highlanders you will love it. Built on a car ... Read full review