of the 2005 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
Four-cylinder or V-6
Five- or seven-passenger capacity
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Mother Proof's view
It's not obvious to me in the beginning, but after a week of driving the Highlander, it's becoming a regular member of the family. At first sight I think, "eh, just ... Read more
Comfortable and smooth ride.
We loved the look and feel of the highlander after driving sedans for years the high ride was nice. However, after a minor fender bender in which we rear ended a sedan the Highlander was totaled due ... Read full review
Most reliable car I have owned.
This car is 4wd excellent in the snow and icy conditions has ample leg room front and rear. Very few problems in 13yrs. and no rust problems. Read full review