2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid consumer reviews

$47,870 starting MSRP
side view of 2016 Highlander Hybrid Toyota
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.6
  • Performance 4.5
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.6
  • Reliability 4.9
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So far on the level of 2005 Lexus GX470

Perfect for our family with better mileage Than our previous Lexus GX470, no mechanical issues after 75k, i would say up to my previous owned Lexus in term of reliability.


Most relable and best driving car

They thought of every option, fully loaded AWD Best handling Bose prem sound , navigation Captain seats. Panoramic Roof , Power lift gate , Ventilated / heated seats


All you need for an everyday car,

great car all in all, however long trips the seats are NOT comfortable at all. It is designed for people with a flat butt. The gas mileage is not good in the summer with the AC on


Love this cat

This car is a true family car, not a mini van. Love this suv, seats 7. Middle seats are captain seats so 2 different ways to access third row. One of my favorite sub, plus who doesn't love a toyota


One of the best SUV'S on the market

This truck is very reliable, good on gas, easy to operate! Love it! Used to have a Mercedes SUV. This one much better on gas. My family and friends enjoyed all the time


Founder & CEO

Great ride! I have wanted one of these cars for over 4 years. It is all I imagined and more. Very comfortable and stylish. Great with the gas mileage.


Hybrid that Produces

We bought the Highlander Hybrid 2016 and can't brag enough about it. As we really don't need it to take children around, it's perfect for the two of us and our granddaughter. The styling is beautiful, the ride smooth, and the gas mileage excellent. We were going between the Highlander and another brand and are happy with our choice.


Economical, soft and easy family transportation

I agree with the 'Expert reviewers'. The 2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid is indeed a comfortable, pleasant ride. I find it sits above the traffic giving me excellent visibility and the drivers seat is fully adjustable giving me comfortable seating. My previous hybrid was a 4 cylinder and although it was a compact, it was sluggish and very noisy. This Highlander is bigger and heavier and is very quiet and when I want to accelerate, I do. Those are two of the biggest reason I like this SUV. The 'Expert reviewers' seem to agree with me on these two points. The 3rd reason finds me in disagreement with most of the 'Expert reviewers'. Most seem to suggest the hybrid is to be avoided because it is too expensive up front considering the low price of gasoline these days.I look at it different. I bought my last hybrid when gasoline was $4 a gallon. I expect it to be there again one day. Until then I am happy leaving a smaller carbon footprint when I drive. I also smile when my Scangauge II shows I am running at 34.0 mpg on the highway.