2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited 4dr SUV AWD w/3rd Row (3.3L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
Did some research and decided on the HH Limited based on gas mileage (better all around than my 4cyl. 2008 Accord), room/comfort, and reliability (customer feedback, Consumer Reports recommendations, and car mag editors). Smooth ride plus some nice features but you'd expect that from a $44k vehicle. Also drove the Lexus RX Hybrid and Caddy SRX, both of which were equally smooth but opted for more room and a decent deal since Toyota is trying to rebuild their goodwill. Note that at the time of this writing, the Toyota 0% financing is for non- Hybrid only. My Credit Union offered a lower rate but when you start the negotiations, Toyota will match rates - but make them go lower.
Gas mileage (avg. 26 mpg), back-up camera, keyless entry and start, power liftgate, rear glass access.
Auto up/down for all windows, Sat. radio. There's not a whole lot of styling "wow" factor - which is why I considered the Caddy, but I like the upgraded wheels/tires (why 19" vs. 18" or 20" where there seems to be more tire selections).
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