2005 Toyota Highlander AWD 4dr SUV w/3rd Row (3.3L 6cyl 5A)
We were debating between the CRV and the Highlander but went with the Highlander for the extra room and the third row which will come in handy once the kids are out of carseats. We are very happy with our decision, it drives great, is quiet and we are expecting it to be extremely reliable.
Drives like a car Third row Adjustable 2nd row Powerful quiet engine and ride
For $28k, I would expect a real alarm system and a 6 cd changer, which have been left off so so that the ltd. has some differentiation. But, the most annoying thing to me at this price point is the lack of an outside thermometer, esp with all the fancy safety features the car has. Shame on Toyota.
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