2008 Toyota Highlander Limited 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
When considering this vehicle, don't overlook the cost of replacing the tires! The OEM tires do not hold up, even after proper rotation/balance care. At 33,000 I must replace the tires + there are only 3 tires that exist for this make/model! And two of those rated really low (poor handling, fast wear), which means the remaining choice is extremely hard to find + very expensive. Tires aside, my mileage is 17.5-22 (burbs vs. highway). ok, not great. Cabin noise is quiet, handle, fit + finish is a Toyota ... great! Next car purchase, I will always look at tire size + availability.
Look, handling, inside finish, sunroof, auto back door, huge glove box, bucket seats for 2nd row
Tire size, tire size, tire size + gas mileage (non hybrids). It is ridiculous to design a vehicle w/o considering tire size availability to the consumer.
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