2010 Toyota Highlander Limited 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
The car has a nice ride and nice interior features. It is quiet and I generally like the layout of the interiors. We generally like the care. The trunk space is really small and it would be helpful to have a split third-row seat. The biggest problem so far is the GPS system does not allow for a passenger to input a destination while the car is moving. This is a real downer for road trips. It makes for a very, very clunky GPS system.
I like the interior layout, the bluetooth and the comfortable seats. We also like the automatic lift gate.
Allowing a split of the third row seat. Allowing for an override of the GPS system default so that you can enter destinations while the car moves. Most of the time we use the GPS is on family trips when we want to look for destinations on the road and have a passenger.
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