2011 Toyota Highlander Limited 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
We previously had an '07 Tahoe and realized that our family didn't need all of the extra girth, nor did we want to keep paying $85 for a tank of gas.
The Highlander so far has been a great vehicle!
We're averaging close to 22 MPG which includes a good deal of stop-and-go in-town driving.
The third row seat shouldn't be counted on unless you're in a pinch.
The DVD entertainment system has kept the kids happy in the back seat on longer rides.
We opted for the Limited edition to get all of the tech-options, but still managed to get a good deal -- close to 10% below MSRP.
Bluetooth phone and music; DVD entertainment system; navigation system
Again, the third row seat isn't ideal for everyday use, but this is expected for an SUV this size.
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