2016 Toyota Highlander SUV XLE 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
I was given a 2016 Highlander XLE as a rental car while my 2011 Toyota Highlander was getting work done. It just didn't seem like the quality was as a good as with the previous body style. The seats were definitely not as comfortable. Also, the hood design creates a hazard when the sun reflects off of it at certain angles. You don't notice it from the outside but when you sit in the front seat you can see there is somewhat of a "U" shape design. Well when the sun hits the top of the "U" on either side it shines right in your eyes. I understand car manufacturers often make changes just for the sake of change, to differentiate the new from the old. However, please don't make changes that result in an inferior product.
2016 Toyota Highlander SUV XLE 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
I never thought I would buy a Toyota, but so far, I only have 2000 mile, I love this car. It's luxury for me, the comfort, beefy look and power are fantastic. I hope it keeps me happy for many years. More than I wanted to spend, mpg could be better.
2016 Toyota Highlander SUV LE 4dr SUV (2.7L 4cyl 6A)
I tried this car in West Covina Penske CA and felt this car hmm.. rear third row seat too small and not soft comfort and can't fit for adult. -1 point The baggage in trunk back too small another 1 point less. The looks outside no LED daylight at front light and rear light. Others like Honda Pilot and Ford Explorer already LED front daylight and LED rear light. For dashboard, looks cheaper all plastic. So this is the bad looks interior too, however give it 1 point for accelarion better than 0 point.