Used 2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Pricing


Consumer Rating
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2015 Highlights

The 2015 Toyota Highlander carries over unchanged.


Pros

  • Impressive fuel economy
  • hushed and upscale interior
  • luxury-grade ride
  • seven-passenger seating
  • reassuring handling.

Cons

  • Luxury-grade pricing
  • eight-passenger layout only available on regular Highlander.

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Used 2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid for Sale

Toyota Highlander Hybrid 2015 Limited Platinum 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Alumina Jade Metallic Ash premium leather35,042 miles
Used 2015Toyota Highlander HybridLimited Platinum
List:$35,991
Est.Loan: $655/mo
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Toyota Highlander Hybrid 2015 Limited Platinum 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Creme Brulee Mica Almond premium leather30,901 miles
Cpo 2015Toyota Highlander HybridLimited Platinum
List:$35,922
Est.Loan: $654/mo
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Dealer Notes

WAS-$38495 NOW-$35922 Looking for that luxury SUV that's also stingy at the pumps? You need our 2015 Highlander Hybrid Limited Platinum. With the safety and convenience of all-wheel-drive, and 28 MPG fuel efficiency, our Highlander will take your family on vacation this summer and keep them safe in winter. One owner with an accident free Carfax and only 30K miles. Offered in beautiful Creme Brulee with Almond interior, features include driver technology package, panoramic moon roof, pre collision warning, cross traffic alert, radar cruise, heated and ventillated leather seating, backup camera, 2nd row captains chairs, and much more. Call for an appointment today or visit one of our two convenient Frederick locations. Visit us at one of our two locations in Frederick: DARCARS Used Car Center-1040 West Patrick Street 1-877-747-4857 DARCARS Toyota of Frederick-5293 Buckeystown Pike 1-888-803-9862

Toyota Highlander Hybrid 2015 Limited 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Predawn Gray Mica Black premium leather75,573 miles
Used 2015Toyota Highlander HybridLimited
List:$27,450
Est.Loan: $500/mo
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Dealer Notes

**WE FINANCE** HYBRID LIMITED TOYOTA HIGHLANDER / ALL WHEEL DRIVE / DVD ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM / TECHNOLOGY PACKAGE / HEATED AND COOLED SEATS/ SUNROOF AND ALL OTHER POWER OPTIONS****FREE DELIVERY FOR UP TO 500 MILE RADIUS $0.40-$0.60per mile after 500-mile radius. Ask your salesperson for up to additional 6years or 100k miles extended warranty for under $2000 on qualified vehicles. � $199 for ceiling DVD or $799 for dual headrestDVD�s on qualified vehicles. We reserve the rights to end this listing or anyother listings at anytime should the vehicle no longer be available for saleand sales prices are subject to change without notice. Fees and Taxes: allvehicles sold are subject to $695.00 dealer processing fee. Buyer(s) are responsible for all state county city taxes and feesas well as title/registration fees in the state that the vehicle will beregistered. SPECIAL INTERNET PRICING IS BASED ON ONE TIME PAYMENT OF CASHCERTIFIED FUNDS MONEY ORDER AND EFT's. TOTAL PRICES ON VEHICLES FINANCED MAYVARY. WE FINANCE PEOPLE WITH ALL TYPES OF CREDIT. EVERYONE IS APPROVED. AlphaMotorsports is not responsible for TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS MISPRINTS ONEQUIPMENT VOIDED MANUFACTURER WARRANTY due to previous accident(s). Customersmust confirm all the options with the manufacturer and the remaining warrantywith the manufacturer prior of purchasing the vehicle. We print Carfax historyon the same day that we buy the vehicle from different sources AlphaMotorsports is not responsible for any changes to Carfax history in the futurePlease print your own most updated Carfax history from www.carfax.com**

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Features & Specs

Limited Platinum 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)Limited 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
MPG2828
Seating77
Transmissioncontinuously variable-speed automaticcontinuously variable-speed automatic
Fuelhybridhybrid
Horsepower280 hp @ 5800 rpm280 hp @ 5800 rpm

Safety

NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating

    Overall4/5
    Driver4/5
    Passenger5/5
  • Side Crash Rating

    Overall5/5
  • Side Barrier Rating

    Overall5/5
    Driver5/5
    Passenger5/5
  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front Seat5/5
    Back Seat5/5
  • Rollover

    Rollover4/5
    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover16.9%

IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
    G
    Good
  • Roof Strength Test
    G
    Good
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
    G
    Good
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
    A
    Acceptable
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test
    G
    Good

Top Consumer Reviews

Read what other owners think about the 2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

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Consumer Rating


An exceptional vehicle
I now have 4,000 miles on my 2015 Highlander Hybrid. I traded in my Avalon Hybrid (a fantastic car) to gain AWD and more room for travel. This is an extremely well thought out vehicle. It is very quiet, quick and very comfortable. The new generation info/entertainment system is excellent. The latest navigation system is accurate and easy to use. My wife drives a late Lexus RX 350. The Highlander Hybrid is every bit its equal and in some respects superior. In both city and highway driving it has no trouble meeting and exceeding the EPA mileage estimates. It is an exceptional long distance driver. The third seat is for kids (or adults you don't like) but it is handy when needed.
Comfortable, but electronics are a letdown
2018 05-05, 44.5K mile update: Having re-read the review below, I'll stand by the cons, but add that the outstanding mileage I noted early on has ebbed. Where I used to average 28+ mpg combined, I am now seeing 25.6 mpg. My dealership claims this is due to summer gasoline formulation. I'm dubious, since the averages are consistent year round. Granted, I'm not babying the car in city driving anymore trying to maximize the mileage, but I'm also not a lead-foot. Highway mileage has slipped by 2 mpg whilst my highway driving habits haven't changed. The payback on the Hybrid will take longer than the 7 years I initially calculated. On the plus side, I added rain deflectors around the windows, and while they add to the wind noise at higher driving speeds, they do allow you to drive with all four windows cracked while keeping the rain out of the car. I enjoy boulevard cruising with all the windows and the sun-roof wide open. It's a slightly nicer "top down" experience than that of my convertible - there being no wind coming at your head from behind. If you have a convertible, you'll know what I'm talking about. My wife doesn't get her hair-do ruffled in the Highlander - not so for my roadster. Forget third row seating, but cargo room and storage are outstanding. I've taken the car on long road trips - 1500 & 3000 miles. By and large, the car is comfortable. Adaptive cruise control is a must have for such excursions. Wind noise at speed remains a minus... as do Nanny State restrictions and slow response on touch screen control. I wish there was an upgrade option for better seats - think BMW... Original Review: The Highlander is generally a very nice vehicle but it has some infuriating flaws. It handles fairly well, gets good gas mileage (thought the Hybrid premium will take years to pay for itself), is relatively comfortable over the short haul and has an audio system that handles my Apple iPod classic better than most vehicles I looked at during my search last Spring. That last item was a deal breaker with several of the cars I considered buying. The adaptive cruise control is pretty slick (when it’s not raining – see below). Now for the bad news… I ABSOLUTELY HATE HATE HATE the voice command system, the touch screen AND the Nanny State controls on the Navigation System and Phone controls. The touch screen is painfully slow and non-responsive. And while the Navigation System itself isn’t half bad, if you preprogram everything before you start rolling, using voice commands to try find a POI while driving (or do much of anything else) invariably results in a full blown case of road rage with me swearing I’m going to dump the Highlander at the first opportunity. Any salesman who touts voice command as the solution to Nanny State restrictions on the electronics while driving, should be called out as a liar. I started making a list of all the failed attempts to have the voice command system do what I ask it to do but, to be honest, given my overall dissatisfaction with the system, I’m leaning very heavily towards replacing the Toyota with something else with dial controls (Equus or BMW X5. Because the Touch Screen controls are so slow, you must take your eyes off the road longer than necessary to do some tasks. The Nanny State restrictions are beyond belief. Really? you can’t display more than a page or two of previous destinations? You can't even display your Contacts while driving? If you’re using the Blue Tooth hands free telephone, but need to key in a number to work your way through an automated attendant, you have to handle your cell phone to get to the number pad because your vehicle’s system doesn’t won't let you. Try calling your Toyota dealer from a Highlander while driving sometime for a real lesson in frustration and futility. Smaller annoyances with the Toyota are the manually operated and less than optimal steering wheel controls and steering wheel heater that fails to heat to my expectations – the wheel doesn’t warm well enough, quickly enough or cover enough steering wheel territory. For shorter outings the car is comfortable enough but for long highway stretches the cabin isn’t as quiet as it could be, the seats don’t adjust as well as I’d like (granted I came from first a BMW 7 Series and then an Equus, so, I could be a little spoiled) and the windshield wipers cancelling cruise control, when wipers are set to fast, render the Highlander less than optimal. The third row seating isn’t comfortable even for smaller kids. They have to ride with their knees pulled up to their chests and the seatbacks don’t recline at all – meaning the kids have to sit bolt upright. As a result of this shortcoming, my wife will not take the Highlander off my hands when she retires her Sienna. You cannot comfortably seat more than 4 in this car. So, another reason to find a buyer while I still have relatively low miles on it. Good luck,
Impeccable quality + MPG beyond expectation
As I read everywhere before owning my Highlander Hybrid (Limited Platinum), the quality and the reliability are so far so good (2 months ownership). MPG for last 3 fueling averages 30.5MPG by actual tank filling - meter reading method. Considering expected depreciation and gas saving, my calculation said 5 yr or more ownership will be break-even when compared with gas only version. If I learn more gas saving tricks, I will get some saving. Super quiet operation when the engine is completely stopped is one of my favorite factors of hybrids. Update on 2017-11-23: I am keeping records of MPG. Since I purchased this car, I have fueled 120 times according to the record. The average of in-dash display numbers: 28.86MPG, the average of filling - meter reading method: 28.42MPG. They are reasonably close. At filling - meter method, best one-tank record: 32.81MPG. Summer average: 27.0MPG, winter average: 31.5MPG. A/C usage at Phoenix, AZ is the cause. Now my ownership length is more than two years. I am as happy as I was when I purchased this car.
Used 2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Overview

The Used 2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid comes with all wheel drive, . Available transmissions include: continuously variable-speed automatic, .

What's a good price on a Used 2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid?

Save up to $300 on one of 3 Used 2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid for sale at dealerships within 25 miles of Ashburn, VA with prices as low as $27,450 as of 05/21/2018, based on data from dealers and consumer-driven dealer ratings ranging from 4 to 5 out of 5 stars.

Price comparisons for Used 2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid trim styles:

  • The Used 2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited Platinum is priced between $35,922 and $35,991 with odometer readings between 30901 and 35042 miles.
  • The Used 2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited is priced between $27,450 and $27,450 with odometer readings between 75573 and 75573 miles.

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