Used 2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid SUV


$29,900 - $41,881
2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

2016 Highlights

For 2016, the Toyota Highlander Hybrid carries over unchanged.


Pros

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

Cons

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

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Used 2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid SUV for Sale

Toyota Highlander Hybrid 2016 Limited 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Nautical Blue Metallic Ash premium leather37,797 miles
Used 2016Toyota Highlander HybridLimited
List:$34,989
Est.Loan: $637/mo
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Toyota Highlander Hybrid 2016 Limited 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Ooh La La Rouge Mica Almond premium leather42,183 miles
Used 2016Toyota Highlander HybridLimited
List:$34,994
Est.Loan: $637/mo
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Toyota Highlander Hybrid 2016 Limited Platinum 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Predawn Gray Mica 0
Used 2016Toyota Highlander HybridLimited Platinum
List:$38,993
Est.Loan: $710/mo
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Blizzard Pearl Almond premium leather21,004 miles
Used 2016Toyota Highlander HybridLimited Platinum
List:$38,500
Est.Loan: $701/mo
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Blizzard Pearl 21,038 miles
Used 2016Toyota Highlander HybridLimited
List:$37,772
Est.Loan: $688/mo
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Ooh La La Rouge Mica Almond premium leather71,768 miles
Used 2016Toyota Highlander HybridLimited
List:$29,900
Est.Loan: $544/mo
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78.3 mi away
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Creme Brulee Mica Almond premium leather18,165 miles
Used 2016Toyota Highlander HybridLimited Platinum
List:$41,881
Est.Loan: $762/mo
Umansky Toyota
86.5 mi away

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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

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I am looking forward to years of enjoying driving
You can read all the expert reviews, and I pretty much find no fault with most of what is said. To get the most out of the hybrid I think requires learning a different way of driving. I drive down the interstate at 55 mph and I am getting 40 mpg on the straight and level, 30 mpg on the gradual road elevation increase and 325+ mpg as the road elevation decreases. On acceleration I see 6 mpg, on deceleration I see 9999 mpg. The Highlander has normal, ECO and EV modes, with specific conditions under which they function best. I am still learning to use these modes to get the best mpg I can. I pretty much think I can expect 27 mpg combined with 1/3rd highway & 2/3rds city driving if I drive this hybrid the way it is ment to be driven ... no rapid starts (Use EV mode), long gradual slow downs to stop (gotta drive well ahead of the traffic) in ECO mode, and cruise the interstate 55-65 mph.Your mileage may vary, and will based upon your driving habits. This is no 'Magic cure' for poor gas mileage. However I must say I am am really pleased that this big, good looking and comfortable beast can achieve such respectable gas mileage. It does take effort though. Update: I have been driving this Highlander Hybrid 6 weeks now. I still find it a very comfortable and pleasant vehicle to drive. I bought the right vehicle for me. I have learned that unlike most hybrids, and my previous hybrid (2009 Ford Escape) I do not get better gasoline mileage in city driving where I am constantly slowing to a stop, then accelerating to operating speed, then repeating often. During these cycles I am seein 6 ... 9 .. 14 ...19 ... mpg fuel economy. It is with the steady 60 mph highway speed that yield the 30+ mpg fuel economy returns. I have noted that the more highway verse city miles I drive the better my combined fuel economy. I have also concluded I need to be very gentle with the accelerator pedal. If you like to start quick, zoom to the next red light, come to a quick stop and await the green light just to zoom to the next light, I do not think this is the vehicle for you
Traded up using my 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid
I really liked the Ford and was disappointed they did not continue the hybrid line. The Highlander is bigger, which I find more comfortable. It is higher off the ground which gives me better visibility. Since it is bigger and heavier, it does not get the fuel economy I got with the Ford. With the Ford I could rely upon 32 mpg in the Spring and Fall, and 29 mpg in the Winter and Summer. Thus far I am getting a solid 27-28 mpg (Spring/Summer) with the Highlander on mixe city/highway driving without air-conditioning, or heating. Is 4-5 mpg less in order to have twice the cargo capacity worth it ? I think it is, There is so much more to learn and understand about the Highlander Hybride over the Escape Hybrid. The Owners manual is at least 3 times as thick. I like how quiet the Highlander is compared to the Escape (6 cylinder vs 4 cylinder engine might have something to do with that). I like the visibility of the Highlander over the Escape (the 19" wheels on the Highlander vs the 16" wheels on the Escape might account for that). I have a service dog that goes where I go. When my girl friend and her dog and me with my dog need to go someplace the Highlander will earn its price, for the Highlander is after all a 'Family oriented vehicle'. One I think hard to beat. A big point in many professional writeups is the low (relative) price of gasoline does not justify the $6,000 cost increase in the hybrid. I bought the Escape when gasoline went up to $4 a gallon. I expect one day it will be back there. In the mean time I like the lower emissions put out by the hybrid ... just my version of being a 'Tree hugger'. 6 month update: I still give this Toyota Highlander Hybrid an A+ rating, but then I am a very conservative driver. Unfortunately the fuel economy is not there when doing lots of city driving, with stop and go being the normal. Under these conditions 22 mpg I consider amazing for this hybrid. On the all highway cruise at 60-65 mph I get a typical 33-34 mpg. The average usually is running about 25 mpg. I do not complain about this and think it pretty good for a 5,000 pound vehicle, though 27-28 mpg would be better. It seems to definitely depend upon how I drive the Highlander. I do not know what mpg I would get from a non-hybrid Highlander, but I suspect it would be less than the EPA rating and less than I am getting with the hybrid version. I am happy with my choice even though it might never pay for itself. The vehicle still is a quiet, comfortable ride. I have no complaints about any feature of the vehicle. It has plenty of room for my needs and I find it not short on acceleration when needed. I have no regrets in this purchase, except maybe with the dealership chosen. I drove the 2016 Highlander Hybrid for a year. My opinion is it is quiet and comfortable. I got what I consider very good fuel economy for a 5,000 pound vehicle. I was never at a loss for cargo space and I have a large service dog that always goes with me. The only negative I had was the result of my being a disabled veteran, blind in one eye. While the back up camera was great tool, the front and sides were the weak spot. I did not like taking my power mobility due the that problem. I solved the problem by trading in the 2016 Highlander Hybrid Planium for a 2017 Highlander Hybrid Platinum. The added cameras were the major reason. This was an impulse purchase based upon my being at the dealership for servicing. As I said I am sold on the Toyota Highlander, then I am a very conservative driver. The camera additions were a great hook, and have turned out every bit as wonderful for my ease, and safe operation of my vehicle and have no regrets for the change to the 2017 Highlander. The improved horsepower and fuel economy seemed like frosting on the cake, and I wait to have that show up as a positive. Those two features certainly are not diminished, but I have yet to notice any noticable improvement. I like that the engine shuts off at traffic stops and conserves fuel (less emissions ... I am still a tree hugger). I age with most professional reviews with gasoline at $3 or below the hybrid will take a long time to break even with, but if you choose to do your best with the environment and still drive a gasoline engine vehicle it does not matter the pay back time. Bottom line, I think the Toyota Highlander Hybrid is a terrific vehicle if you are concerned about the environment, need a family vehicle with cargo space, like a quiet comfortable ride, and are not in the habit of driving 75, or more mph, jack rabbit starts to race to the next light and quick stop, just to repeat (fuel economy and starting up really suck for me, it is the cruising on the highway where the fuel economy shines (I can get 35-45 mpg at those times)). This is still the best vehicle for my driving needs. UPDATE: I sold the 2016 Highlander Hybrid at the one year point, and bought the 2017 Highlander Hybrid. The Highlander Hybrid I find and A+. quite and comfortable ride
My 2nd Highlander Hybrid
I traded a 2008 Highlander Hybrid with 200K miles on this vehicle. We never had a single repair that was not routine maintenance. I hope this new one is as reliable. The 2016 doesn't seem all that different from the 2008; it is a little quieter and more solid feeling. They get about the same gas mileage. There have been some improvements in the features (e.g. one button memory for adjustments to seat and mirror positions). They seat the same number of people, just switched the three seater from the second to the 3rd row. That third row is tight for anyone but kids. Update: We've had this vehicle for a year now, and I would rate it exactly the same. Another new feature that we have grown to appreciate is blindspot detection. It's really nice to have the extra assurance that it's safe to change lanes or back out of a parking space. We've also had a chance to drive it in snow and it handles very well, with good traction.
Used 2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid SUV Overview

The Used 2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid SUV is offered in the following styles: Limited Platinum 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT), and Limited 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT).

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  • The Used 2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid SUV Limited is priced between $29,900 and $37,772 with odometer readings between 21038 and 71768 miles.
  • The Used 2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid SUV Limited Platinum is priced between $38,500 and $41,881 with odometer readings between 0 and 21004 miles.

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