2002 Toyota Highlander SUV Limited AWD 4dr SUV (3.0L 6cyl 4A)
Hey, i purchased a 2002 Toyota
Highlander Limited V-6 AWD and i love
it. the only thing i have to complain
about is the standard Bridgestone
tires in the snow, which stink, and
the rattles the car has.
V-6, Moonroof, AWD, gas mileage
Rattles, change the standard tires to
2002 Toyota Highlander SUV AWD 4dr SUV (3.0L 6cyl 4A)
Having own this vehicle for a short
time has made me love it...really love
it! Interior design is well built and
exterior is up to date with present
designs and looks like it will never be
outdated. Acceleration is great, brake
system is excellent, overall
performance is just what I was looking
for. The dealer was very helpful and
able to give us what we wanted.
CD and tape deck combo included;
spacious and a lot of compartments.
2002 Toyota Highlander SUV 2WD 4dr SUV (2.4L 4cyl 4A)
I have been driving my Toyota
Highlander for a year now and have yet
to find a problem with it. Unlike GM
cars that I owned during the previous
25 years, it never had a failure
requiring a warranty trip to the
dealer. There was one non-urgent
recall that I took the car to the
dealer for, but the machine ran the
same before and after the repair.
Gas milage for my front drive
Highlander is 19-20 for city driving
and about 24 on long trips. Cooling
system is awesome. I sat in 95F+
traffic jam for two hours in bright sun
with air conditioning at full and the
temperature gauge did not budge.
Change third gear ratio to give higher
milage at highway speed. V6 engine has
plenty to spare.
2002 Toyota Highlander SUV 2WD 4dr SUV (3.0L 6cyl 4A)
So far, I have no complaints. The auto
is relatively expensive when compared to
similar vehicles. It does take some time
getting acustomed to dropping 30K on a
truck. I expect it to pay off 8-10 years
down the road.
It looks good. Has a stylish interior
and quite ride. I am 6'2" and it has
good shoulder, head and legroom for me.
I can hang my elbows on the armrest and
door arm rest and my hands fall on to
the steering wheel.
If the center console was just a pinch
narrower, it would be perfect.