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.
The Highlander is sporty and provides a
ride equal or better than most cars.
The engine performs well (Very quiet),
the acceleration is good and the
transmission shifts smoothly.
The sporty details of the exterior
makes it rather attractive to look at.
The interior controls are welllocated
and the storage space is is more than
adequate for CD's, tapes, etc.
Interior room and comfort (powered
drive's seat). The interior conforms
well to my 6 feet frame and long legs.
The rear space is extremely
comfortable, even with the driver's
seat at it maximum distance from the
Better gas mileage and sound system.
Otherwise... Excellent vehicle
The Highlander is a great vehicle for
it's purpose. It is not designed to be
used for offroad, but the ride is that
of luxury car. As an alternative to a
station wagon, this vehicle excels. If
you are looking for a great family
vehicle, this is it!
Exterior design, smooth ride, gas
As a tall guy, 6'3", the driver's seat
is a bit cramped, another 4" of
backward travel in the seat would be