We routinely take long trips for the business and nobody complains. The real surprise is that I am now in the market for another car and I cannot find another car that can give me the cargo capacity and mileage that this Highlander gives me, not even the 2016 Highlander. Dealer replaced rear lift window seal and replaced back door switch. Told there is a 'Service Bulletin' for hinges that cause failure. Took the vehicle in to dealer at 110000 for oil change and asked them to figure out why the car was having trouble climbing hills. I am dissapointed and my next vehicle is going to be a U.
A recall seems to be occurring with extended warranty. In addition to seating up to seven passengers, the interior features quality materials and a user-friendly control layout. We had the 3500 lbs tow package installed much nicer than aftermarket. Some items I have done more often but keep a record. The hand calculations average 1 mpg less than the computer values. Without passing the calibration test, the occupant sensing system may not operate as designed.
Powertrains and Performance Powering the 2011 Toyota Highlander Hybrid is a hybrid system consisting of a 3. With one model to another, except in hybrid form, they vary little from Toyota. From day 1 on they were a total incompetent disaster to deal with. If the light does not turn off, have the system checked by your Toyota dealer. The interior is cavernous for a vehicle getting this mileage.
This came from the back of the emblem. It's also trained me that fast starts are incredibly wasteful on gas. The hybrid powertrain's lively performance and seamless transition between gas and electric modes adds spice and character as well as efficiency. Better yet hire them to do whatever maintenance they thing is needed? If the front passenger seat occupant sensing system is out of calibration, the front passenger airbags may not deploy or they may deploy inappropriately for the passenger's size and position. It will have the maintenance schedule. And while the handling is secure, it's not very agile.
Had the axles replaced, the spline replaced and most recently the transaxle! To tell you how well people love this vehicle, just do a search and see if you can find any used. Road noise is nicely suppressed, and engine noise is reduced to a barely perceptible electric hum when the gas engine shuts off. One bit of advice: If you can still purchase the Toyota shop manual for this car, do so. A full car with 4 people and luggage driving over 70 mph will be closer to 26. As to GeorgeSanJose suggestion about getting the repair manual.
If you purchased the Toyota used the schedule brochure is lost. The trick to high gas mileage is to pay attention to the display and try not to waste gas by accelerating and braking. Seems to be a poor design on V6 engines. It must be manually pushed shut. The dealer can't figure out the weird braking noise and they have been terrible in getting back to me. Shaft replacement is 650 plus. They said they reset the transmission settings because there were no codes.
The worst that will happen is that you may get random emails over sales or service specials and so on. Steering lock release With Smart Key system Without Smart Key system Turn Turn. Many checks you should be doing yourself. The Toyota Highlander scores high for its refinement, quiet interior, ride comfort, power, fuel economy, and flexible and roomy second-row seat. The vehicle still looks sharp, and not dated in styling at all, and in fact looks better than the new Highlanders coming out, that are bloated, and now bulky. The Limited trim also gets a few new standard perks in the form of perforated leather seating and tri-zone automatic climate control. Broken part was the auto lift hydraulic.
I have nothing to do with the dealer. At over 80,000 miles we've only changed shocks and tires. The one for my 2007 Corolla also mentions the service needs for the Avalon, Highlander, Camry, etc. Please note that db4690 has graciously offered to provide a schedule if the year model is given. In government crash testing, the Highlander Hybrid received a perfect five stars for driver protection and four stars for front passenger protection in frontal impacts. Body trim scratched through the paint on the tailgate so the metal on the rear tailgate rusted. Its impressive mileage rating represents a 2-mpg improvement compared to last year's Highlander Hybrid and is about 50 percent better than the 17-19 combined mpg that you'd get in a typical, gas-only midsizer.
Should be recalled as design is faulty. Plus it will have all the maintenance and repair procedures that will ever be needed. Also standard is a hill-start assist feature that keeps the vehicle from rolling backward when starting off on a steep incline. Toyota's number for this recall is C0M. Once or twice around 32 mpg, based on hand calculations. While this information is specific to vehicle make, model, model year and body type, your personal information is not taken into consideration and could greatly alter the actual premium quoted by an insurer. I have gotten a full tank to average over 31 mpg on a couple of occasions.