Toyota Highlander2009
4 trips
$ 33
per day
Toyota Highlander
4 trips

Vehicle: 2009 Toyota Highlander Sport 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 5A)

This is a solid vehicle. Not overly large but roomy enough for passenger comfort and carrying sport stuff, golf clubs, etc. Don't really have anything bad to say about it

seats seven sports shifting package.

The best bang for your buck for a mid size suv

by ewayjeng on Nov 21, 2013
Vehicle: 2009 Toyota Highlander 4dr SUV (2.7L 4cyl 6A)

This car is great, bought used with less than 60K, but in near mint condition at purchase, engine is strong, easy to move seats down for storage and has a lot of nice creature comfort features. Its got decent power for a 4 cylinder and since I'm not towing, and this is primarily a people mover, the gas savings are perfect. Drives like a car, would recommend to anyone looking for a mid size suv that is reliable, fun to drive and very functional.
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Highlander sport

by luvtoyota10 on Feb 12, 2013
Vehicle: 2009 Toyota Highlander Sport 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 5A)

This is my father's car and it is great. The sport suspension does make a difference, it handles better than my 2013 Highlanader. Theres more steering feel. It does well in the snow, haven't had any problems with it. Just doing maintenance on it. The JBL sound system is amazing! Some of my leather Jackets tend to stick to the leather on the seats and make a weird noise when I get out of the seat. It does everything you want it to. I like the huge backup camera as well.
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by mr21991 on Apr 24, 2011
Vehicle: 2009 Toyota Highlander 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 5A)

all people writing a review on this issue about the toyota highlander you need to open your manual owners booklet before you complain regarding the problem of your highlander...first evry 5,000 miles you need to wheel rotation 2nd you need evry 12-18moths wheel alignment 3rd you need to retorque all under chassis evry 36 moths...very important to check your oil and coolant transmission fluid every week...God bless all
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Mostly as expected but not everything

by pma022 on Feb 21, 2011
Vehicle: 2009 Toyota Highlander Sport 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 5A)

Own this SUV for nearly 2 years. Reliability is good. No issue so far. But there are quite a few rattling noises from dash,2nd and 3rd row seats. It's definitely not as serious as mechanical or electrical problem but sometimes is quite annoying. Dealer said it's from under seats and cannot fix due to safety issue. Another problem is the very weird tire size. They're top expensive. Change a set will charge $955 at Costco and $1000 at America Tire. Basically it's a comfortable and fast car but Toyota can make it better.
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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

Great suv!

by Tony the tester on Nov 17, 2010
Vehicle: 2009 Toyota Highlander 4dr SUV (2.7L 4cyl 6A)

We love our Highlander I4 with convenience package. This car has all the features I need and nothing you don't need-perfect. We love the space and comfort, ride quality and general feel of this car. The assembly quality is first rate. It had defective water pump after one year but it is one of the first ones that they put together. In any case, it didn't stop in the middle of the road. The 4 cyl engine is great. It is quiet, and powerful enough to pull full load on our 1000 mile trip. It lacks a passing power a bit but it is a great cruiser and plenty of pep around town. Efficiency was as low as 19 mpg and as high as 29 mpg. Road feel is good but 6 spd transmission is too shift-happy but smooth.
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  • Automatic transmission
  • Audio input
  • All-wheel drive
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