Vital Stats
Engine: 3.5-liter 24-valve V6
Output: 270 horsepower and 248 lb-ft torque
Transmission: 6-speed automatic
MPG: 18 city/24 hwy
0-60: 7.3 seconds
Price as tested: $44,450


Highlights:

  • Turn-by-turn navigation
  • Ergonomic dashboard
  • Third-row versatility
  • Conversation mirror

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2015 Toyota Highlander Limited

The all-new Highlander was completely redesigned in 2014, with only a few minor tweaks in 2015. Toyota’s crossover SUV — built on the Camry platform — has always been a well-respected vehicle, but it’s exterior was rather bland looking. The third-generation Highlander gets a dramatic makeover with a larger, aggressive grille, LED Daytime Running Lights for added style and visibility, and integrated, aerodynamic Chromtec roof rails for a bolder look. It still looks closer to a minivan then an off-road SUV, but the new package works well, offering front-drive architecture, AWD capability and all-around family-oriented transportation.

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