Toyota Highlander 2010

Toyota Highlander 2010: The 2010 Toyota Highlander flaunts three available rows of seats and also a smooth, car-like trip, not to mention impressive fuel economic climate.

Pros & Cons:
- Superb security ratings
- Smooth ride
- Fuel-sipping base four-cylinder engine
- Versatile inside
x Four-cylinder is underpowered
x Very little cargo room with all seats being used
x Small third row


Toyota Highlander 2010


The 2010 Toyota Highlander is readily available with either a four-cylinder engine that's coupled with front-wheel drive, or a V6 that can be mated to either front- or all-wheel drive. When it was new, test drivers claimed the 2010 Highlander had a comfortable flight, though, while fuel-efficient, the base Highlander really felt underpowered. Base front-wheel drive, four-cylinder models obtain an excellent 20/27 mpg city/highway, while even all-wheel drive V6 designs get pretty good scores of 17/23 mpg city/highway. Reviewers kept in mind that while it's absolutely not stylish or enjoyable to drive, the Highlander's ride is really smooth and also its light guiding assists the Highlander feel fairly manoeuvrable.

Customers kept in mind that its inside isn't as luxurious as some rivals' as well as its available third row wasn't roomy. Test drivers stated the Highlander's inside was premium for the class, and they appreciated its user friendly electronic devices. The Highlander's freight room is above-average as well. Base designs seat five, yet an available third-row seat increases capacity to 7. The base 2010 Toyota Highlander includes two-wheel drive and a six-speaker stereo system with accessory audio input jack. Attributes on higher trims consist of a 3rd row, leather-wrapped wheel with audio controls, leather-trimmed seats, navigating, wood-grain-style interior trim as well as push-button ignition.

Other Vehicles to Consider

If you like the Toyota Highlander however want an SUV that's more fun to drive, check out the 2010 Mazda CX-9. When it was brand-new, reviewers claimed it was one of the sportiest SUVs you might buy, with great handling and lots of power from its V6 engine. The CX-9's made up, limited handling means that its flight might be a bit rigid for customers seeking optimum comfort. Nonetheless, with standard seating for 7 as well as even more basic features compared to the Highlander, the Mazda CX-9 continues to be a great choice.

The 2010 Chevrolet Traverse likewise places competitively in the course. Customers said the Traverse was one of one of the most all-around midsize crossovers thanks to its comfy trip, adult-sized third row as well as good gas mileage. It also provides to 8 seats and has the most cargo space in its course. The Traverse isn't really nearly as flashy as the Mazda CX-9, but test drivers said if you're in the market for a family crossover, it deserves a place at the top of your wish list.

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