4K Review: 2017 Toyota Highlander Quick Drive | Consumer Reports

The 2017 Toyota Highlander is family-friendly with plenty of cargo space and room for eight people. Forward-collision warning and automatic emergency braking are standard on every trim level of the Highlander. But the infotainment system lacks Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.

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23 thoughts on “4K Review: 2017 Toyota Highlander Quick Drive | Consumer Reports

  1. Why do you give Tacoma poor reliability and this good reliability when they use the same engine. That's why I don't trust this magazine.

  2. A car almost impossible to fault. Great value, space, features, safety & reliability in one uncompromise package. The Hybrid version adds a dose of great fuel efficiency + extra power to boot.

  3. My uncle is looking for a 3-row SUV I told him he should check the Toyota Highlander he says that Toyotas are boring he said he might look at the Volkswagen Atlas ,Dodge Durango or Ford Explorer

  4. The center console plastics are not good at all. Together with the outdated infotainment system, that makes the inside not desirable. The exterior look is actually good if you get the right color.

  5. Good SUV for those wanting a reliable and predictable family SUV. Top trim levels get a 360 degree camera which is nice. Road noise is well subdued. Driving dynamics leave a lot to be desired and the 8 speed transmission isn't as smooth as it could be. At least it's a lot smoother than the 8 speed in the Sienna, which is horrendous.

  6. 2:05 Right here, look how much space that ridiculously wide center console takes away from the driver's right knee. Please have a taller driver try out the ergonomics, and not just by lowering the seat all the way down, but by lifting it up, like most people do to have good view of the surroundings. Check if the right hand hits your thigh during right turn, because that is Camry curse, and I suspect it will happen here, too. That means you cannot complete the turn safely, but you have to shift your hand to a different position. Stop just getting fixated on gadgets.

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