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2001 Toyota Highlander Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 6 reviews
Toyota introduced the Highlander in 2001. It was marketed to consumers who wanted a mid-sized SUV but who were probably not going to take it off-road. The Highlander is a car-based cross between a station wagon, a mini-van, and an SUV, designed more for shuttling the kids to soccer practice than traversing rough terrain. The interior offers a roomy feel, although it only seats five.
The 2001 Toyota Highlander came as a 2WD and a 4WD, each as a four-cylinder or a V6 engine. The four-cylinder engine has 2.4 liters and 155 horsepower. The V6 has 3.0 liters and 220 horsepower. Fuel economy is about 18/22 to 22/27, depending on the engine.
Drivers like the 2001 Toyota Highlander because it is easy to drive, has comfortable seats, and comes with Toyota dependability. Drivers complain that there aren't enough cubbies for storage and that the price is a little too high.
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Toyota Highlander Questions
My 20001 High Lander Will Not Shift To Park How Can I Fix It.
MY 20001 HIGH LANDER WILL NOT SHIFT TO PARK
Highlander 180k New Struts Air Assisted Lift Better Than Oem Strut / Spring...
I have a 2001 Highlander w 180K and it needs new struts or more, it sags visibly and rear tires wear on the inside. I want to drive it another 200K and sometimes need to carry a load of people and t...
Power Window Problem
We recently discussed trading off our 2001 Toyota Highlander while sitting in the car. Evidently, the car did not like that because since that day, the driver's side window will power down when you a...
Sometimes After Stopping Get Slight Chatter For Spilt Second On Accelerati...
Only 65,000 miles on car does not happen all the time