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Based on 2 reviews
I Love My Toyota Highlander
This is the best vehicle I've ever had. It's quiet, smooth, comfortable, a dream to drive. Mileage isn't the best at 17 city/20 highway, but I don't care. I love the styling and the fit and finish i... Read More
Reliable, Inexpensive, Spacy.
Having it for about 2 years, I have to say it's met/exceeded my expectations. Drives well, has all the room I need for a growing family, and the 3rd row gives you options if you need it. Read More
The Toyota Highlander returns without change for 2006. The Camry-based crossover SUV is Toyota's top-selling sport utility, combining the handling and fuel efficiency of a car with the convenience of an SUV. The Highlander has changed little since its 2000 introduction, but a new larger model will arrive in 2008.
This Highlander is the most well-equipped of the four base trim variations, adding a 4x4 drive train and a more powerful engine. A 3.3 liter DOHC V-6 generates 215 horsepower and 222 pound feet of torque, and is teamed with an electronically controlled five speed automatic transmission. This model earns an EPA rating of 18/24 mpg, and the addition of the V-6 has bumped towing capacity from 3000 to 3500 pounds.
The base Highlanders are equipped with standard features like power windows and door locks, air conditioning, keyless entry, a six speaker CD audio system, and 16 inch steel wheels. The third row of seating is optional on this trim, as is an in-dash CD changer, leather trim, and a JBL audio upgrade. The base model is not eligible to receive the navigation system.
This overview covers the Base V6 AWD trim only.
Please see our 2006 Toyota Highlander Overview for more information.
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