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2006 Toyota Highlander Overview


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Avg. Price: $11,884
Base AWD
Avg. Price: $13,416
Base V6
Avg. Price: $12,905
Base V6 AWD
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $13,406
Limited V6
Avg. Price: $14,197
Limited V6 AWD
Avg. Price: $14,736
Sport V6
Avg. Price: $12,588
Sport V6 AWD
Avg. Price: $13,500

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Average User Score

4.55 stars

Based on 10 reviews

What A Practical Vehicle! by Tyler
 — I must admit, at first I didn't know what to expect of the Highlander. It was just a good replacement to our old blazer. I'll just start with the cons of the Highlander, since it's the base model,... Read More
Toyota's Flagship Suv by Filip
 — Toyota is another one of those dynasty auto makers, they pride themselves on build quality, and this being the best selling SUV in the US has something to do with it. Its reliable to a tee, its never ... Read More
A 'nice' Affordable Utility Vehicle! by JacKOozy
 — Fun to drive while having a lot of nice creature comfort features. Has the power to tow your toys to the beach or up over the mountains for camping. Large enough so you know its solid and safe and no... Read More

2006 Toyota Highlander Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 10 reviews

2006 Toyota Highlander

The Toyota Highlander was mostly unchanged for 2006.  It came in three trims: the Standard, the Sport, and the Limited. The base and the Limited were available with 4WD and 2WD, and the Sport came standard with 4WD. The 2.4-liter inline-4 came standard, with 160 horsepower. The 3.3-liter, 230-horsepower V6 was optional on the base Highlander and standard on the Limited and the Sport. Fuel economy was about 20/24 mpg. The 2006 Highlander was available as a five-passenger or seven-passenger vehicle.

Drivers like the 2006 Highlander for its typical Toyota reliability, smooth ride, and excellent safety ratings. Many say the styling is a little too conservative and while pleasant to drive, it isn't much fun. The optional third-row seat is also too small to be comfortable for most passengers.


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