2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Review Ratings
Average Ratings from 1 reviews
2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited Review
Great gas mileage for a mid size SUV - averaging 25MPG mixed city and highway driving over the lifetime of the car.
3rd row seat doesn't split 60/40 like the new ones - it's either up or down - and access to this row is only from the passenger side.
Excellent Economy And Ride, Perfect Small Family Vehicle — My dilemma was AWD minivan or SUV? I wanted a snow car that could seat up to 7 (extended family). I had a 2WD Sequoia - at 19MPG and a 100 RT commute daily, the gas was killing me. This sporty looking car relieved me of the 'soccer mom' look and still gave me all the amenities a family car needs. We added the DVD entertainment system and NAV and you have a great road trip car! Comfortable (unlike the Subaru which was like sitting on wooden boxes) with great visibility (even a back up camera). After market running boards make it a little easier for my 3 year old to get in the car (and grandma, too!). If you're wondering about power - come drive one. It has 270 effective horsepower and plenty of torque - which equals plenty of get up and go for the mountains or navigating the tricky morning school commute. We also added the Toyota Care package - so maintenance is prepaid until 11/2016 or 125,000miles - and it's transferable. Mindless, happiness in a car.. we just need room for more people AND cargo - this car can either carry 8 people or 5 people and cargo. Can't do 7-8 people AND cargo... aiyah! Other cars I considered (remember I wanted AWD and seat 7) were Subaru Tribecca (uncomfortable even at the top of the line model), Mazda CX9 (bad visibility), Toyota Sienna AWD (there's the soccer mom... which I will be), Toyota Sequoia (wow, can you imagine $64k?? and 19 MPG? talk about money pit)
Primary Use: Family transportation
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Reviews From Other Years
Real Mpg = 24-25
I bought the car in large part due to the stated MPG of 28/28 (city/highway), so very disappointed that it gets far less than stated. The dealer attributes the poor mileage to the gas I buy, my driv... Read More
Highlander Hybrid - Excellent Choice
The car is excellent for a growing family. There is plenty of room for everyone. The only thing I would suggest would be adding a cargo rack on the back or something in that nature because when all ... Read More
Best Vehicle For The The Family On The Go.
This vehicle can be a daily commuter or a vehicle for the week end get aways. Tows my boat with no problem all the way from NY to NJ. The leather is easy to clean and the heated seats are great in t... Read More
Great Car... Don't Waste Your Time Getting The Hybrid
I love this car and love Toyota's. Decent room in the front and back seat but the 3rd row is a waste. A 9 year old couldn't even comfortably sit back there. I did not like how there is no AC in the ba... Read More
Great Family Car For Enviormnetally Contious People.
Great car. Third row seat is strictly for kids (you might be able to get an anorexic adult back there). No problems with any of the hybrid components. Important to follow routine maintenance schedule ... Read More
I Would Buy This Car Again
excellent car. I have owned MANY cars and this is one of my favorites. more power than my 2001 ford expedition, fun, easy to park, 30 MPG, 3rd row of seats, excellent sound system. Read More
Reliable Family Car
This car was a fine car to use while raising my children and provoking carpools and the general around town errands. It has been very reliable and we have not had any major issues with the car. It ha... Read More
An Awd Suv With 26 Mpg In 50%/50% City/highway - Awesome
Interior is classic Toyota -- nothing too high end and nothing too cheap - mainstream and functional. Gas/Hybrid switch is quiet and unintrusive. Acceleration when passing etc. is superb Read More