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Introduced in 2000, the Toyota Highlander underwent its most recent update for 2017. This popular 3-row crossover enters 2019 mostly unchanged, with the exception of a few exterior twe...
Only in its second generation, the Toyota Sequoia hasn’t seen a full redo since 2007. A long-needed facelift in 2018 brought the model up to date, so for 2019, it goes unchanged.
"Steering felt more responsive for the Atlas. Both vehicles had a good turning radius, and the Highlander may have felt like a lower center-of-gravity, but it also felt floaty in response to steering, while the Atlas was precise. "
"The Highlanders front seats are pretty even in seat quality and comfort, but the interior is better wrapped around the driver than the Atlas. One caveat is that the Atlas provides more room for larger drivers, but the Highlander is a bit more comfortable for most drivers. "
"This was the easiest call. The Atlas has three rows of adult-size seating. While they dont try to cram three seats into the back row, you can actually sit two full-grown adults in both the second and third row, while the Highlanders back row is toddler-sized only. "
"They both handle very nice, "
"The room inside"