2007 Toyota Highlander
184,189 Miles | Forest City, NC
$6,750
est. $97/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
143,250 Miles | Saint Peters, MO
$6,990
est. $101/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
153,360 Miles | Milwaukee, WI
$8,000
est. $115/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
158,187 Miles | Salinas, CA
$8,995
est. $130/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
91,282 Miles | Fairfield, CA
$11,350
est. $164/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
130,927 Miles | Chippewa Falls, WI
$9,917
est. $143/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
94,020 Miles | Triadelphia, WV
$10,985
est. $158/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
113,647 Miles | Corvallis, OR
$9,999
est. $144/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
130,232 Miles | Muscle Shoals, AL
$7,339
est. $106/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
229,593 Miles | Cape May Court House, NJ
$6,497
est. $94/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
138,439 Miles | Bozeman, MT
$8,990
est. $130/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
157,925 Miles | Waukee, IA
$7,190
est. $104/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
107,120 Miles | Naperville, IL
$7,788
est. $112/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
126,535 Miles | Prestonsburg, KY
$8,980
est. $129/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
150,000 Miles | Murfreesboro, TN
$7,999
est. $115/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
148,335 Miles | Jordan, NY
$9,295
est. $134/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
102,023 Miles | Lapeer, MI
$6,990
est. $101/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
247,000 Miles | Shreveport, LA
$4,250
est. $61/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
130,901 Miles | Olathe, KS
$7,980
est. $115/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander
151,914 Miles | Sacramento, CA
$8,888
est. $128/mo

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2007 Toyota Highlander Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
5.0
Performance
4.5
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
5.0

2007 Toyota Highlander Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Toyota Highlander - Dependable Car

Angela
Bellflower, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
The Toyota Highlander is a dependable car. I have owned it for about eight years and have had very minimal maintenance issues with it. The overall look is quite classy, with carefully designed details such as on the doors. The car also has no blind spots, which is important for new drivers. The drive is very smooth. Going uphill is exceptionally easy. The V6 engine makes it a fast car. It is, however, quite bulky, so you can feel the air resistance when the wind is strong.
Story
Four friends and I were stuck in traffic one time after running a half marathon. We were all very tired, but decided to make the most of the situation by rolling down the windows and singing for everyone else that were stuck in traffic.
Pros
The best asset of the Toyota Highlander is the space inside. It can seat up to seven people, even though the two in the far back would have to be younger children or smaller adults. If not used as seats, the trunk offers a lot of space for groceries, luggage, et cetera. Moreover, the Toyota Highlander has a very stable feel when being driven on the road. The Toyota Highlander also has racks on top of the car to mount large objects such as surfboards and flat-pack furniture. This car is built for the family and for friends. With its size and capacity, it is the perfect road trip car.
Cons
The V6 engine uses a lot of gas and can be quite expensive on long road trips. Steering can be quite difficult because it is a pretty large car.

2007 Toyota Highlander - I love my little Tonka toy.

Laura
Poplarville, Mississippi
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
When I first bought this car, it was out of necessity. I had to have the third row due to kids. My Suburban broke down on me and was useless as a trade in. The trusted lot I went to had only one third row available. I agreed to it without even seeing it. I knew I could afford it, and that it had only one previous owner. So I drove it off. Completely hating it the entire time. I jokingly called it the Tonka toy due to its tiny size when compared to a Suburban. It is very small. However, after a few months it started to grow on me. It does incredibly well on fuel. It has a 'get up and go' that the Suburban didn't have. I can still fit all of my children in it with ease. I have never had to do anything serious to it. Just your basic oil change/tires here and there. Nothing major. The only... (more)
Story
My husband and I bought a mattress. We did not think through bringing this mattress home. We figured it would fold up and fit in the car with the seats down. FYI: It doesn't. The mattress was a queen. We ended up putting it on the roof and holding it down with yarn! We had it tied in several places plus wrapped it through the windows and around the roof/mattress and held onto it with our hands... (more)
Pros
The Highlander has amazing fuel efficiency. This was a huge deal for me since I live in a rural area. I have to drive an hour in any direction for a major town. The car only had one owner, and he took wonderful care of it. He always took it to the Toyota dealership for every little thing. So I know exactly what has ever happened to this car.
Cons
It's so small! It really is a toy of a car. However, I quickly got used to this and got over it. It's worth its flaws. It is a little backwards under the hood, but that's to be expected with a Toyota.

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