2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

    (4 Reviews)




    MSRP
    $33,030 - $39,290
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    • Overview

      The Toyota Highlander promises top-notch quality, durability and reliability. But it's also a practical and easy mannered SUV. The Hybrid produces less environmentally harmful pollution and offers better gas mileage.

    • Pricing

      MSRP
      $33,030 - $39,290
      Invoice Price
      $29,561 - $35,198
      Monthly Payment
      $623 - $741
    • Specs

      Horsepower
      208 BHP
      Cargo capacity
      80.6 cu.ft.
      Seating
      7 passengers
      Towing capacity
      2000 lbs
      MPG
      33 City / 28 Hwy
      Drive type
      front-wheel
    • Review & Rating

      “Turn the key in the hybrid and there's a few-second pause for the "ready" light to go on. Then wait of a few more seconds for the nickel-metal-hydride batteries to activate the electric motor to get the machine going. Chances are ..."
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    • Safety

      • Anti-lock brakes
      • Stability control
      • Front-impact airbags
      • Side impact airbags
      • Overhead airbags
      • Pretensioners
      • Security system

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