2012 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
    MSRP
    $38,715 - $44,370
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    2012 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Toyota Highlander Hybrid

    • The third row is a 50/50-folding setup that offers much more space than the first-gen Highlander's.

      - Car and Driver
    • Exceptional balance of performance and fuel economy, attractive cabin, flexible second-row seat design, standard third-row seat.

      - Edmunds.com

    What reviewers liked least about the Toyota Highlander Hybrid

    • Steep price compared to standard Highlander, all-wheel-drive system isn't as robust as most, kids will only fit in that third row.

      - Edmunds.com

    Toyota Highlander Hybrid Comparisons

    • The third-row seat is really only suited for kids, so if you need to carry more than five adult-sized people on a regular basis, the Tahoe/Yukon hybrids or something like the Ford Flex will be preferable.

      - Edmunds.com

    Best one-liner about the Toyota Highlander Hybrid

    • I drove in a slow, plodding way that makes the most of the hybrid's electric motor. The problem is this driving style annoys other motorists, especially those caught behind you.

      - The Wall Street Journal

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    See what reviewers from Car and Driver, Edmunds, Autoweek and other leading automotive publications liked most and least about the 2012 Toyota Highlander Hybrid.
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