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2014 Toyota Highlander Limited Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 9,857
edited September 2014 in Toyota

image2014 Toyota Highlander Limited Long-Term Road Test

Our new 2014 Toyota Highlander Limited got whisked away on a 2,500-mile road trip before most of the staff ever laid eyes on it.

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  • quadricyclequadricycle Posts: 827
    This is why I love that Toyota makes the Highlander AND the 4Runner. For those that don't need a truck frame under them, the Highlander is such a better option. In the same way, it is also nice to still have a more rugged SUV and 4WD for those that do need it. As the gear head of my friends and family (I imagine most on this site can relate), this is the first distinction I make to them when asked for advice on bigger vehicles. Sure, the image of that big, rugged, and powerful SUV is nice; but is it worth the increased cost, and decreased efficiency, comfort, onroad driving dynamics, and usually interior space if that ruggedness isn't needed. After thinking about it, most decide to look at more sensible options.
  • explorerx4explorerx4 Central CTPosts: 11,929
    College visits are great because it's all about the future. Enjoy your trip and if your daughter does choose 'The Ducks', get ready to buy lots of tee shirts.
    2017 Ford Fusion SE 2014 Ford F-150 FX4
  • I really like what Toyota has done to their CUV's as far as design and ergonomics.
  • creddcredd Posts: 5
    Dan, I am 6' 1" tall, longer in the leg than I am in the torso and I have the same issue with driving position. My company car is a Venza and because the steering wheel does not extend further, I can't get a comfortable seating position. After two years of this car, I am in physical therapy to relieve my persistent neck, shoulder, and middle back pain. I will never have another Toyota.
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