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Used Toyota Highlander for Sale

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2010 Toyota Highlander Base

2010 Toyota Highlander Base - 85,339 mi

Bolivar, TN - Listed 11 days ago

  • $3,578 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , 2 positives , low miles
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2015 Toyota Highlander XLE

2015 Toyota Highlander XLE - 27,790 mi

Santa Ana, CA - Listed 4 days ago

  • $7,098 below market price
  • 1-owner , low miles
  • 1 price drop in 5 days
$23,499
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2015 Toyota Highlander Limited

2015 Toyota Highlander Limited - 26,542 mi

West Palm Beach, FL - Listed 11 days ago

  • $5,548 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , low miles
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2005 Toyota Highlander Base

2005 Toyota Highlander Base - 159,900 mi

Houston, TX - Listed 1 day ago

  • $1,681 below market price
  • 1-owner
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2013 Toyota Highlander Base Plus

2013 Toyota Highlander Base Plus - 95,875 mi

Elkhorn, NE - Listed 4 days ago

  • $3,643 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , 1 positive
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2013 Toyota Highlander

2013 Toyota Highlander - 68,278 mi

Chicago, IL - Listed 10 days ago

  • $6,058 below market price
  • low miles
  • 1 price drop in 11 days
$18,745
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2013 Toyota Highlander Base Plus

2013 Toyota Highlander Base Plus - 22,411 mi

Buffalo, NY - Listed 25 days ago

  • $5,347 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1 positive , low miles
$19,985
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2013 Toyota Highlander

2013 Toyota Highlander - 79,988 mi

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Listed 12 days ago

  • $4,017 below market price
  • 1-owner
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2018 Toyota Highlander 3444

2018 Toyota Highlander 3444 - 1,795 mi

Franklin, KY - Listed 8 days ago

  • $5,111 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , low miles
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2014 Toyota Highlander XLE

2014 Toyota Highlander XLE - 96,957 mi

Savoy, IL - Listed 4 days ago

  • $4,092 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , 3 positives , high miles
$19,395
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2007 Toyota Highlander

2007 Toyota Highlander - 180,178 mi

Orlando, FL - Listed today

  • $2,027 below market price
  • 1 positive
27
2016 Toyota Highlander XLE

2016 Toyota Highlander XLE - 38,453 mi

Riverside, CA - Listed 2 days ago

  • $3,799 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , 2 positives
$28,000
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2015 Toyota Highlander LE

2015 Toyota Highlander LE - 20,213 mi

Orlando, FL - Listed today

  • $3,032 below market price
  • 1-owner , 3 positives , low miles
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2009 Toyota Highlander Sport

2009 Toyota Highlander Sport - 169,383 mi

Columbus, IN - Listed 2 days ago

  • $1,923 below market price
  • 1-owner , 2 positives
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2015 Toyota Highlander XLE

2015 Toyota Highlander XLE - 22,889 mi

Lithia Springs, GA - Listed 49 days ago

  • $5,246 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , 2 positives , low miles
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Analysis for Used Toyota Highlander for Sale

  • 11,905 cars for sale found, starting at $1,993
  • Average price for Used Toyota Highlander: $25,625
  • 2,813 deals found. Average savings of $1,563
  • Save up to $8,714 below estimated market price

What Toyota Highlander model year and mileage can you get for your budget?

  • Used 2018 Toyota Highlander SUV: typical price range is $35,499 to $38,993 with mileage going from 1,000 to 12,990 miles
  • Used 2017 Toyota Highlander SUV: typical price range is $32,707 to $36,534 with mileage going from 2,354 to 27,645 miles
  • Used 2016 Toyota Highlander SUV: typical price range is $30,149 to $34,334 with mileage going from 9,965 to 46,622 miles
  • Used 2015 Toyota Highlander SUV: typical price range is $26,940 to $31,473 with mileage going from 16,931 to 63,825 miles
  • Used 2014 Toyota Highlander SUV: typical price range is $23,164 to $29,204 with mileage going from 25,816 to 89,105 miles

Used Toyota Highlander Rankings

(Based on Last 5 Years' Data)
#1 of 41 Most Spacious Midsize SUVs
#2 of 46 3rd Row SUVs with Most Leg Room
#2 of 43 SUVs Owners Keep for a Decade
#4 of 27 3rd Row SUVs with Best 5-Year Depreciation
#5 of 39 Most Fuel Efficient Gas 3rd Row SUVs
#5 of 31 Longest Lasting Crossover SUVs
#7 of 46 Most Popular 3rd Row SUVs
#8 of 46 Greenest 3rd Row SUVs
#10 of 28 Midsize SUVs with Most Towing Capacity

Price By Model Year

Year Starting Price Deals Listings
2019 Toyota Highlander for Sale $39,565 - 1 listing
2018 Toyota Highlander for Sale $25,888 Save $8,629 on 150 deals 792 listings
2017 Toyota Highlander for Sale $23,791 Save $7,667 on 283 deals 1,115 listings
2016 Toyota Highlander for Sale $10,900 Save $9,657 on 570 deals 2,667 listings
2015 Toyota Highlander for Sale $13,995 Save $7,116 on 601 deals 2,962 listings
2014 Toyota Highlander for Sale $11,900 Save $8,714 on 139 deals 606 listings
2013 Toyota Highlander for Sale $9,890 Save $6,713 on 284 deals 837 listings

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Price of Used Toyota Highlander in top 10 Cities

Starting Price Deals Listings
Toyota Highlander in Houston $4,950 Save $3,198 on 68 deals 259 listings
Toyota Highlander in Atlanta $5,300 Save $5,246 on 76 deals 425 listings
Toyota Highlander in Dallas $4,100 Save $2,888 on 51 deals 261 listings
Toyota Highlander in Chicago $3,495 Save $6,058 on 86 deals 396 listings
Toyota Highlander in Miami $4,800 Save $4,101 on 56 deals 155 listings
Toyota Highlander in Los Angeles $3,300 Save $7,098 on 65 deals 210 listings
Toyota Highlander in Philadelphia $3,297 Save $3,765 on 127 deals 582 listings
Toyota Highlander in San Antonio $5,850 Save $3,300 on 37 deals 144 listings
Toyota Highlander in Phoenix $4,500 Save $5,319 on 40 deals 127 listings
Toyota Highlander in Orlando $3,995 Save $5,868 on 42 deals 133 listings
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Toyota Highlander Test Drive Reviews

2017 Toyota Highlander

Outside of minivans, large three-row sport utilities and crossovers are the family vehicles of choice. None are more family friendly than the Toyota Highlander, which sees a significant refresh for the 2017 model year.

The Highlander sits in the midsize three-row crossover segment with mid-range exterior appeal and a very ergonomic and well-done interior. The 2017 Toyota Highlander is a top pick for this three-row family segment because of that interior and the generally thoughtful design elements that go into the Highlander overall. Small touches make everyday uses, such as grocery grabbing, kid wrangling and weekend getaways, easier.

For the 2017 model year, the Highlander's mid-cycle refresh includes some exterior styling updates, a new V6 engine, new safety technology and a new SE trim level. These changes build on the Highlander's already well-deserved reputation for excellence.
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2016 Toyota Highlander

The 2016 Toyota Highlander is a benchmark for the midsize three-row crossover segment. Its contemporary exterior look and highly ergonomic, family-friendly interior set the tone for the segment as a whole. Although there are strong contenders in this market, the 2016 Highlander remains a top pick thanks to its excellent qualities and its segment-best hybrid option. Not much has changed for the 2016 model year, with the excellent 2014 year redesign and 2015 updates carrying forward. A highlighted update this year is the standard towing package for all V6 models.
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2013 Toyota Highlander

In only its second generation of production, the 2013 Toyota Highlander is among the top picks for a midsize SUV. Unlike its cousin, the 4Runner, the Highlander is built for on-road comfort and prowess. The 2013 Toyota Highlander comes in both the standard and hybrid versions. North American sales for the standard version have risen steadily since 2009.

Although it doesn't possess the largest cargo capacity of the class, the 2013 Toyota Highlander manages to shine in just about every other area. Families looking for an SUV with an available third-row seat would be hard pressed to find something better, especially given its safety, reputation for reliability, and family-friendly features.
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What to consider in buying a used Toyota Highlander?

The Toyota Highlander is a five-door crossover-style vehicle seating up to seven passengers as a midsize CUV. This crossover utility vehicle was introduced in 2001 and has won awards for its family friendliness and daily usability. The Highlander sits above the RAV4 and next to the body-on-frame SUV 4Runner in the Toyota crossover-SUV lineup.

The first-generation Highlander was produced until 2007 and featured both a four- and six-cylinder engine option with either a four-speed or five-speed automatic transmission, depending on engine choice. Pre-2004 models did not have a third row option, thus seating only five. The Toyota Highlander quickly gained a reputation as a comfortable on-road family vehicle with high safety ratings.

In 2005, Toyota introduced a hybrid model of the Highlander, which operated as a gasoline-electric model with improved fuel economy and, according to critics, better road dynamics due to its lower center of gravity.

The second-generation Toyota Highlander was introduced in 2008, dropping the four-cylinder base engine in favor of a six-cylinder. A four-cylinder was introduced in 2009. Transmissions included a five- and six-speed automatic. The Hybrid model was retained as well, though improved with new-generation technology. Again, family-friendliness and safety were top hallmarks of the Highlander.

The third-generation of the Highlander entered showrooms in 2013. Four- and six-cylinder engines were still offered, but now with six-speed and eight-speed automatic transmissions. This longer and wider Highlander gained a reputation for being more difficult to maneuver in tight spaces, but also for having an extremely spacious interior. Seating for eight became an option with a second-row bench. The Highlander Hybrid model was retained, this time with a more advanced version of Toyota's Synergy Drive system.

Most consumer complaints about the Highlander are from its first-generation where high mileage vehicles often have engine wear issues with excessive oil usage and some engine failures. The Highlander otherwise enjoys a good reputation for reliability.
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