2013 Toyota Highlander Limited Reviews
It really got up to speed satisfactorily for my commuter drive, and they still did an excellent job slowing this creature down, while the breaks did not bite as much as I'd have enjoyed. The Highlander is topheavy, so do not anticipate any stunning cornering maneuvers, but I had no trouble switching lanes or moving around other vehicles on the street.
The Highlander really does not feel too high when hopping behind the wheel and its particular height is most likely small-child friendly. Plus, there's lots of space for six passengers to spread out-and get comfy.
Of course, that might all be repaired when the Highlander arrives for the 2014 model year. Nevertheless, it was good to obtain a refresher within the present version before the newest one gets here.
2013 Toyota Highlander 4WD V6 - Exterior and Interior Walkaround - 2013 Montreal Auto Show
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