|2014 toyota highlander reviews from edmunds||1.65||0.2||4986||61|
The reinvented three-row 2014 Toyota Highlander progresses in key areas while staying true to its no-nonsense roots. It's a top choice in the family crossover class. With all the family-friendly crossovers on the market these days, it's a full-time job just keeping them straight.Is the Toyota Highlander a middle of the road SUV?
The 2014 Toyota Highlander’s cavalcade of improvements make a formerly bland, middle-of-the-road SUV stand out with bold styling and improved family friendliness. Toyota listened to consumers while redesigning the seven/eight-seat 2014 Highlander and responded to demands for more cabin and cargo room, dynamic styling and premium amenities.What's the price of a new Toyota Highlander?
Base pricing starts at $30,075 for a base four-cylinder LE with destination, while volume-seller Toyota Highlander XLE models with all-wheel drive are $38,360 and include leather seating with heated front seats, navigation, three-zone climate control, smart keyless entry, second-row sunshades and more.Which is better a Toyota Highlander or a Dodge Durango?
There's also the handsome-looking and sportier 2014 Dodge Durango or the three-row 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe, which stacks up nicely against the Highlander across the board. But the Highlander has history and the Toyota nameplate on its side, and it's better than ever for 2014.