In this video Greg Macke explains if you should buy a used Toyota Highlander. It is arguably the best used family car ever built.


    • Devon debeer
      Devon debeer

      420 lol

      about 1 day ago
    • Duke Raul
      Duke Raul

      It's always 4:20 in this cats videos. Nice job Greg the car guy hippie.

      about 2 days ago
    • Don P
      Don P

      I bought a 2001 V6 Highlander in 2005 with 47K miles on it for $17K. I'm still driving it at 240K miles. I would have guess I've spent no more than $1000/year on average for all maintenance including oil changes, brakes, tires, and repairs. In the last 8+ years I've been driving it in the mountains, including over a bunch of rough forest service roads. I'm looking for a truck and a camper to put on it to travel, but will keep the Highlander as a second car for local driving.

      about 3 days ago
    • Lithostheory

      4:58 420!!!!

      about 6 days ago
    • LostInPA

      I’m looking for one. 👍

      about 6 days ago
    • Francisco Gamboa
      Francisco Gamboa

      Nice! Opinions on newer Highlanders? Got a 2004, planning on updating

      about 11 days ago
    • MarzNet256

      Toyotas are so well made. I have a 2006 Matix AWD with 130k miles. Just restored the headlights. Looks and drives like new. It's such an awesome vehicle. It's like a cross between a Ferrari and a UPS truck.

      about 14 days ago
    • Wolf1979

      Was this filmed in Ojai, CA it looks it was filmed in Soule Park?

      about 15 days ago
    • Steven

      "Here's Why *You* Should *You* Buy a Used Toyota Highlander"
      Might want to fix the title, guys!

      about 15 days ago
    • Charge

      I found a 06 Synergy Hybrid Highlander with 435k miles for $4500 thats insane

      about 18 days ago
    • Joe Sparacio
      Joe Sparacio In reply to Charge

      I saw the same listing. The Toyota dealership that has it, has it listed for the retail price of $4,500. Totally insane to be able to retail a 2006 Highlander Hybrid with 435,000 miles on the clock.

      about 8 days ago
    • reagan simon
      reagan simon

      I am a car dealer and I have one 2005 Highlander Limited with 205,000 miles. I can't believe how smooth the car is and every single thing works like new. People try to lowball me because of the miles, but I know the car is built like smooth tank.

      about 21 day ago
    • reg profant
      reg profant

      ryan, white pants? Really?

      about 21 day ago
    • Syed Hasan
      Syed Hasan

      Would you recommend later models like 2008, 2012, 2013, etc.?

      about 26 days ago
    • Prelude Dude Si
      Prelude Dude Si

      I bought a 2005 Limited in March for 2,000$ I just turned 191,000 miles and it is running flawless and has plenty of pep

      about 26 days ago
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      about 28 days ago
    • Peshewa diy
      Peshewa diy

      I just bought a 2003 v6 and it's ok, but the 4 speed tranny gets me about 14-16 MPG. I wish I would have watched this before I purchased.

      about 1 month ago
    • eric solskjar
      eric solskjar

      Either a Honda or a Toyota is a good car

      about 1 month ago
    • ndu alaoma
      ndu alaoma

      Where can I buy this grade of car?

      about 1 month ago
    • Big D
      Big D In reply to ndu alaoma

      ndu alaoma good luck they are pretty rare. I’ve been checking criaglist everyday for the past 3 weeks and the best one and only really available now is in one state away

      about 29 days ago
    • Big D
      Big D

      Is the 4 cylinder good?

      about 1 month ago
    • Moe Ahmed
      Moe Ahmed

      2007 highlander with 180xxx miles for 4500 worth it ???

      about 1 month ago
    • Joe Sparacio
      Joe Sparacio In reply to Moe Ahmed

      Hell ya, if the car has a good history.

      about 7 days ago
    • Cal Ripson
      Cal Ripson

      Just remember to change the timing belt!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Idrissa Adamu
      Idrissa Adamu

      Please send me your e-mail. I will appreciate. I need your help pls

      about 1 month ago
    • olmose

      Bought ours in 2001, 156, 000 miles on it. Still has the ORIGINAL brake pads on it, believe it or not.  So much better quality than any GM car we had ever owned. Runs great, quiet, dependable. I'm due a new car after 18 years, but I love this old girl too much.

      about 1 month ago
    • Ulghart

      At this point, was this model a body-on-frame, or unibody?

      about 1 month ago
    • Big D
      Big D

      4:53 420😉

      about 1 month ago
    • NV HUSS
      NV HUSS

      Great review. The 2006 Hybrid 4WD also came in a base model with less amenities like no leather, moonroof or automatic climate control, etc... contrary to what was stated in the video. I owned the base model earlier, but now have a 2006 Highlander Hybrid LTD and love the vehicle. The Ltd. is well worth it over the base model... many little detail improvements/ amenities that are not mentioned in any of the brochures.

      about 1 month ago
    • bryant ramirez
      bryant ramirez

      Greg, and anyone considering getting a Highlander. I ended up getting a 250k mile Highlander because it was the most original, best running, and it was $1500. It still drives absolutely amazing. Every thing is SOUND on the suspension and drive train. Thank you for the review!!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • j freed
      j freed In reply to bryant ramirez

      You saved enough buy cash to set aside for any work, even a newer engine if it ever needs one.

      about 18 days ago
    • Franco Castro
      Franco Castro

      Toyota Avalon, those things are awesome, mostly because they were bought mostly by old people that really take care of their cars. A friend of mine moved to the US and got one, he had to use mistery oil in the transmission because 4th gear ( or fifth not sure ) wouldn't engage mostly because seems like it hadn't been used in years and oil gunked up in the selenoids. The car only was driven 5 miles a week. The rear seats were better that probable 1-2 yo cars and always garaged except the trunk that I guess didn't quite fit in the garage and looked a bit different than the rest of the car ( the color ) Toyota and Honda used to make great cars, sadly they are still the kings, but they quality is becoming a thing of the past. I don't want a shit ton of electronics, a 6inch screen, I want a japanese car that I'll be able to drive the next 20 years and preferable I can fix in my own garage or at least it is cheap to fix.

      about 1 month ago
    • TheAdkFlyer10

      I couldn’t agree more! My 2005 Highlander has over 415k miles and still going!

      about 1 month ago
    • eljuancho2
      eljuancho2 In reply to TheAdkFlyer10

      TheAdkFlyer10 I'm buying mines with 190k miles! I need this vehicle to last me 4 years!

      about 1 month ago
    • ernieD

      Hmm. I was about to go see trading my '15 Highlander-LE w/21,500 miles for a new '19 Honda Passport EX-L or '19 Outback Limited 3.6.
      Maybe I'll stay in my HL abit longer.
      No issues ever, I just never needed the 3rd row seat. It's stayed stowed since new.

      about 1 month ago