2010 Toyota Highlander Review

2010 Toyota Highlander photo
  1. Original MSRP$25,855 - $34,670
  2. Price Range$9,580 - $14,995
  3. Average Selling Price$12,029
  4. Fuel Economy (MPG)20/27 City/Hwy
  5. Body StylesSUV

User Reviews for 2010 Toyota Highlander

4.7
3 Reviews
5 Star

66.7%

4 Star

33.3%

3 Star

0%

2 Star

0%

1 Star

0%

Interior

5.0

Exterior

4.0

Performance

4.3

Family

5.0

Cost

4.3

by Sonixmon on June 15, 2019

Nice family car, decent mileage
"I think this carries on the Highlander name pretty well, rides nice and is safe for the family. First 5 seats pretty roomy, rear two ok for kids on short trips. Nice cross between full minivan and big SUV."
Interior

5.0

Comfort and convinience
Exterior

5.0

Nice design, stylish
Performance

4.0

Good pep for decent mileage. Mainly use ECO mode to keep the mileage up.
Family

5.0

Kids love it.
Cost

5.0

Good used value, typical for Toyota

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by P-J on June 10, 2019

Excellent Vehicle / Bad Car Dealer
"Perfect vehicle for driving Uber & lyft"
Interior

5.0

Very clean & spacious I could tell that the vehicle was well maintained on the inside.
Exterior

4.0

The car came with a few scratches & dents around it as a used vehicle still not too bad though. Very clean Modern Stylish looking car. At night people have asked if it's a new car
Performance

5.0

Drives really nicely you can't beat Toyota for dependability. 
Family

5.0

The car is very spacious & comfortable on the inside & seats an extra 2 passengers with the third row seating which brings the the total passengers to 6.
Cost

5.0

This vehicle burns 30% less fuel than a normal one & gives an average of around 25 miles to the gallon over all.

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by J Morgan on September 3, 2016

2010 Highlander Limited - Hail Damaged
"If I had driven a highlander years ago, I would have purchased one years ago. The keys to my satisfaction is the space, performance, road visibilty, and last but actually most surprising has been the attitude and responsiveness of the Ehrlich Toyota of Greeley sales and service folks, from the managers to car washer, all top notch. "
Interior

5.0

Previous owner must have had very well behaved kids..... or none. Very clean floor and leather seats. The detail shop for the dealership did a great job of de-dusting the crevices in the instrument and console areas. Under the engine bonnet is a virtual dining area. The service history show owner care for maintenance. Storage areas in front seat area glove box and console are ample and door pockets too. Covered "tools storage" area just inside the power tailgate are a nice feature. There is usable storage in the leg well of the third seat that I will probably use more that the actual seats. Some space also also exists under the second row seats. Rear over head air vents with rear control position is a real nice feature if you're back there in extreme weather.
Exterior

3.0

All paint surfaces are intact and show no signs of body work. The major roof hail damage essentially made "dent doctor" repair estimator walk away declaring the roof a total replacement need. His estimated cost to do a best effort on the few dents in sides and doors and the roof replace were deducted from the asking price. Naturally, I figure the asking price was set with this negotiation in mind ahead of my ever approaching the car. But, never the less, I found it to be an acceptable condition.
Performance

4.0

The engine starting is instantaneous. Response from a stop is not high performance but this is a family car ( 7 passenger ) that weighs like 4000 lbs. Pickup at highway speed is adequate with all shifting of the 5 speed A/T giving an surprisingly smooth transition. Car age was just under 88K miles at purchase. Now we have added roughly 300 miles. Road noise is pleasantly muted. Engine noise is eerily quiet always.
Family

5.0

Easy entry on all four doors for all passengers. Seats are wide and comfortable. Even easy for an arthritic hip pain sufferer, who's old. With exception of the center seat position of the second row. It is a removable / exchangeable option that is quite narrow and has minimal padding. This seat can be exchanged with a console with storage space and cup holders. We have not yet tried the third seat although it was in position when we first drove the car. Looked to be acceptable for younger bones.
Cost

3.0

The gas consumption has reliably shown in the on-board display to be right on the factory sticker numbers for city vs highway 17 / 23. Missed highway / city usually yields 21 to 22 mpg. Our aim is to make this our primary use vehicle in order to preserve the newer family car so keep its resale value maximized. Our purchase price as described ( hail damage / windshield replaced / new tries / 3 free 5K oil changes) was $16,235 cash. Oh one shock ! We needed to purchase a spare "smart key"...... $300 plus another $50 or so for the emergency key. Oh well.

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CARFAX Info for 2010 Toyota Highlander

CARFAX offers millions of used cars for sale nationwide. Every listing includes the vehicle history. The data below is updated daily, based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
2010 Toyota Highlander Deals on CARFAX
Percentage of 2010 Toyota Highlander for sale on CARFAX that are Great, Good, and Fair Value deals. Values are determined by whether the selling price is above, below, or the same as the history-based CARFAX Value.
Great Value
(37)
Good Value
(64)
Fair Value
(51)
No Badge
(47)
VEHICLE HISTORY SUMMARY
The Vehicle History Summary represents the percentage of cars available for sale on CARFAX that are reported to have no accidents or damage, had 1-owner, been used as a personal or personal lease car, and/or have service history information.
No Accidents or Damage Reports

65%

CARFAX 1-Owner

39%

Personal Use

100%

Service History

99%

2010 Toyota Highlander Pricing

The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is the "sticker price" for this vehicle, including optional equipment, when it was new. The price range for the 2010 Toyota Highlander is $9,580 - $14,995. The average selling price is $12,029. The data below is updated daily, based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX. Price range and average selling price are based on the median selling price while CARFAX Value is a VIN-specific value based on the vehicle's history.

Original MSRP
$25,855 - $34,670
Price Range
This is the price range for the 2010 Toyota Highlander based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
$9,580 - $14,995
Average Selling Price
$12,029
CARFAX Value
This is the range of CARFAX Values for the 2010 Toyota Highlander on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
$8,330 - $15,390
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2010 Toyota Highlander Pricing By Trim
  1. TrimPrice RangeAverage Selling PriceCARFAX Value
  2. Base$8,997 - $13,900$11,051$7,830 - $14,010
  3. SE$9,700 - $14,987$11,789$9,110 - $13,740
  4. Sport$10,595 - $14,997$12,449$10,290 - $13,340
  5. Limited$9,992 - $15,554$13,052$8,580 - $17,420

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