2005 Toyota Highlander V6 2WD with 3rd-Row Seat

2005 Toyota Highlander V6 2WD with 3rd-Row Seat


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This 2005 Toyota Highlander Limited is driven by front-wheel-drive systems and fitted with seating for seven passengers. Power originates from a 3.3-liter/220-horse V-6 engine. It comes with power windows and door locks, cruise control, tilt steering, a six-speaker AM/FM/CD sound system, and a rear-window wiper with defroster. Also this model add amenities such as power front seats, an eight-speaker stereo, heated outside mirrors, and an anti-theft system. Toyota dresses the Highlander’s basic two-box shape with sculpted muscle lines in the body, giving an otherwise boring exterior some character. The Highlander boasts an elevated seating position, without being an overly tall vehicle. Available appearance upgrades include 16-inch aluminum wheels, body-color mudguards, tinted windows, and a rear spoiler. Ingress and egress are easy slide-in/slide-out maneuvers thanks to the Highlander’s just-right height. Loading luggage into the rear is usually easy, though in tight quarters. Hoisting things up to the roof-mounted fastening rails also is also easy, due to the Highlander’s relatively modest 68-inch height. The Highlander’s interior is generally quiet and comfortable. Visibility is above average thanks to the high perch and thin body pillars. Ergonomics are superb; instrumentation and controls are simple and easy to read. The overall dash design was daring when introduced and has aged well. This Highlander has the third-row collapsible seat. Only children will be able to scramble back there and be comfortable, as only 30.2 inches of knees-in-the-face legroom is available. The back row does get a fan-speed adjustment controls for the rear heating system, along with cup holders. Grab handles and a convenient step in the rear-door opening immensely aid ingress to the third row. Toyota bestows this SUV with electronic stability and traction control, anti-lock disc brakes, electronic brake-force distribution, and emergency braking assist. All seating positions have height-adjustable headrests. In addition to driver and front passenger dual-stage airbags, Highlander offers optional front-side airbags and first- and second-row side-curtain inflatables. Toyota also fits this Highlander with a tire-pressure monitoring system. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the Highlander its highest marks (five stars) for front- and side-impact collisions, and the standard stability control system helps mitigate the risk of rollovers. The V-6 Highlander can be outfitted to tow up to 3,500 pounds–enough to easily pull a U-Haul trailer to college. This car just got a new VA State Inspection, very clean inside & outside.

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