2017 Toyota Highlander: Don’t Prepare To Get Comfy

There are a lot of things that make the Toyota Highlander a great people hauler but the one enjoying the vehicle will not be the driver but the passenger.

Some buyers have reported that despite all the perks the Toyota Highlander has, it is just not the most comfortable vehicle to drive in. There were reports saying that the seat gets pretty uncomfortable after driving it for 30 to 40 minute. That was one of the problems the consumers had with the 2016 model but it seems like the 2017 model also has the issue.

Of course, there are also other that said that they had no issue with the front seat at all and they don’t think that it is exceptionally uncomfortable. What do you think?

The 2017 Toyota Highlander will be powered by a 3.5 liter 6 cylinder engine that will be offering about 295hp. The vehicle will return about 20mpg in the city and 27mpg on the highway.

Steven Estevez

I am an automotive journalist with 15 years of experience. I am writing articles for the Motoring Crunch magazine. I love everything related to cars, trucks and pickups, as well as motorcycles. My contact e-mail: [email protected]

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