2018 Toyota Highlander Diminished Value Case Study (PDF)
Thanks to its comfort and quiet ride, abundant standard features, and a just-right size, the 2018 Toyota Highlander is an excellent choice for a three-row crossover SUV.
The Highlander might be smaller than traditional truck-based SUVs like Toyota’s Sequoia, but it still boasts three comfortably sized seating rows. In addition to being simple to move around town, its fuel efficiency is above average for a three-row SUV. The third row may not be ideal for taller passengers, but kids will find it pleasantly accommodating. We also appreciate how Toyota equips every Highlander with its Toyota Safety Sense bundle that features adaptive cruise control, lane departure intervention, and forward collision mitigation with automatic emergency braking.
With its powerful V6, efficient brakes, intuitive and precise steering, and good towing and off-road abilities, the Highlander is one of the best in its class. As a result, tighter parking maneuvers might feel hairy in the Highlander. However, it has nice-and-easy steering for parking lots, and it is a very simple SUV to drive.
Was Your 2018 Toyota Highlander Involved in a Car Crash?
It was a regular day, you were minding your own business and unexpectedly had a car accident. Did you know that a wrecked and repaired car can lose over $6,955 in value?
|Diminished Value Calculator|
|Before Accident Cash Value||$34,775|
|After Accident Cash Value||$27,820|
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