2004 Toyota Highlander V6 3rd Roll Seat Sunroof Silver !!very Clean!! on 2040-cars
I IN GREAT CONDITION HAS LITTLE SCRATCH ON THE LEFTREAR QUARTER AND THE LEFT REAR RUNS AND DRIVES OUT EXCELLANT
Parsons, Tennessee, United States
YOUR LOOKING AT A 2004 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER V6,SUNROOF, 3RD ROOL SEAT,SILVER WITH GRAY CLOTH,VERY NICE CLEAN UNIT,INTERIOR IS IN GREAT CONDITION AND VERY CLEAN, EXTERIOR I IN GREAT CONDITION HAS LITTLE SCRATCH ON THE LEFTREAR QUARTER AND THE LEFT REAR RUNS AND DRIVES OUT EXCELLANT,HAS BEEN ROAD TESTED AND HAS NO MECHANICAL PROBLEMS. IF YOU NEED AN INPSPECTION NOT A PROBLEM WE WILL TAKE TO DEALER OR LOCAL SHOP AT BUYERS COST, COULD DRIVE ANYWHERE TODAY, ANY OTHER QUESTIONS FEEL FREE TO EMAIL OR GIVE US A CALL 731-845-3375 OR 731-847-9100 WE CAN ARRANGE SHIPPING OR PICK YOU UP AT NASHVILLE OR MEMPHIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT,IF ITS TITLE IN TENNESSEE WE HAVE TO CHARGE THE TN SALES TAXES,1000 DEPOSIT WITHEND 3 DAYS OF ENDING OF AUCTION BALANCE BEFORE SHIPPED OR PICK UP THANKS AND GOOD LUCK BIDDING
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Used to be that if you wanted a luxury automobile - especially one to be chauffeured around in - your choices were basically limited to a sedan. It could be bigger or smaller, more or less expensive, depending on your needs and budget, but it was always going to have four doors and a trunk. But these days the rich and famous are looking elsewhere for their commodious forms of pampering transportation. There are, of course, the crossovers and SUVs, which only seem to be getting bigger and more expensive thanks to the likes of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class, Range Rover L and upcoming Bentley sport-ute. But luxury vans are becoming the new big thing.
Wed, 27 Mar 2013 10:40:00 EST
That's the point that one dealer in Japan is trying to make to Toyota. The dealership owner himself reasons that if he's going out on the town, he's likely to take his chauffeured Lexus LS. But if he's taking a few friends along, even the biggest sedan isn't going to cut it. So he takes a Toyota Alphard (pictured above, also known as the Vellfire), a JDM van that's even bigger than a Voxy/Noah or Sienna but hardly a high-end affair. That's why he's asking Lexus to make a luxury van.
The idea may seem a little far-fetched, but isn't without precedent. It didn't take much for Lexus to transform the Land Cruiser into the LX and thus create its first luxury SUV. And as Mercedes has shown with pimped-out versions of the Sprinter and now with the debut of the new V-Class in Geneva, there's clearly a market for it... in some countries, anyway. The only question in our minds is how long it's going to take other luxury automakers to catch on, because let's face it: the Chrysler Town & Country ain't gonna cut it for those used to be driven around in a Maybach.
Toyota has pulled the wraps off its all-new, 2014 Highlander in New York this morning, giving Americans a first look at what is sure to be a heavyweight in the mid-size crossover segment.
Mon, 21 Oct 2013 11:57:00 EST
The new third-generation Highlander will come with the buyer's choice of three different powertrain options. The base model will be powered by a 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine coupled to a six-speed automatic transmission with front-wheel-drive. Next up the ladder is a 3.5-liter V6, also mated to the 6AT, which can be had with either front-or all-wheel-drive. Finally, the Highlander Hybrid will be equipped with all-wheel drive, its 3.5-liter V6 mated to an electric motor, all hooked up to a continuously variable transmission (CVT). The automaker has not released any specs for fuel economy or output yet, though we're promised increases in both power and efficiency.
While not a revolution in terms of styling, Toyota has cleaned up the bodywork for the new model, offering a crisp, conservative look for the slightly larger Highlander. The vehicle is some three inches longer and an inch-and-a-half wider than the outgoing model, yet it has a lower roofline. Black plastic-clad wheel arches make an attempt to butch up the crossover, though to our eyes, the Highlander still has the look of a minivan around the rear view.
People, us included, make a big stink about the importance of family sedans. There's no doubt they're critical - they represent a huge slice of the market's annual sales and profits. However, despite accounting for far fewer transactions than the midsize sedan segment, the fullsize sedan is getting attention from manufacturers now that our market's entire lineup of those (slightly) smaller four-doors has turned over in the last two years or so. As most of the fullsize segment's mainstays derive a fair bit of their platform and powertrain technologies from their midsize cousins, these larger four-doors offer the potential for fatter profit margins, too. And with the newly stylish duds found on many of the industry's most successful midsize sedans, it's only right that automakers no longer think about fullsizers as big, squishy, vanilla family haulers with flat seats, vague steering and a thin layer of 'luxury' in the form of faux wood trim.
As manufacturers have again started diving into large sedans feet-first, the cars themselves have become sharper. The interiors are now of a higher quality and loaded with tech, while the exteriors have become further extensions of each manufacturer's design language. There's perhaps no greater example of this than the Chevrolet Impala and Ford Taurus, two models that evolved from subpar offerings into market leaders. This segment-wide transformation happened quite quickly, whether because of coincidental timing or because manufacturers are trying to get more out of their big cars, recognizing they account for a small portion of overall sales (just 3.5 percent of the new-car market in the first half of 2013).
The 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid is one such vehicle. We remarked on the changes to the V6 variant last year, and while we previously had a quick steer of the gas-electric hybrid, we figured the new model was worth a closer week-long look.