For the complete review of the 2014 Toyota Highlander visit AutoGuide.com.Family-focused crossovers aren’t the most electrifying vehicles on the road. They’re typically ponderous, overweight and thirstier than they should be. Is this a description of a car or your eccentric uncle?
Injecting some much appreciated visual flair into Toyota showrooms across the country is the completely redesigned 2014 Highlander. One of the first things you’ll probably notice about this all-new three-row people hauler is its expressive new body. This crossover makes quite a statement, with its gaping, almost Lexus-like grille.
And it ought to look nice; the first design company stylists came up with was scrapped because it just wasn’t good enough. The result of that mulligan is dramatically more interesting than today’s model, though from the rear it does look like it’s got a load in its diaper.