Toyota Highlander USD Sold
Toyota
2010 2010 Highlander
5TDJK3EH1AS032906
South Hills Toyota Contact Details:
Main address: 16002 PA Butler US,
Vehicle ID 265096729-12

Used SOLD: 2010 Toyota Highlander

Offered for Sale By: South Hills Toyota

VIN:
5TDJK3EH1AS032906
Vehicle:
SOLD: 2010 Toyota Highlander
Color:
Unknown (Cypres / Brown (Sand bei
Mileage:
97,898
Dealer:
South Hills Toyota
Location:
Butler, PA
Zip:
Listed:
SOLD
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You can find this 2010 Toyota Highlander SE and many others like it at Washington Auto Mall. Off-road or on the street, this Toyota Highlander SE handles with ease. Taking the road less traveled has never been more fun than with this 4WD. With improved performance, mileage and acceleration, this 2010 4WD Toyota Highlander SE is king of the off-road. One of the best things about this Toyota Highlander is that it has low, low mileage. It' s ready for you to truly break it in. More information about the 2010 Toyota Highlander%3A The 2010 Toyota Highlander is still seen as one of the best combinations of an SUV and sedan available in the United States. Offering seating for seven adults, the Highlander is surprisingly versatile. When properly equipped, the upper-end Highlanders can tow up to 5,000 pounds. MSRP starts at %252425,855. Estimated mileage is 20 mpg city and 27 mpg highway for the base 4-cylinder trim. The hybrid version starts at just under %252435,000 and is capable of 27 mpg in the city. Interesting features of this model are Roomy and versatile interior, responsive acceleration, seating for seven adults, V6 towing capability, confident ride, and hybrid availability


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