2013 Toyota Highlander Fits Practical Family #ToyotaAdventure

IMG_7126This past week, I was given the opportunity to take a #ToyotaAdventure with the 2013 Toyota Highlander Limited V6 for a test drive. The Highlander works hard to satisfy the people-moving needs of families. It doesn’t try to be exciting or rugged, but it simply rolls along safely and comfortably.

2013 Toyota Highlander excel at people-toting. I appreciated the Highlander’s ride height and the height of its seats. In front or in the second row, they’re easy to climb into (or easy to lift a child into), and their wide, soft and flat contours make getting in easy. My husband liked its practical, spacious interior. The Highlander’s well-built, well-equipped cabin puts all the controls where they need to be, without all that much heed to fashion. 2013 Toyota Highlander has a display audio system with a USB port, Bluetooth audio streaming and Bluetooth hands-free calling connectivity. It also includes a rear backup camera, black roof rails and a cargo cover. I loved the convenience of the three-zone automatic climate control and dual power front seats, as well as woodgrain trim and the JBL premium audio system.IMG_7189

This Toyota Highlander v6 had the confidence for passing or quick takeoffs. It also has a four-wheel drive that should get you through a muddy driveway or deep snow. 2013 Toyota Highlander stays true to its family-oriented purpose with a strong set of safety features. The only thing missing are some of the advanced safety features, such as blind-spot monitors and lane-departure warning systems. Dual front, side and curtain airbags are among the Highlander’s standard equipment, as are a driver knee airbag, daytime running lights, downhill assist control (4WD models) and hill-start assist.

2013 Toyota Highlander is spacious and versatile in all the ways a busy family would want. My favorite feature is the Conversation Mirror. I always had my eyes on the road and on the kids. 🙂IMG_7199

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