Reviewers agree: The 2008 Toyota Highlander has all the options (and maybe a few more) that almost anyone can ask for.
Edmunds says in the Highlander, Toyota offers "three trim levels -- base, Sport and Limited" that come with an array of standard features that would make a mother proud. The base version has “17-inch alloy wheels, privacy glass, a fold-flat third-row seat, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, air-conditioning, a CD stereo with an auxiliary input jack and full power accessories.” Sport versions get a CD changer and a rearview camera, along with better seat fabric. And the Limited gets leather, a power driver seat, and wood grain trim.
Cars.com says options are extensive in this Toyota; 2008 versions can include a “navigation system, JBL premium audio, a backseat DVD player, a moonroof, a power tailgate and heated front seats.” The third-row seat can also be deleted to save $740, they note.
ConsumerGuide says that in the Highlander, Toyota molds in "top-notch small item storage includes 10 cupholders and 4 bottle holders, not to mention assorted map pockets and other convenient nooks and crannies."