Toyota Highlander is one of the most popular SUVs on the roads. It is still a top seller for Toyota this year, despite

not seeing much in the way of changes since its 2019 launch. The popularity of the Toyota Highlander, its

size (7-seat) and overall comfort make it a reliable SUV worth considering. Your SUV will last about 20 years

if you drive between 13,000 and 15,000 miles per year. About 20% of Highlander owners keep their Highlander

models even after 15 years. The 2015 Highlander owners reported more than 600 problems. Most common

issues are electrical problems and problems with interior accessories. Many drivers complained of uncomfortable

seats. It's not a major mechanical issue, so it's a relief. Padded covers can make the seats more comfortable. You

can also make the seats more comfortable by covering them with padded covers. Electrical problems include

reports of power locks freezing, power lock failures, infotainment screen freezing and radio randomly rebooting. The

steering locking up or losing its power. Heated seats going crazy with extremely hot temperatures. J.D. Power

based on thousands of reviews from verified holders. Each vehicle is given a score from Power based on tens of