2014 Toyota Highlander Limited V6 AWD Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Review

2014 Toyota Highlander Limited V6 AWD Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Review

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flexor212000 says:

Toyota just can’t build the interior right. Take a look at 12:10 for
example. A piller gap. It’s those small fit problems that drive me crazy!
Keeps me away from the brand. Well that in quality control overall..

Brian Viveiros says:

Hey Kyle, I know you are busy with videos and stuff, but do you think you
can Review a 2014 Tundra? Preferably the Limited, Platinum, or 1794
edition? That would be awesome if you could! Keep up the good work man! 

Seant9080 says:

Btw, your audio is way off in some places. Like when you revved the car.

Alex Martinez says:

can you please do 2015 ford mustang

thebluexanadu78 says:

I love how much bigger the new Highlander is and that it has a better horn
too. Please do a video of the 2015 Camry when it starts hitting
dealerships!! Thanks!!

Alex Miller says:

Could you do a 2014 Tacoma? Please.

Damien Beckett says:

How come in the US it’s called the Highlander but in Australia it’s called
the Kluger?

Austinrocks1100 says:

Saab, you should do a 2014 Nissan pathfinder hybrid.

Felix Larouche says:

‘Rice Toyota’ how original

gplayer13 says:

Awesome Review 🙂 Finally some Toyota’s . One question: Are you gonna
review the 2014 Toyota RAV 4?

KIevMan says:

Please make video about new FJ Cruiser.

Ryan Enstad says:

Rear profile looks like a 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited

ranlive1 says:

Kyle, I liked your comments from the back seat about the interior build
quality, especially for the price. I was thinking the same thing as I was
watching. Great job as always.

Frank Sandqvist says:

The differences between USA and Europe are pretty big when it comes to

Here in Europe, a 2.8 liter i4 would be considered ‘big’. Whereas in the
USA a 3.5l V6 is considered a medium spec engine. Crossovers with 1.6l
diesels aren’t unusual in Europe.

Wish I lived in the US :P

bend over says:

You look like your 12 years old. You should probably do something about
that. But anyway it was a good video. Not a good car, but a good video

John Appleseed says:

Hey Kyle, great video. Do you mind if you could do a 2013-14 Nissan Altima
2.5/3.5 SL and/or a 2013-14 Nissan Sentra SR or SL? It would be greatly
appreciated since I have been asking for a long time and trying to decide
what to buy between these two cars.

NotBen101 says:

This car is sooo….zZZZZZZZZZZZZ

nissanhusky95 says:

Interior looks as if it shares parts that the Camry has
Not sure about that engine grill though

Daniel Blaney says:

+Saabkyle04 can you do the Lincoln MKC.

swSephy | PC Games says:

Great video as always!

I always find it weird when the cargo area in a vehicle such as this is
lined with carpet instead of a rubber-like material or something else
that’s easy to clean.

MichaelB450 says:

Rice Toyota and Scion. That’s funny. 

VaZeTron says:

PLs make a acura mdx 09 elite

Edtweet says:

my family just got the 2014 toyota 4runner limited and we really like it

Alan Medina says:

there suzuki in EU ?

Alex Rivas says:

19:47 lol kyle looks like you combined the word estimate and guess to
create “guesstimate”

Gary Adam Jioe says:

still waiting koenisegg

wizardsofahmedplace says:


Ryan Enstad says:

Best interior review. Period.

flexor212000 says:

Might as well just get the van….

Seant9080 says:

Could you review a 2014 Audi A4?

landyachtfan79 says:

Sounds like it has that classic Nippondenso starter that Japanese cars have
had for decades. I also believe that it should be a requirement for all
cars to have that huge storage bin below the stereo & HVAC controls. 

Wisriverblue's Channel says:

Wow. Toyota’s really took it up a notch. Can’t wait for the 2014 Tundra

iloveagirlnamedlily says:

my dad has 5 buggatiis 

Isaiah Mason says:

Cool Vid thanks for the review tbh I like the your vids because they are so
true to how an average person would use it n not full of special cameras n
lighting effects or unnecessary n confusing metaphors like in professional
car reviews like “I don’t care that you wish the turning radius was tighter
mr. Reviewer your just nit-picking just back up and try again” I’m just
saying keep doing your vids your way it’s more realistic and purposeful to
a future car buyer

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