Toyota Highlander- 05' Beige/Tan 1owner, Clean, Serviced $11999

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Default Toyota Highlander- 05' Beige/Tan 1owner, Clean, Serviced $11999









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2005 Toyota Highlander 2WD **ONE OWNER**Just Traded In and very clean inside and out! Champagne on Tan Cloth Seats-Power Driver Seat,Air Conditioning, Alarm, Anti-Lock Brakes, CD Player, Cruise Control, Keyless Entry, Passenger Airbag, Power Door Locks, Power Mirrors, Power Steering, Power Windows, Rear Defroster, Roof Racks, Tilt Steering etc. The car currently has 71,4xx miles and runs great-it has been well maintained and serviced by it's owner. The car gets great gas mileage and will make a great vehicle for any driver! NO accidents ever-ONE OWNER CARFAX CERTIFIED CLEAN- Qualifies for a Buyback Guarantee! This car needs nothing and is ready to go today! Priced at $11999 Please go to our website at www.EurobahnMotorsportsNC.com to see 30 detailed pictures as wel as more information about us. Call 336-542-3555 or toll free 877-492-6956 to speak with Sales. We are open weekdays 830am-630pm, Saturdays 9am-5pm and Sundays we accomodate by appointment only! Thanks















The Toyota Highlander was one of the first midsize "crossover" sport-utilities to appear on the scene. With its carlike unibody design, the original Highlander provided a variety of benefits over Toyota's more traditional SUVs, such as better handling, less cabin noise, improved crashworthiness and easier entry and exit for passengers. Like most crossovers, the Toyota Highlander appeals to consumers who want an SUV image, cargo-carrying versatility and carlike driving characteristics. Think of the Highlander as an elevated, oversize Camry wagon dressed for the great outdoors, and you've got the general idea. Redesigned for the 2008 model year, the current Toyota Highlander is a bit larger than its predecessor and features updated styling, a more powerful V6 engine and other new features. But even the first-generation Highlander remains one of the better values for individuals and families who need a comfortable, easy-to-drive vehicle that can carry a fair amount of cargo
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