2001 Toyota Highlander Owner's Manual

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The 2001 Toyota Highlander is a compact crossover SUV known for its reliability, practicality, and comfortable ride. It offers a spacious and versatile interior, making it suitable for both daily commuting and family adventures. Introduced in 2000, the 2001 Highlander belongs to the first generation of the model, manufactured by Toyota.

Key Specifications:
– Size: Length: Approximately 184.4 inches, Width: Approximately 71.9 inches, Height: Approximately 66.7 inches to 68.3 inches
– Weight: Approximately 3,350 pounds to 3,615 pounds (depending on trim level and configuration)
– Wheel Size: Varies depending on trim level

1. Toyota Highlander Base
2. Toyota Highlander Limited

Engine Options:
1. 2.4L 4-cylinder engine
2. 3.0L V6 engine

Notable Updates:
– Comfortable and spacious interior
– Smooth and refined ride
– Available all-wheel drive
– Added safety features

1. Honda CR-V
2. Ford Escape
3. Subaru Forester

Common searches in the owner’s manual of the 2001 Toyota Highlander include:
– Maintenance schedule
– Operating the audio and navigation systems
– Tire maintenance and inflation
– Troubleshooting common issues

Common causes of breakdowns in the 2001 Toyota Highlander include:
1. Engine problems
2. Transmission issues
3. Electrical system malfunctions
4. Brake system failures
5. Suspension and steering issues

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