2006 Toyota Highlander Owner's Manual

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The 2006 Toyota Highlander is a midsize SUV that offers a comfortable and reliable driving experience, making it a popular choice for families and individuals seeking practicality and versatility. This model year marked the first generation of the Highlander, which was produced from 2001 to 2007.

Key Specifications:
– Dimensions: Varies depending on trim level
– Weight: Approximately 1,700 kg to 1,840 kg (varies depending on trim level and drivetrain)
– Wheel Size: Typically available in 16 to 17 inches

1. Toyota Highlander Base
2. Toyota Highlander Sport
3. Toyota Highlander Limited

Engine Options:
1. 2.4L 4-cylinder engine
2. 3.3L V6 engine

Notable Features:
– Spacious interior with seating for up to seven passengers
– Smooth and comfortable ride
– Reliable performance
– Available all-wheel drive
– Advanced safety features

1. Honda Pilot
2. Ford Explorer
3. Chevrolet Traverse
4. Nissan Pathfinder
5. Mazda CX-9

Commonly Sought Information in the 2006 Toyota Highlander Owner’s Manual:
– Recommended maintenance schedule
– Operating instructions for audio and navigation systems
– Tire maintenance and specifications
– Explanation of warning lights and indicators
– Proper use of towing features (if equipped)

Common Causes of Breakdowns:
1. Battery issues
2. Engine problems (e.g., overheating, misfiring)
3. Transmission malfunctions
4. Electrical system failures
5. Brake system issues

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