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Old Yesterday, 03:45 PM
 
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The 100 series Lexus can have more expensive repairs, owing to some electrical components, like the telescoping steering wheel, and AHC suspension issues that can crop up with age/mileage. The Land Cruiser and LX are excellent vehicles that will last for many years, but are thirsty, and have limited rear seat room when compared to other full-size, luxury SUVs.

For its size, the Highlander is not bad, but the third row is small, and cargo room limited when it's in use, a problem with all but the largest SUVs, I have found. It's similar to the Pilot, but I would also look at a Buick Enclave as an option as reliability is above average, like the Highlander, better than the Pilot that tends to be average in the most recent iterations. Depending upon configuration, the Enclave can seat seven or eight, and the rear seat may have a bit more utility than the Highlander with the captain's chairs in the second row, similar to a van configuration but in a crossover body.
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Old Yesterday, 04:56 PM
 
Location: Podunk, IA
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Enclave can seat seven or eight, and the rear seat may have a bit more utility than the Highlander with the captain's chairs in the second row, similar to a van configuration but in a crossover body.
I've sat in the wayback of an Enclave a few times and it's quite nice back there.
They've definitely got more room than a Pilot or Highlander.
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Old Yesterday, 08:42 PM
 
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An old Buick sounds like allot of hours spent waiting for AAA.
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Old Today, 12:03 AM
 
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2015 Santa Fe with 3.3L V6 or 2015 2016 Sorrento w3.3L
2015 Traverse
2013+ Highlander

Avoid all GM 3.6L from 2008-2012, Nissan Pathfinder or Infinti J35/QX60 from 2013-2015 due to CVT issues
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