In recent years, a number of customer complaints have cropped up from those who own or lease the 2017-2018 Toyota Highlander Hybrid. The complaints primarily focus on multiple issues with the vehicles’ electrical systems, with warning lights that fail to illuminate properly or respond in erratic ways. Many drivers have expressed concern over these electrical system failures, even though the manufacturer has yet to respond to these complaints.
According to one owner of the 2017 Toyota Highlander Hybrid, their vehicle immediately began to experience electrical system issues—even within days of purchasing the new vehicle. From GPS failures to seat belt warnings that do not function properly, this owner has expressed frustration and concern over these persistent malfunctions. Other reports of engine and electrical system issues continue to arise, with many Toyota customers left without permanent and effective fixes to these problems.
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