You’ll mostly find crossover SUVs with three rows of seats and a four-cylinder engine. The 2010 Toyota Highlander Base, starting at $25,705, offers the most passenger and cargo room out of the available models, and we’ve listed them below.
Despite the Highlander’s large size it still has respectable mileage ratings of 20/27 mpg city/highway. That’s comparable to smaller offerings like the 2010 Kia Rondo and 2010 Mitsubishi Outlander, which also offer three rows of seats with a four-cylinder engine.
The Highlander’s third row is optional, like most of the other models that offer this configuration. The only model to offer three rows standard is the Mazda5, which has seating for six. For the others you’ll have to opt for a third-row package costing up to $1,000.
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Model — Gas Mileage (mpg city/highway)
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