If a Japanese automaker had a weak product in its lineup, it was bound to show up in February.
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Real SUVs are a dying breed.
The world's largest automaker is cutting its forecasted profits 54 percent as production is hit especially hard by the recent flooding in Thailand.
Now in its third generation, the Toyota Highlander offers more standard features, updated technology, and seating for up to seven passengers with a starting just under $30,000.