Not sure which 2008 Toyota Highlander Air Filters - Custom Fit is right for you? We have over 14143 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"Excellent filter that easily pays for itself over time. I buy the K&N filters for all of my vehicles, and they are pretty easy to clean." —Samantha S from Voorhees, NJ bought a K&N Air Filters for a 2008 Toyota Highlander.
"Have heard that a K&N filter would improve mpg and increase horse power thru easier airflow. Thought I would give it a try in my Toyota Highlander. Installation was easy and the K&N filter far surpasses the quality of the OEM filter I removed. Car seems to respond quicker and run easier but still too early to see if mpg has been improved. Will purchase another for my Chevy." —Alan W from Piedmont, OK bought a K&N Air Filters for a 2008 Toyota Highlander, 3.5L V6.
"I heard good things about these filters on an automotive forum and so far, I am quite pleased.
The quality is excellent and the fit was perfect. I like the fact that this filter is washable, doesn't need oil, and should last the life of the vehicle." —Eugene I from Lanoka Harbor, NJ bought an aFe Pro-Dry S Air Filters for a 2008 Toyota Highlander, 3.5L V6.
"Although the K&N filter I purchased for My 2008 Highlander fit perfectly, it was slightly thicker than the OEM, thus causing a few issues when being installed.
This is not a K&N problem, but it seems that Auto manufacturers are basically very lax concerning placement of simple, user-replaceable parts on their vehicles...I was yearning for the old circular air filters that used to be replaced with a simple wing nut." —Donald M from Amesbury, MA bought a K&N Air Filters for a 2008 Toyota Highlander, 3.5L V6.
"This is my 5th purchase of a K&N air filter and let me say they are worth every penny. I've had them in an 92 Infiniti G20, 97 Nissan 240SX, 96 Volvo 850, 04 Ford F150, and now in a 2008 Toyota Highlander. Installs in all lead to performance gains on some level, whether it was better mileage (1-2mpg better), better acceleration, or a throatier growl under acceleration." —David C from Columbia, MD bought a K&N Air Filters for a 2008 Toyota Highlander.