Not sure which 2008 Toyota Highlander Receiver Hitches are right for you? We have over 4347 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:
"I'm very pleased with the purchase of this hitch. Shipping was very fast, in fact I received it the next day. Instructions for the installation were very explanitory and easy to follow. The only difficulty in the installation was prying the left side into position and keeping it there so I could get the bolts in. Other than that the hitch looks great and I saved quite a bit of money doing it myself." —Leonard D from Creswell, OR bought a CURT Receiver Hitches for a 2008 Toyota Highlander.
"This was a gift for my wife who's new vehicle did not come with a hitch. The cost to add the OEM unit was way too high and required the dealership price for installation labor. So we went with this CURT hitch that we could install ourselves. It was an excellent choice. Be aware that this takes a bit of work to get in place because of weight and is so much easier to install with a partner. This was a great investment and our Bike Rack easily attaches to the back. It is mounted below the spare and ground clearance is not reduced. I think it looks nicer than the OEM units which require a complete change of the bumper and bumper cover on a Toyota Highlander. This is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a sturdy hitch." —Michael M from Warren, RI bought a CURT Receiver Hitches for a 2008 Toyota Highlander.
"The hitch arrived in a box with 3 large holes in it where the brackets torn through. Both end of the welded brackets were bent towards the center. When trying to install, one side would be off by 2". Straightened and it installed easily. Note that the 19" spare tire now rubs against the hitch and does not raise and lower freely." —Wayne H from Potomac, MD bought a CURT Receiver Hitches for a 2008 Toyota Highlander.
"great quality of product and fit. On my particular vehicle, I had to cut the driver side plastic cover under the vehicle in order for it to fit. Other than that, the install went well. Without the plastic covers the install would have taken 20 minutes." —Danny W from Redmond, WA bought a CURT Receiver Hitches for a 2008 Toyota Highlander.
"I've only used this for my bike rack so far, but I just ordered the T-Connector so I can pull a utility trailer when needed. I like everything about the hitch so far...it looks great, it was fairly easy to install, it seems like it's made REALLY well, and AutoAnything is the best company I've ever ordered from! What more could you ask for, right?" —Patrick N from Athens, AL bought a CURT Receiver Hitches for a 2008 Toyota Highlander.
"Installation was quite easy though you do need a second person to help hold the hitch in place while you install the bolts. While the Youtube vide suggests removal of plastic trim pieces on the underside of the Highlander, I was able to use tin snips to remove sections of the plastic trim pieces. Doing so allowed me to reinstall the trim pieces. I suggest you also buy the "blue glue" to make sure the bolts do not work themselves loose. Overall it was a quick & easy installation." —Richard J. M from Plainfield, IL bought a CURT Receiver Hitches for a 2008 Toyota Highlander.
"The one I got was round tube version, unclear from website but e-chatted with representative clarified, packaging sparse but survived with minimal scratches. Installation easy, about hour and a half, direction clear but video on website better. helpful is you have an impact wrench to get factory bolts off." —Dan G from San Diego, CA bought a CURT Receiver Hitches for a 2008 Toyota Highlander.