He posted a few pages back. 10l/100km consistently and is a good vehicle.
not sure on the newer generation Highlander, we have the 2013, v6, non-hybrid. It's been great, drive lots for biking, Calgary into BC each summer, have over 150k on it from Dec 2013 already. We get about 8.5 to 11.5 combined without the ratrack and 4 bikes, and usually between 10.5 and 13 when I'm driving like an asshole with bikes loaded and shuttling mt. 7 or Fernie. It's a great road trip vehicle, back seats lay flat, can fit a full double size bed in the back if you build a plywood cover over the wheel wells, with room for drawers under for all the bike gear. And it seats seven if needed. Brother in law has a forester, and it's significantly smaller and less power than the highlander.