As ”on top of their game” as the Toyota engineers seem to be, there have been a few seemingly careless “goofs” on the 2021 Highlander. I mentioned the missing “auto-lock after walking away” feature that some other SUVs have, as well as them needlessly moving the driver and passenger temperature displays from the control knobs (on the Limited and Platinum) up to the harder-to-read 12.3” screen. Now I’ve discovered another obvious ”miss”: how they handle the speed warning. They give you the option of activating the alarm at 1, 3, or 5 mpg over the posted limit. Why didn’t they include 7 and 9 ? I think most drivers in the U.S. try to drive in the “sweet spot” of 7-over the limit and want to know when they have exceeded that. Also - the red outline around the 1/2” high speed sign display when speeding is detected is hardly noticeable, not just because of the small size but because it could be blocked by the driver’s hand or the steering wheel. Why not make the digital mph display change color or blink ?