Toyota Highlander

Price $39,990 – $53,690
Fuel consumption 6.6 – 11.9 L/100km
The Car Guide rating N/A
A new platform, a new design and even more impressive technologies; that’s what you get with the brand new, fourth-generation Highlander. The 295-horsepower V6 is still capable of towing up to 2,268 kilograms, while a new all-wheel drive system with dynamic torque vectoring improves handling. The Highlander Hybrid is even more efficient now, as evidenced by a combined rating of just under 7 L/100 km. Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 all come standard.

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PreviewsFive Things to Know About the 2020 Toyota Highlander
The all-new, fourth-generation 2020 Toyota Highlander premiered way back in April of last year at the New York Auto Show. This midsize SUV with seating for up to eight is positioned between the best-selling RAV4 and the rugged 4Runner in the company’s lineup. Here are five things you need to …
First Drives2020 Toyota Highlander: Definitely Pick the Hybrid
San Antonio, Texas— They say everything is bigger in Texas. Well, this is where Toyota invited journalists to discover the all-new 2020 Highlander , an SUV the company has big hopes for. The outgoing model was introduced six years ago and its successor boasts fresh styling in line with recent …


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TorontoToyota Shows All Kinds of Hybrids in Toronto
Toyota ’s presentation at the 2020 Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto focused on the electrified future of the automobile and the Japanese automaker’s proven hybrid technology, which is used for many different applications. These range from simple passenger cars to powerful race cars. “Even as many in the automotive …
ChicagoToyota Debuts Five Special-edition Trucks and SUVs in Chicago
Japanese automaker Toyota seems to love the Chicago Auto Show . Once again this year, it used the occasion to unveil some new trucks and SUVs with sporty and outdoorsy appeal. 2021 Tacoma, Tundra and 4Runner Trail To celebrate and support fresh-air fun, Toyota is introducing the 2021 Tacoma , …
NewsRefreshed 2017 Toyota Highlander to debut in New York
A seriously overhauled version of the Toyota Highlander is set to debut at the New York auto show, sporting a new look and new powertrains to match. The 2017 Highlander retains the basic styling of the third-generation version that debuted at the same auto show three years earlier, but adds …
New York2017 Toyota Highlander: New Powerplants and a Facelift
The Toyota Highlander may not be the most popular vehicle on the road–especially if you compare it to its smaller brother the RAV4, or its rival the Ford Explorer–but the Toyota Highlander has a very dedicated fan base. This year, these people will be happy to learn that their favorite …
News2014 Vehicles That Best Held Their Initial Value
Each year, NADA (National Automobile Dealers Association) awards prizes to the brand-new vehicles that retain the highest percentage of their initial value. First place goes to one of the most popular cars of the year, the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (the 1LT with automatic transmission, to be more precise). With …
RecallsAnother day, Another Recall: One More for Toyota!
Toyota has really used the GM ignition switch scandal to their advantage! This morning, they announced yet another grouped recall, this time targeting 6.76 million vehicles worldwide. It is one of the larger recalls ever made by the Japanese manufacturer. The first one is for the 2009-2010 Corolla and Matrix, …
NewsToyota Tops List of Most Fuel-Efficient Vehicles
Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) has named six Toyota vehicles as best in class in terms of energy efficiency for the 2014 model year. This is more than any other automaker. The agency says their innovations continue to improve conventional vehicles leading to advanced technologies such as hybrid, plug-in hybrid and …


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