Toyota Highlander alternatives
Latest model: Toyota Highlander Hybrid 2011
Toyota has significantly updated its well-known Toyota Highlander and Toyota Highlander Hybrid crossover sport utility cars for 2011, giving them improved look-and-feel, add-on traditional amenities and new user technology.
Toyota Highlander comparison:
Toyota Highlander details:
The 2. 7-liter four-cylinder motor, which was available only in the Toyota Highlander Base grade model for 2010, is now also provided in the SE, the most well-known grade (2WD only). The Toyota Highlander Hybrid debuts a more comprehensive and advanced 3. 5-liter V6 gasoline motor, along with a traditional Tech Stereo Suite and original look layout components.
The 2011 Toyota Highlander is available in Base, SE and Limited grades in both two-wheel (2WD) and full-time four-wheel-drive (4WD). A 270-horsepower 3. 5-liter V6 is traditional on the Limited grade and available for the others. All Toyota Highlander Hybrid models are equipped with four-wheel-drive with intelligence and available in Base and Limited grades.
The first-generation Toyota Highlander pioneered the midsize crossover utility car segment, ushering in car-like performance, convenience and fuel economy yet with Suv-like roominess and versatility. The second-generation Toyota Highlander amplifies those attributes and is among the leaders in the segment in traditional active and passive security features.