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Toyota Highlander Hybrid Generations

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2020 - 2024 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

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Two new trims join Toyota's Highlander Hybrid range for 2024, with Nightshade variants of the most affordable LE and XLE models being introduced. Prices have crept up by $100 compared to last year, while the mid-range Bronze Edition has been dropped. Capable of seating up to eight people, the Highlander Hybrid range starts at $42,115 (all prices include destination) for a base LE, rising to $54,520 for an AWD Platinum model. There are four trims in between, including Nightshade versions of bot... Read more

2014 - 2019 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

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As it approaches the end of its third incarnation, the 2019 Toyota Highlander Hybrid remains one of the few ways to propel eight people using hybrid power. Quietness and refinement are still hallmarks, though some technology features are noticeably absent. A replacement model is due in 2020, so the Highlander Hybrid returns unchanged from last year. The Highlander is a big and heavy vehicle, but its 3.5-liter V6 engine and accompanying electric motor generates 306 net horsepower. Electric mot... Read more

2008 - 2013 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

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The Highlander's listed seating capacity is seven. However, the middle seat in the second row is quite narrow (it can be folded away and left open or replaced with a console), and there's so little legroom in the third row that it might be a tight fit for adults. The third row is accessible by folding down one of the second row seats. The second and third rows fold down for increased cargo capacity ? a total of 146.8 cubic ft. See our picks for best SUVs in the CarsDirect SUV Buying Guide. Int... Read more

2006 - 2007 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

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The Highlander Hybrid seats five standard and up to seven with optional extra seats. There is available front- or all-wheel drive. It is powered by a second-generation Hybrid Synergy Drive System. This system combines a 208 hp 3.3-liter V-6 engine and an electric motor. In total the combination creates 268 hp total. This is all controlled by a continuously variable transmission. In the all-wheel drive version a separate electric motor drives the rear wheels. Front, side-impact and first- and second-row side curtain airbags come standard.For 2007, The Toyota Highlander Hybrid only gets slight e... Read more

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