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2020 - 2025 Toyota Highlander

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The 2025 Toyota Highlander is getting a facelift. Since the model was refreshed with a new engine and updated tech features in 2023, we expect the facelift to be mainly cosmetic, with the Highlander receiving a fresh nose and a new matching rear. This reengineering could give the 2025 Highland a notably different look from the current 2024 model. We also expect new features and a newly freshened interior cabin. The current 2024 model has a Y-shaped dashboard with a tiered design and angular tr... Read more

2014 - 2019 Toyota Highlander

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The 2019 Toyota Highlander, with three rows and room for as many as eight, operates in the crowded mid-size crossover SUV segment. Although it offers a four-cylinder engine, we recommend the V6 that delivers more power and better fuel economy. The 2019 Toyota Highlander continues as a carryover for the new year and receives no major enhancements. Toyota is beginning a rapid transformation with its SUV lineup, focusing primarily on expanding current models with more hybrid powerplants. For 201... Read more

2008 - 2013 Toyota Highlander

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The Toyota Highlander began its journey in 2001 as a mid-size SUV that rode atop a uni-body construction. This afforded the Highlander a comfortable ride, but gave it a slight disadvantage in towing. This lack of towing was not a deterrent, as the highlander continues strong into the 2013 model year. The 2013 Toyota Highlander is pretty much a carryover, save for a few minor changes. Likely the largest change of the model year is the addition of the Base Plus trim level, which gives buyers the... Read more

2001 - 2007 Toyota Highlander


The Highlander is available in base or Limited trim, each with front-wheel drive or full-time all-wheel drive. A choice of two powertrains is now available: A 2.4-liter inline-4, rated at 160 horsepower, comes standard. A 3.3-liter V6 that produces 230 horsepower is optional on the base Highlander and standard on the Limited. Four-cylinder models come with a four-speed automatic transmission; V6 models get a five-speed automatic. Seating for five comes standard, but the Highlander can carry up to seven passengers with the optional third-row seat. Safety features include front seatbelt pretensi... Read more