|Pricing||$24,530 - $34,430|
|Drive Types||FWD, AWD|
|Engines||2.4l I4, 3.3l V6, 3.3l V6 HEV|
|Transmissions||A4, A5, CVT|
|Fuel Economy||18-33 (city), 24-28 (highway)|
As one of the first midsize crossover sport utilities, the Highlander has been very popular with customers who don't need serious rock crawling, or towing capability from their SUV. A standard 155-bhp 2.4L I-4 can be substituted with a 215-bhp 3.3L V-6. Buyers trying to save on gas can look at the Highlander Hybrid, equipped with a 208-bhp 3.3L V-6 coupled to a 123 kW electric motor. Transmission choices include a 4-speed automatic with the 2.4L I-4, or a 5-speed automatic for the 3.3L V-6. Although all Highlanders are available in 2WD or 4WD, the Hybrid model is not recommended for off-road use. Popular options include leather seats, a towing package, DVD navigation, and a JBL(R) 6-disc CD audio system.
Highlander gains a gas/electric hybrid model.
|Highlander||2.4l I4 (155-bhp)||A4||AWD||$25,930|
|Highlander||3.3l V6 (215-bhp)||A5||AWD||$27,840|
|Highlander||3.3l V6 (215-bhp)||A5||FWD||$26,440|
|Highlander Hybrid||3.3l V6 HEV (208-bhp)||CVT||FWD||$33,030|
|Highlander Hybrid||3.3l V6 HEV (208-bhp)||CVT||AWD||$34,430|
|Highlander||2.4l I4 (155-bhp)||A4||FWD||$24,530|