Toyota Highlander comes in 2020 with a new generation which has a starting price of $34.600 which is by $2770 more than actual version. The car hides under its big hood a 3.5-liter V6 engine and is able to deliver a very nice number of 299PS with a torque of 365 Nm. The car is using a 8-speed automatic transmission and the standard transmission doesnÂ’t include All Wheel Driving system, but the one who desire this can be ordered as an additional option for a price set between $1600 and $1950.
The hybrid powertrain is also in work and soon the customers can order an hybrid Highlander which is using a 2.5-liter engine together with 2 electric motors. The total amount of power will be 246PS, significantly less than at the V6 engine.
As we said at above $36800 is the starting price and for this version the customers will receive standard headlights with LED technology, rear-privacy glass, tri-zone climate automatic control, 6 speaker audio system 18-inch alloy wheels, 8-inch infotainment touchscreen and 4.2-inch multi-information display. The number of peoples who can travel with the 2020 Toyota Highlander is 8. A pre-collision system also comes as standard feature and many others interior cool things as leather-wrapped steering wheel or for lights also using LED technology.
The next level of equipment, the XLE, has a starting price of $39600 and it includes all features from the standard version and more there is installed a 10-way power driverÂ’s seat, 4-way power passenger seats. Toyota Highlander XLE is coming with a second row of captainÂ’s chairs and all the chairs are covered in SofTex synthetic leather. The 4.2-inch multi-information display is replaced by a bigger one of 7-inch. The moonroof must be of course mentioned here.
The most advanced model is the Highlander Limited version which comes with a starting price of $43650. This model comes with 20-inch alloy wheels and the headlights daytime running option. At the interior the Limited version is covered by leather and wood trims, ventilated front chairs and memory for the driver seat.
The most expensive model is the Platinum model which costs $46850 and it has rain-sensor windshield wipers, illuminated door sill plates, head up display and also the second line of chairs are heated.
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