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About The TOYOTA HIGHLANDER

Toyota debuted the Toyota Highlander in 2000 at the New York Auto Show. The Toyota Highlander is described as a midsize sports utility vehicle (SUV), which sits on a car-base. The Toyota Highlander has also been described as a midsize crossover and was the first of its type. Due to a name conflict with Hyundai, the Toyota Highlander is known as the Toyota Kluger in the Japanese and Australian markets.

The first generation of the Toyota Highlander was manufactured from 2000 to 2007 and originally featured two models, the base model and the Limited model; with a third Toyota Highlander Sport model becoming available in 2006. The Toyota Highlander was originally available as a five-seater and as a seven-seater SUV. It featured front wheel drive, with all wheel drive as an option. The Toyota Highlander offers three engine options in the first generation of the including a 2.4L 4-cylinder, 155 hp engine; a 3.0L V6, 220hp engine and a 3.3L V6, 225hp engine. Variations of trim levels and equipment were available for the Toyota Highlander within each market worldwide, depending on consumers demand.

The first generation Toyota Highlander line also featured a hybrid, available in 2005. At the time of introduction, the Toyota Highlander Hybrid was the only seven-seat hybrid vehicle. Toyota continued to manufacture the Toyota Highlander Hybrid into the current second generation with minimal changes with the exception of an upgraded interior and the addition of a Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited model.

The second generation of the Toyota Highlander was launched in 2007 and continues today. The new Toyota Venza (a five-seat SUV) replaced the five-seat Toyota Highlander option, thus only the seven-seat model was available. The style was also completely dropped from the Japanese market at that time. Currently, the same three trim levels are offered, not including the Toyota Highlander Hybrid and the Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited. The base and SE Toyota Highlander models include a 2.7L, 4-cylinder engine with the optional 3.5L, V6 engine (which is standard for the Limited and Hybrid models). The Toyota Highlander base model includes keyless remote entry, power windows and locks, front and rear air conditioning, auxiliary audio jack, heated mirrors, 17-inch alloy wheels, seven airbags, and center-stow second row seating.

The Toyota Highlander SE offers in addition to the base options: dual-zone automatic climate control, a sunroof, power tailgate, power driver’s seat, leather seats, heated front seats and an upgraded audio system with XM Radio capabilities and Bluetooth wireless technology with hands-free controls and a multi-information display with back up camera. Furthermore, the Toyota Highlander Limited model includes tri-zone automatic climate control, a power passenger seat and a Smart Key System with keyless remote start. The Toyota Highlander also offers many more additional premium options.

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