2017 Toyota Highlander: get ready to be impressed
August 31 2017,
The Toyota Highlander has always been one of the most popular midsize SUVs in its segment, probably because it offers an impressive combination of comfort, interior space, reliability, refinement and safety. The 2017 Toyota Highlander continues in the same vein, and still offers this balance and comfort that are so appreciated by buyers while adding safety technologies that really provide a Highlander owner with tremendous value.
The new Toyota Highlander also offers some design improvements this year such as a new grille, redesigned LED headlights and an SE version with 19-inch wheels and a black grille.
Unmatched comfort with the 2017 Toyota Highlander
On the road, you will be impressed by the comfort of the 2017 Toyota Highlander. Consumers have long known that new Toyota vehicles are synonymous with comfort, and the Highlander is definitely one of the best examples we can give. Indeed, it absorbs holes and bumps in the road perfectly, and it is also very quiet.
For 2017, it is equipped with new safety technologies that include Adaptive Cruise Control with Radar, Lane Departure Warning with Steering Assist, Pre-Collision with Pedestrian Detection, and Automatic Headlights.
Available from just over $ 35,000 with front-wheel drive and $ 37,995 in all-wheel drive, the 2017 Toyota Highlander offers the driver assistance features listed previously as standard on all versions.
Perhaps the most interesting element of the 2017 Toyota Highlander is its balanced driving. Yes, it's very comfortable, but it's also strong and agile, so it does not feel too soft and actually feels rather fun to drive. Inside, it is spacious and offers up to 2,370 liters of space with all seats lowered.
A powerful engine and hybrid option for the 2017 Toyota Highlander
The 2017 Toyota Highlander is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that develops 295 horsepower and 248 pound-feet of torque combined with an eight-speed automatic transmission. This engine offers quite a lot of passing power while being able to tow up to 2,268 kilos.
The other option is a hybrid engine that combines the V6 with two electric motors. You get a combined output of 292 horsepower with an average fuel consumption rating of only 8.5 liters per 100 kilometers. To learn more about the new Toyota Highlander, contact us today at Vimont Toyota Laval!