2021 Toyota Highlander

What's New For the 2021 Toyota Highlander?

As one of the most popular SUVs on the road, the Toyota Highlander continues to evolve and become more accommodating to drivers. The 2021 Toyota Highlander comes with a host of active safety features and boasts advanced technology in the cabin. The vehicle also stands out for the exterior redesign, which looks more modern and sporty. The SUV also comes with a new hybrid engine to ensure drivers can save money while committing or taking road trips with the family-friendly mode. The XSE trim is another addition to the latest model.

Available Features in the 2021 Highlander

There are ten trims between the Highlander and Highlander Hybrid models. Both share some of the same trim levels, while the 2021 Highlander adds a few additional trims to its lineup. The Highlander's first trim is the L and includes Wi-Fi charging, folding seats in the back two rows, a sound system with six speakers, a power-operated driver's seat, and three-zone climate control. Its technology includes an eight-inch touchscreen interface that supports Amazon Alexa, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay.

The second trim, the LE, includes fog lights and a leather steering wheel. With the XLE comes a sunroof and roof rails. The seats are upgraded in material and design with simulated leather upholstery and heating-the seating configuration changes to seven with captain's chairs. XSE trim adds ambient interior lighting and navigation. The Limited upgrades its seats again to leather and ventilated and heated seats.

The Platinum trim that tops the line gets a 12.3-inch infotainment display and a panoramic sunroof. The Hybrid LE, which is the base trim, combines the first two Highlander trims' features. The XLE trim follows with a wireless phone charger and heated seats. The Limited gets navigation and leather upholstery, while the Platinum includes a panoramic sunroof and 12.3-inch touchscreen.

2021 Toyota Highlander Interior

Highlander Performance

When you want something quick with solid acceleration, the new Highlander delivers. The SUV comes standard with a V6 engine that produces 295 horsepower and is paired with an eight-speed transmission. A hybrid option is also available for those who want a more green vehicle. The gasoline engine and two electric motors produce a combined 243 horsepower. Despite its size, the SUV can reach 60 mph in 6.8 to 8.2 seconds and proves to feel peppy. The car also manages to stay composed with minimal body roll when taking sharp turns at higher speeds.

2021 Toyota Highlander Safety Technologies

One of the new Highlander's main selling points is its excellent crash test rating, as the NHTSA earns it five stars. It's also named the Top Safety Pick by Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The model has a host of safety features with lane-keeping assist, emergency braking with pedestrian detection, and automatic high beam headlamps for more visibility at night.

Additional safety features include a rear-seat reminder, a rearview camera for increased visibility, traffic sign recognition, and lane trace to reduce the risk of a collision.

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