2016 Toyota Highlander is one hell of an SUV since it is the perfect combination of elegance and extreme power. The prices are adjusted to the needs and possibilities of various kinds of potential buyers.
2016 Toyota Highlander Exterior
The exterior of Toyota Highlander 2016 would be very smooth and elegant. The LED headlights and taillights would only increase this effect.
Toyota Highlander 2016 Interior
2016 Toyota Highlander would have three rows of seats and they would be made from the finest materials. Despite the number of rows, there would be enough legroom and headspace. The manufacturer has also included a lot of modern technologies in order to keep the pace with the competition.
Some of them would include satellite navigation and Bluetooth connectivity. Safety would be also provided by numerous airbags all over the vehicle.
Toyota Highlander Engine and Transmission
Since we are discussing a very powerful SUV which needs to be both powerful and efficient, it is natural to assume that it would have a very powerful engine. Well, the manufacturer has gone beyond this and he has offered two distinct, yet powerful, engine options. The first engine option is a 2.7-liter engine. This engine option would have four cylinders. Regarding the transmission, the manufacturer would pair this particular engine with the automatic transmission and it would have six speeds. This engine would also be paired with the front-wheel driving system.
The engine would be also capable of producing 185 horsepower and using 184 lb-ft of torque. The second engine version would be even more powerful, and it would be a 3.5-liter engine. This would be a V6 engine and it would be capable of providing the output of 270 horsepower and using 248-lb-ft of torque. This engine is also paired to the automatic with six speeds. Here, a potential driver can choose between the front-wheel and four-wheel driving system. The average fuel consumption ii 23 mpg, combined.
2016 Toyota Highlander Release Date and Price
2016 Toyota Highlander has been presented during the last year, i.e. 2015, and the sales have commenced a couple of weeks ago. So, this vehicle is now available for purchase in authorized dealerships. Having said the above, we can only establish the fact that the manufacturer has released Toyota Highlander for sales which practically means that we have specific prices for specific equipment packages.
The first price if of the LE version and it is $32,975, the second is LE Plus for $35 355, then goes Limited package for $41,875 which is immediately followed by Limited Platinum for the price of $44,490. The next package is called XLE and it is priced at $38,275, then we have other LE versions for $29,900 and $31,515. There is also another LE Plus version but for $33,895 and another Limited package for $40,415, Limited Platinum package for $43,00 and the last is another XLE package for $36,815.
To sum up, 2016 Toyota Highlander is definitely worth every penny.
You should definitely go and check out the 2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid.
2016 Toyota Highlander
Since we are discussing a very powerful SUV which needs to be both powerful and efficient, it is natural to assume that it would have a very powerful engine. Well, the manufacturer has gone beyond this and he has offered two distinct, yet powerful, engine options.
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