The new Toyota Highlander Hybrid is a three-row SUV that can seat up to eight passengers (or seven, depending on your chosen configuration). It also offers you over 84 cubic feet of flexible cargo space. This amount of space is a luxury, and this vehicle also comes with other perks to make your drives more comfortable and entertaining. To learn more about this vehicle and its fuel economy, read on.
Many compact SUVs, including crossovers built on a lighter car platform than traditional SUVs, have MPGs in the 20s. In most cases, the larger and heavier the SUV you’re considering, the worse the fuel economy is, and the more you will have to pay at the pump. The new Toyota Highlander Hybrid defies these expectations. It comes in five different stylish trims that are all impressively fuel efficient. These are:
These all get up to an EPA-estimated 36/35/36 MPG (City/Highway/Combined)1 with their standard front-wheel drive. (All-wheel drive is available).
Each trim has something unique to offer. The Hybrid LE comes with Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5+, Android Auto™/& Apple CarPlay®/Amazon Alexa® compatibility, three-zone automatic climate control, a leather-trimmed shift knob and steering wheel, and so much more.
Moving up to the XLE trim, you’ll find 18-inch machined-finish alloy wheels, a power tilt/slide moonroof, SofTex®-trimmed front- and second-row seats with heated front seats, and Qi-compatible wireless smartphone charging.
The Bronze Edition is a standout from the moment you see it. Its unique 18-inch bronze-colored alloy wheels, bronze-colored interior stitching, and floor and cargo mats with bronze-colored stitching are both elegant and eye-catching. Otherwise, it shares many features with the last trim, including a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with power lumbar support and an eight-way power-adjustable front passenger seat.
The Hybrid Limited can also be distinguished from the last trim by its 20-inch chrome-finished wheels, its JBL® sound system, its height-adjustable hands-free power liftgate with jam protection, and its leather-trimmed front- and second-row seats with heated and ventilated front seats.
Last but certainly not least is the Toyota Highlander Hybrid Platinum. It comes with a 12.3-inch touch-screen display, Bird’s Eye View Camera with dynamic gridlines, and switches out the second-row bench seat for heated second-row captain’s chairs.
To learn more about any of these trims, talk to our sales advisers, who can point out how they look, and feel different from one another and take you on test drives near Pampa, TX.
If you’re interested in making the acquaintance of a Toyota Highlander or one of its hybrid variants, reach out to our team near Lubbock, TX. We can answer any questions you have, tell you about any currently running specials, and work with you to try and find the low-rate financing package you deserve.
If fuel efficiency is what you’re after, we can also introduce you to other equally popular Toyota hybrid models that might suit your lifestyle just as well or better. For example, the new Toyota Venza for sale is a hybrid SUV that seats up to five passengers. This can give you great fuel economy, and the smaller size can give you greater maneuverability when driving through tight areas. Stop by to talk to us today.
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1EPA-estimated 36 city/35 highway/36 combined mpg rating for 2022 Highlander Hybrid LE FWD, Hybrid XLE FWD, Hybrid Bronze Edition FWD, Hybrid Limited FWD and Hybrid Platinum FWD. EPA-estimated 35 city/35 highway/35 combined mpg rating for 2022 Highlander Hybrid LE AWD, Hybrid XLE AWD, Hybrid Bronze Edition AWD, Hybrid Limited AWD and Hybrid Platinum AWD. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov.