The latest edition, the 2017 Toyota Highlander is about to hit dealership stores this month and when it does, the base model will set you back by $31,570.
The pricing of the model will vary based on the trimline and the features that you choose to go with. The base model is just $140 more than the outgoing edition whereas the top of the line will car is pricd $1,270 more than the 2016 edition. As with the new model, the Toyota Highlander promises sharp and sleek styling combined with multiple powertrain choices to convince buyers to upgrade their existing model. Besides, those who have other brands can probably consider the Highlander if they find the features attractive.
In all trim line variants, buyers get the Toyota Safety Sense P which is an useful and essential feature for everyone. With the bundle, the car receives lane departure alert, pre-collision warning system, pedestrian alert, steering assist, dynamic radar cruise control and automatic high beams for better visibility on the road. The base model is the LE which also adds bluetooth connectivity, backup camera for assisted parking, 6.1-inch touchscreen system and Entune audio setup for immersive aural experience.
Being a large car that people generally use for long trips and hauling huge luggage, the 2017 Toyota Highlander uses foldable second and third row seats. The total storage capacity of the vehicle will drastically increase when they are folded. If you are looking for more power and probably like to upgrade, it is possible to go for a V-6 four-cylinder engine that delivers increased horsepower and efficiency. There is also an option to go with an all-wheel drive. The engine upgrade will set you back by $2,050.
The higher end models will use V-6 as the default powertrain. The LE Plus model priced at $36,000 is equipped with highly comfortable SofTex seats, an infotainment system with bigger 8-inch display and better features, three zone climate control, leather wrapping on the steering wheels, SiriusXM and the option to upgrade to an all-wheel drive which will increase overall pricing to $37,460. The pricing is $665 higher than 2016 edition.
Top of the line is the XLE model priced at $39,460 which has heated seats, leather upholstery, moonroof navigation system and other additional features. The engine delivers about 295 hp. There is also the SE model at $40,630 as well as Limited Edition models priced at $42,620.
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