Besides the new updates and upgrades, the new 2017 Toyota Highlander Hybrid will come with a less expensive option. Yes, that’s right, Toyota has decided that they are going to add the affordable trims (two of them, in fact) for the customers with limited budgets. Mind you, though, that despite the reduced price, the hybrid option will be just good as the others – the price won’t compromise technology, performance, safety, or style.
2017 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Strength
Most families will be happy to have such a powerful ride, considering that it is pretty easy to use and it is highly versatile. Not to mention that the new 2017 Toyota Highlander Hybrid will be coming with an extra seat so more passengers can hop into the car. The regular hybrid is able to accommodate 7 to 8 people and also the cargo, the newer one is generously spacious. The cargo space is quite roomy although limited but there will be more spaces for the storage inside the cabin. And as a hybrid vehicle, it means that you can get the fuel economy technology – and you get to do that without losing power, comfort, or performance. The acceleration is pretty nice and it has more power without you having to worry about the emission.
2017 Toyota Highlander Hybrid: The Features to Like
One of the downsides of this hybrid vehicle is the fact that it is costlier than the other competitors in the midsize SUV market but you can be sure that the initial extra spending will be worth the perfect fuel economy perk and the power. This 2017 Toyota Highlander Hybrid is said to come with 29 mpg for the city and 28 mpg for the highway. With all wheel driving system and total output of 206 hp of power, this is definitely one of the most powerful but fuel friendly family ride that you shouldn’t miss.
2017 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Features
Infotainment system is a definite added feature that should be expected for the new lines. The touchscreen 6.1 inch display screen and Bluetooth connection are quite good, with decent and sharp visuals but still with traditional buttons. USB ports (5 of them), smartphone integration, steering assist, lane departure warning, and adaptive cruise control are just some of the new features you can expect. The base trim will be sold at around $36,000 while the higher trims will be around $41,500. So, which trims of 2017 Toyota Highlander Hybrid you will choose, anyway?