2017 Toyota Highlander MPG : New SE, Cheaper Hybrids

2017 Toyota Highlander MPG: New SE, Cheaper Hybrids – The rejuvenated 2017 Chevy Toyota Highlander is best identified by its prolonged trapezoidal grill and fancy LED taillights. But important changes beneath rationalize this three-row SUV’s moderate price leaps across its 17 (!) cut stages. New costs begin at $31,570 for a front-wheel generate LE (up to $140) and range all the way to $47,200 (up to $1270) for the all-wheel-drive Restricted Jewelry. Those costs include the $940 location cost, but if you buy a Highlander in the certain southeast and southwest states, Toyota’s private suppliers cost $10 to $55 above the current location price.

2017 Toyota Highlander: New SE, Cheaper Hybrids
2017 Toyota Highlander MPG: New SE, Cheaper Hybrids – Cars Toyota Review

2017 Toyota Highlander MPG: New SE, Cheaper Hybrids

We don’t suggest the platform LE due to its underpowered and ineffective 185-hp 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine and six-speed computerized gearbox. All other Toyota Highlander cut stages come with a 3.5-liter V-6 now with both slot and direct hypodermic injection that bring an additional 25 horsepower, to 295, and 15 pound-feet of twisting, to 263 and a new eight-speed computerized.

Auto stop/start is new, and EPA reports are also up for all V-6 designs. All Toyota Highlander now come conventional with flexible vacation management, forward-collision aware, computerized urgent stopping with people identification, lane-keeping assist, and automatic high-beams feature that many opponents source for higher cut stages or package in option offers for lots of money.

2017 Toyota Highlander: New SE, Cheaper Hybrids
2017 Toyota Highlander MPG Exterior – Cars Toyota Review

The LE Plus ($36,000) contributes three-zone heating and cooling, an energy liftgate, an eight-way power driver’s chair, smoother material for all eight seats, a leather-wrapped leader, and move button, and an 8.0-inch touchscreen display with HD stereo and Sirius XM in place of the 6.1-inch show. A backup camera and Windows windshield wiper de-icers also come conventional with the LE.

2017 Toyota Highlander MPG : New SE, Cheaper Hybrids
2017 Toyota Highlander MPG Specs Interior – Cars Toyota Review

The XLE ($39,190) contributes set, warmed front side seats, push-button begin with vicinity core, sunroof, ceiling tracks, second-row window treatments, routing with speech identification and applications, garage-door openers, an alarm, and a 4.2-inch color show on the device group (the only necessary equipment change for 2017). Blind-spot tracking with back cross-traffic aware also is conventional.

New for 2017 is the SE ($40,630), a semi-sporty 2017 Toyota Highlander MPG: New SE, Cheaper Hybrids placed above the XLE with tougher rises and shocks; 19-inch wheels; dark ceiling tracks, grill, and headlights; plus an all-black internal with gold lines on the seats and comparison sewing. The Salsa Red Gem color you see in these images is limited to
the SE.

2017 Toyota Highlander MPG : New SE, Cheaper Hybrids
2017 Toyota Highlander MPG Interior  – Cars Toyota Review

On the Restricted ($42,620), the mirror-mounted mess lights now venture a Highlander Toyota logo onto the sidewalk, and there’s now new Firefox on the back fender. Options for eight-passenger sitting (previously, the second-row captain’s seats were the Limited’s only configuration) round out the 2017 changes. A Firefox grill, Firefox 19-inch tires, cooled off front side seats, four-way energy traveler chair, car owner, and passenger seat memory are improvements over the XLE and SE. The Jewelry package contributes a brownish set internal, 360-degree-view cameras, a panoramic sunroof, a warmed leader, warmed second-row seats, rain-sensing wipers, and dark Firefox tires for a total of $45,740.

Hybrid designs in Restricted and Restricted Jewelry cuts see Toyota Highlander Price reduced by $3110 and $2605, respectively, to $45,700 and $48,820. For 2017, the gas-electric powertrain (only with all-wheel drive) is now also available on the platform LE ($37,210) and the mid-grade XLE ($42,270). While lots of money typically divided the Multiple from the packed, gasoline-only Highlander cuts, the LE Multiple is actually $250 less expensive than a similar all-wheel-drive LE Plus while the XLE Multiple operates a thin $1350 top quality.

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