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NewToyotaHighlanderIf you’re looking for a new mid-sized crossover this summer, the all-new 2014 Toyota Highlander could be a hot contender.

The all-new Toyota Highlander is not only fuel efficient, safe and spacious for the whole family, it offers three rows of seats that can house up to eight people – putting it ahead of many competitors currently on the market.

The Toyota Highlander is the ultimate family vehicle, it looks stylish and sleek, its practical and robust, but its most attractive feature is its price tag.

Step inside the cabin and you’ll discover a car that’s roomy in all the right places. The central console is multi-functional – serving as an armrest, or when fully opened, as a large storage box capable of holding a good sized handbag or plenty of snacks and drinks to feed a family. The large rear quarter glass adds to the space and openess of the cabin as well as providing improved visibility for the driver.

The second row of seats offers bench seating for up to three passengers, or for longer road trips, you can transform the bench into two captain seats with collapsible side trays and cup holders. Access to the third row is easy with the addition of a one-step second-row sliding seat function on driver and passenger sides, providing almost three inches more space for entry and exit.

The new Highlander comes in four specifications, all of which are highly equipped with plenty of luxury features to keep the family entertained. Take your pick from the standard LE, LE Plus, XLE, and Limited editions. All grades feature a 3.5-liter V6 engine and new six-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission.

Like every Toyota car, the new Highlander features the standard Star Safety System to include, Enhanced Vehicle Stability Control, Traction Control, Electronic Brake-Force Distribution, Brake Assist, an Antilock Braking System, and Smart Stop Technology, and all Highlanders come equipped with a standard back-up camera, for added peace of mind.

For a full list of pricing and to compare different models, visit the Toyota website.


Posted by Leana Kell on 14/07/2014