Over the years, Toyota has partially abandoned the plan of sporty performance and driving engagement. More recently, Toyota show interest in the idea of collaborating with Subaru and BMW on the 86 and Supra, individually. There have been more sporty versions of the sedate Camry and Avalon sedans. The newest to get the treatment is the 2021 Toyota Highlander, which debuted at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show.
The 2021 Toyota Highlander comes with a 3.5-liter V6 that creates 295 horsepower and 263 pound-feet of torque. That is one of the greatest outputs in the component, and considering the Highlander weighs less than many other competitors, but it doesn’t have a strong acceleration like other vehicles. There are two all-wheel-drive systems available for the Toyota Highlander, the basic one that sends power to the rear wheels when extra power is needed, and an updated system for the Limited and Platinum that differs the amount of power between the left and right rear wheels to further enhance traction also known as torque vectoring.
The 2021 Toyota Highlander has two basic models which are the Base L model and the mid-range LE model. Base L and mid-range LE models can accommodate eight passengers using bench seats in the second and third rows, but a seven-seat arrangement with second-row captain’s chairs is available on higher models. An advanced design puts comfort at the forefront, with all the controls within reach of the driver.
The Price for the new 2021 Toyota Highlander has been formally announced by Toyota, The 2021 Toyota Highlander price increases for amplifying safety and more other features, The Toyota Highlander also gets the latest version of a Toyota Safety Sense suite of advanced safety attribute, which is more advanced equipment. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price will start from ₦16.7 million – ₦24 million, this price varies by models, trims, and features.
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