2018 Toyota Highlander _ The Toyota Highlander has been updated for the 2016 model year with a new powertrain and a new look. However, at its core, the car is the same as it was in 2013 when it was released. Fortunately, Toyota decided not to abandon the model thanks to its improved sales. This was achieved with a lot of hard work and a bold design that paid off. However, this is not going to last forever. We think, and rumors also suggest that, the future 2018 Highlander will be released as a new model.
2018 Toyota Highlander Exterior
The new 2018 Toyota Highlander will carry new fascias. It will also include a large trapezoidal grid that will have the Toyota logo on the top for easy identification. It will also have an undeniable fold at the bottom of the headlights and fog lights. The fog lights maintain a long rounded shape and go a long way in maintaining the masculine look of the car. The wings will not be square. Instead, they will be bulky. An incontestable fold at the bottom of the headlights and fog lamps. The fog lights maintain a long rounded shape and go a long way in maintaining the masculine look of the car. The wings will not be square. Instead, they will be voluminous. The rear of the vehicle has LED taillights and a spoiler. Although nothing has been done to change outlook from the outside, the masculine look will always be very stylish and attractive.
2018 Toyota Highlander Interior
From the inside, the 2018 Toyota Highlander should be a little different from what it was. A special place in the minds of designers went to people who like to keep all their junk in their vehicle. From various trinkets to cell-phones and charging-cables, you can store anything here. Seriously, even the third row has cupholders. This vehicle is ideal if you have a mental rat pack. The third row of seats offers the least room for comfort, as you would expect, but if you get to the first two lines, you’re not going to complain about anything. This is especially true for the first row, these seats are built for comfort and safety.
2018 Toyota Highlander Engine
The 2018 Toyota Highlander offers two engine options that will come with variable valve timing) and turbochargers. The first will be a 2,7-L 4-cylinder engine that will generate up to 185 hp and 250 lb-ft of torque. The second option will be a 3.5-liter 6-cylinder engine that will produce approximately 270 hp and 337 lb-ft of torque. In addition, both engines will be coupled with a 6-speed automatic transmission with the first option accelerating up to 188 in 10 seconds and the second 180 in 8 seconds. The Toyota Highlander will have a fuel consumption of 20 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway.