2018 Toyota Highlander Review for Deerfield Beach | Features & Photos

21/27  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.6  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
7-8
Seats
13.8  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Toyota Highlander?

The Toyota Highlander has been a dominant force in the market since it arrived on the scene in 2001. Periodically, the Highlander has received minor and major revisions and updates. For 2018, there are only a few differences that buyers should be aware of. The exterior of the 2018 Highlander from Toyota has an undeniably appealing exterior in comparison to other large SUVs on the market. While some other models have a box-like shape because of their large size, the exterior of the new Highlander is refreshingly curvy. As was the case with last year's model, there are many alluring color choices to choose from for the interior and exterior alike. Inside the 2018 Highlander, only a few small upgrades have been made. These include the addition of extra air vents and cupholders, a new infotainment feature and additional charging ports in passenger seating areas.

2018 Toyota Highlander

Trims & Features

With six trim levels available for the 2018 Highlander and with different options available for each trim level, SUV buyers have the extensive ability to customize your buying experience. The trims range from LE I4, LE V6 and XLE V6 on the lower end of the spectrum to SE V6, Limited V6 and Limited Platinum on the higher end of the spectrum. The features that you can enjoy in all Toyota Highlander trims for 2018 include power steering, cruise control functions on the leather-wrapped steering wheel, six speakers with speed sensitive volume control, a superior sound system, a backup camera, power windows for the front and rear, power door locks, power front passenger seat adjustments, reclining seats for the second-row passengers and adaptive cruise control.

Horsepower

2018 Toyota HighlanderToday's SUV buyers demand a stellar driving experience and you will be pleased to learn that the 2018 Highlander lives up to your high expectations. Many of the trim levels are equipped with a V6, 3.5-liter engine and there are alternatives available for you to choose from as well. The primary engine type available delivers performance with 263 foot-pounds of torque paired with 295 horsepower. You can also enjoy a stabilizer bar in the front and rear, direct fuel injection, an eight-speed shifting auto transmission, descent control, traction control, stability control and a four-wheel independent suspension. Both all-wheel and front-wheel drives are available for you to choose from.

Safety

2018 Toyota Highlander InteriorTaking a closer look at specific safety features loaded into all trims as standard equipment, you will find fog lights with auto-delay off headlights and a daytime running feature, a pre-collision warning system, rear solid brakes, ventilated front disc brakes and tire pressure monitoring. The 2018 model also has an emergency braking feature, airbags, headrests for all passenger seats, child safety latches and child door locks.

The 2018 Toyota Highlander impresses with its performance and sleek design, making it the perfect spacious SUV for you and your family. Call or visit our Toyota dealership in Deerfield Beach to learn more and test drive one today!

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