Toyota Highlander Owner's Manuals
A midsize crossover that boasts excellent off-road capability is the Toyota Highlander. Both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive are available on this vehicle. The rear suspension in any generation has a multi-link independent system, which is made of quality materials. The Highlander is based on the Camry platform. Already in the 2005 model, the first hybrid units were gradually introduced on this car model.
More sporty and spacious models appeared after 2010. The 2nd and 3rd generation Toyota Highlander received many changes to the entire car. The restyled model is larger in the cabin and trunk. The exterior became more expressive due to the lens optics, which is slightly protruding above the bumper. Here is installed the same 6-cylinder engine with a capacity of 3.5 liters, but already complemented by an electric motor. Front-wheel drive can be changed to all-wheel drive, if desired, and the gearbox has six speeds, both for automatic and manual shifting.
From 2013 to 2019, the Highlander was produced for the European and American markets. This model has been equipped with a switchable rear axle with the usual cabin regulator. In addition, there is a third row of seats, which can easily be folded to increase the trunk or transform the interior. The car is also equipped with smart assistants, a multi steering wheel and a neat interior with wood grain inserts.
The latest fourth Toyota Highlander is available mainly with hybrid units. The seven-seat crossover SUV now has a modern body shape with all the fancy features. It only has four-wheel drive and only has an automatic transmission. For a good surcharge, the car is equipped with maximum comfort and safety