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What's New for the 2018 Toyota Highlander?

Each year, automakers revise their models to make them more appealing to auto buyers in different ways and this is the case with the Toyota Highlander. The new 2018 model has experienced some critical changes that make this a large SUV that you want to take a look at. The Highlander is in a unique subclass of SUVs that has a spacious third row of seating.The Highlander turns the notion that all SUVs with a spacious third row of seating are unattractive on its head with its intriguing exterior style that incorporates curves or power together beautifully.

While the exterior look of the 2018 Highlander may have turned you on to this vehicle initially, you may love the fact that the automaker made some upgrades to the interior as well. The Highlander's interior for 2018 has been improved with more air vents, cupholders and charging ports. There is also an improved infotainment system in all trim levels.

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Trims & Features

If you are interested in the 2018 Toyota Highlander, stop by our dealership to explore the six trim levels. These trim levels for 2018 include a Limited Platinum and a Limited option, which both have a V6 engine. There are also other trim levels available, such as the SE V6, the XLE V6, the LE V6 and the LE I4 trims.

The common features that you can enjoy regardless of which Highlander trim level you select for 2018 include power adjustable front seats, reclining second row seats, powered locks and windows, powered steering with a leather-wrapped steering wheel, adaptive cruise control with functionality on the steering wheel, a backup camera, adaptive volume control for the sound system and more.

2018 Toyota Highlander


The 2018 Toyota Highlander is enhanced with an eight-speed automatic transmission, an independent suspension for all wheels, direct fuel injection, traction control, descent control, stability control and stabilization bars for the front and rear wheels. The standard engine available for the majority of the trim levels is a V6, 3.6-liter gas engine. If you choose this engine rather than one of the optional engines, you can enjoy 295 horsepower with excellent towing capabilities as well as 263 ft.-lbs of torque.


2018 Toyota Highlander InteriorThe desire to stay safe on the road in all driving conditions is common and you can rest assured that the 2018 Highlander is outfitted with the safety features that you need to feel confident on the road. These features include rear solid disc brakes, front ventilated disc brakes, daytime running lights, fog lights and an auto-delay off headlight feature. All 2018 trims for the Highlander are also loaded with a monitor for tire pressure, an immobilizer for the engine, child door locks and safety seat latches, airbags, headrests and a pre-collision alarm feature.

Notably, the Highlander for 2018 was reviewed by the IIHS, the NHTSA and U.S. News in multiple safety tests. The NHTSA found that the 2018 Highlander deserved a superior result in the area of overall safety. The IIHS found that the Highlander was worthy of the highest rating possible for five different safety tests. U.S. News conducted its own safety tests and it gave this year's Highlander a score of 9.3 based on a 10-point scoring system.

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