2017 Toyota Highlander Limited
2017 Toyota Highlander Limited the third year of the current generation of the model’s proposal remains a top contender among family-friendly crossover SUV. For buyers repelled by minivans or those who do not have a V8-powered toy drag hippopotamus required, the three-row Highlander hits the sweet spot, providing front or all-wheel-drive, with an option for 4-cylinder or V6 engines and five distinct trim levels, each with a back longer list of features.
The 2017 Highlander Limited started with 18-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, heated mirrors, a rear spoiler, cruise control, a rearview camera, cloth seats, manually adjustable front seats, put a slide and table 60/40 split second row, put a 60/40 split third row, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, Bluetooth connection phone and audio, a 6.1-inch central touchscreen and a six-speaker sound system with voice control, a CD player, an auxiliary audio jack and an iPod / USB interface.
Toyota Highlander Limited 2017 model adds fog lights, a flip-up rear door window, an adjustable-height power liftgate, tri-zone automatic climate control, upgraded upholstery with synthetic leather accents, an eight-way power driver seat, a leather-wrapped steering wheel satellite radio and HD radio, and monitor an eight-inch screen.
The Highlander Limited 2017 model will available in three trim lines in the United States: the base model, the Sports model, and Limited model. The base and Limited models were present when the Highlander was initially introduced, while the Sports model in March 2006 in Japan, it is considered a luxury vehicle as the Kluger exceed Japanese government regulations regulate engine displacement and exterior dimensions.
In 2004, the wheels on the Limited trim changed from a six-spoke, a five-spoke alloy. The base model Highlander wheels also changed from steel rims alloy wheels on the 2001-2003 model year Highlander Limited and was B package. The Sports models have a distinctive grille design, distinguish themselves from the non-Sport models. Wheel styling also serves to distinguish the different models the hybrid sports a unique double-spoke design.
The Kluger was introduced to Australia in 2003. It was in three forms: CV, CVX, and Grande. A limited edition CV Sports model was also released in 2006. There was no hybrid model available in Australia. The only engine was offered the 3.3-liter 3MZ-FE V6.
2017 Toyota Highlander Limited Safety
In Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) crash tests, the Highlander rated “Good” overall in the frontal offset crash test. The IIHS reported the Highlander has one of the lowest driver death rates among all vehicles, and among SUVs, only the Toyota 4Runner had a lower driver death rate. This report looked at 2001-05 model year vehicles in the US.