2017 Toyota Highlander Overview

The SUV market is filled with great models, but the 2017 Toyota Highlander in Dallas trumps them all. Offering seating for up to eight passengers, the SUV delivers a comfortable ride, comes with a number of great technologies and features ample interior room. For the new model year, new safety components, as well as a new V6 engine, have been added to the model. A fresh trim option has also invaded the roster, offering sportier design elements.

Exterior-wise, the new Highlander gains upgraded taillights, a silver-painted finished on select models and an enhanced front grille. Read our 2017 Toyota Highlander review below to learn more about the SUV's updates.

New Enhancements & Trims

The standard version of the Highlander comes in six trims this year: LE, LE Plus, XLE, SE (all-new), Limited and Limited Plus. The 2017 Toyota Highlander Hybrid in Dallas gains new LE and XLE trims that now sit alongside Limited and Limited Platinum models.

Highlander SE

The new SE grade comes with a dark-painted front grille, sporty suspension, black leather-trimmed seats with silver stitching, 19-inch wheels and roof rails. It also seats seven passengers.

Highlander Hybrid LE

The LE, as offered on the hybrid, is fitted with 18-inch wheels, a six-speaker sound system, tri-zone automatic climate control, keyless entry/ignition, adaptive cruise control and Bluetooth.

Highlander Hybrid XLE

A power liftgate, leather seating, satellite radio, heated seats, a sunroof and navigation can be found on the hybrid's XLE trim.

New V6 Engine

A new V6 engine is offered on all models of the standard Highlander aside from the LE. The 3.5L displacement delivers 295 horsepower and 263 lb.-ft. of torque, and is supported by a six-speed automatic. The LE gets a smaller 2.5L four-cylinder, generating 185 horsepower and 184 lb.-ft. of torque.

The hybrid model also packs the new 3.5L V6 along with an electric motor. They combine to produce 306 horsepower, and deliver an EPA-estimated 29 mpg combined, 30 city and 28 highway.

Safety Tech

Toyota Safety Sense P is standard on the Highlander. The package comes with everything from Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist and Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection to Dynamic Radar Cruise Control and Automatic High Beams. Highlighted in several 2017 Toyota Highlander reviews, these systems improve safety across the lineup.

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Why Dallas Shoppers Love the Toyota Highlander

When on the lookout for new car models in the Dallas metro area, you may have seen the 2017 Honda Pilot, GMC Acadia, Dodge Durango, Chevrolet Traverse, Ford Explorer and the Buick Enclave, but the 2017 Toyota Highlander is also a deserving option. Its features and finely crafted exterior design might just seal the deal if you're looking at multiple cars. See if the 2017 Toyota Highlander works for your daily needs, then browse our site to find the latest information on great short-term lease offers.

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Among our large group of cars, the Toyota Highlander is a well-liked option at our Toyota dealership. It's essential to make a knowledgeable choice when deciding on a car, and we hope our 2017 Toyota Highlander review is useful when it comes to this. Check out the Toyota Highlander in Dallas, TX; sending a request for a test drive at Toyota of Dallas is a simple process with our online form. Also take a moment to watch our video recording, which spotlights the car's trendy equipment!

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