The Toyota Highlander Hybrid Available in Tacoma is a versatile and sophisticated SUV that brings a lot to the table.  It is a perfect family vehicle, being able to comfortably seat seven people. It has innovative safety systems, sleek controls, and stunning on-board entertainment options. It also has a spacious cargo area, being able to avail 42 cubic feet of cargo room when the third-row seat is folded down. You can get even more cargo room when the second-row seat is folded flat: an amazing 94 cubic feet of space.  Being a hybrid, it was designed to conserve fuel. It gets a fuel economy rating of 28 mpg in the city, 28 mpg on the highway.

Toyota Highlander Hybrid Available in Tacoma

Under the hood, the Toyota Highlander Hybrid Available in Tacoma packs a 3.5-liter V6 engine and three electric motors. The V6 engine and the electric motors can operate together but each can also work alone. Put together, the total power the V6 engine and the electric motors can produce is 280 horsepower. It comes in front wheel drive as standard, with continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). When extra acceleration or traction is required, a separate electric motor transmits power to the rear wheels. The Toyota Highlander Hybrid Available in Tacoma can power from zero to 60 mph in an amazing 7.4 seconds, which is quite impressive compared to other SUVs in its class. It is also built to tow, and it can comfortably pull up to 3,500 pounds.

When it comes to safety, the Toyota Highlander Hybrid Available in Tacoma goes an extra mile to ensure that you and your family or friends are safe at all times, regardless of the weather, the terrain the SUV is on, or its speed. The base model comes standard with traction and stability control, antilock disc brakes, front side airbags, a driver-side knee airbag, side curtain airbags, and active front head restraints. When brakes are applied at 60 mph, the Toyota Highlander Hybrid Available in Tacoma comes to a stop in 120 feet, which is commendable, particularly considering the extra weight it has because of the batteries for the electric motors and extra components that come with hybrid vehicles.

23 Oct 2013

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