2019 Toyota Highlander Features | Stevenson Hendrick Toyota

2019 Toyota Highlander Features | Stevenson-Hendrick Toyota Jacksonville

2019 Toyota Highlander Features Introduced in 2000, the Highlander or Kluger, as it is known in Australia and Japan, by Toyota is a mid-size crossover SUV. The Highlander was one of the first midsize crossovers to hit the market. From featuring a spacious and quiet cabin to delivering a smooth ride, the Highlander ticks all the right boxes, making it one of the most desirable midsize crossovers on the market today. Recently, Toyota launched the 2019 version of the Highlander. The Japanese automotive manufacturer has started selling the 2019 Toyota Highlander through its showrooms in Jacksonville and other parts of the country. We, in this post, take a look at a few features of the car. 1. Safety features Toyota cars are known for their safety features; the 2019 Highlander is no exception. The SUV comes with Toyota’s Star Safety System, a suite of six safety features including Enhanced Vehicle Stability Control, Anti-Lock Brake System, Smart Stop Technology, Brake Assist, Electronic Brake Force Distribution, and Traction Control. Toyota’s Advanced Airbag System includes eight airbags that are designed to protect vital body parts in the event of a collision. Blind Spot Monitor alerts you to vehicles entering your blind spot zones. When reversing, Rear Cross Traffic Alert becomes your third eye, alerting you to vehicles approaching your Highlander. 2. Interior The 2019 Highlander features an ergonomically designed interior. From comfort to convenience, everything is taken care of. The interior features five USB ports that help you and your passengers charge devices swiftly.

The SUV comes with a 60/40 split third-row seat that can be folded and reclined to create extra cargo space. The Highlander features silencing insulation materials that help reduce noise entering from outside. Rear-seat entertainment helps keep your passengers engaged during long journeys. 3. Performance Thanks to its efficient 3.5-liter V6 direct injection engine, the 2019 Highlander can run for up to 27 miles on a gallon of gas (highway). The Highlander’s efficient engine also helps it earn an Ultra Low Emission Vehicle II rating.

To help you save more fuel, the 2019 Highlander features the Stop and Start Engine system that switches the engine off when you halt at a traffic signal. Dynamic Torque-Control All-Wheel Drive helps ensure better control. Test drive the 2019 Toyota Highlander in Jacksonville today itself.

Source: Toyota