Living the High Life: 2014 Toyota Highlander Priced from $30,075 – News – Car and Driver | Car and Driver Blog

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Living the High Life: Toyota Highlander Priced $30,075

Toyota announced today on the redesigned third-generation and it’s taking the high content and a higher price from $30,075 for a base LE and all the way up to $50,650 for a top-of the line Platinum hybrid.

Thirty gets you an LE with a 187-hp, four-cylinder and a six-speed automatic, but a 3.5-liter V-6 now with a six-speed is also offered—and standard on the of the line. All 2014 Highlanders come with eight airbags, the Star Safety (vehicle stability control, control, electronic brake-force ABS, and smart-stop technology) and a camera. All-wheel drive is on all V-6 models for $1460.

The trim levels are shuffled a bit year: There are four as well as Platinum, a new, option package for the Limited. on the base LE is essentially carried for an increase of $195 on the base LE while the other trims from $890 to $1700. choices are minimal; the LE and LE Plus are meaning there are no option available.

The only choice to make is standard front- or optional drive.

Pricing and content for the Highlander breaks down as

• The LE is offered with a four-cylinder or a V-6 ($31,380). Standard equipment 18-inch aluminum wheels, audio with Bluetooth, a camera, eight-passenger seating, air a roll-top storage console, and power and USB ports.

• The LE Plus ($33,600) is more with foglamps, a power with a manually opening window, an eight-way power seat with lumbar Entune audio with and HD radio, three-zone climate and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and

• The XLE ($36,900) loads on additional features such as a smart pushbutton start, leather heated front seats, a Entune premium audio nav and an eight-inch display, HomeLink, and an system. There are two options: captain’s chairs and a rear-seat entertainment system.

• The Limited ($40,500) is living It features 19-inch chrome-plated LED daytime running lamps, a monitor with rear alert, rear parking leather seating with captain’s chairs, heated and front seats, driver’s seat and mirrors, a four-way passenger seat, and Entune JBL with nav and app suite.

• Finally, the Limited offers a new package ($42,990) with a sunroof, a heated steering heated second-row captain’s a Blu-ray entertainment system, and a Technology package that emergency assistance, pre-collision dynamic radar cruise lane-departure warning, and automatic beams.

These features are offered separately on the Limited as

The Highlander hybrid has moved on up as The base hybrid (last $41,030) has been dropped; the model is now the Limited ($48,160). A package ($50,650) is also

All Highlander hybrids feature all-wheel drive.

The new Highlander is with what we’ve from Toyota as it redesigns its to be more stylish, more and more carlike. And in this there’s no missing the fact this one has some very upmarket intentions.

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