Test drive a Toyota Highlander in Orangeville
These days, buyers have more choices than ever for a three-row family crossover SUV. However, don’t forget about one of the models that started it all. The redesigned 2020 Toyota Highlander steps back into the mix with key changes that should continue to make it a top pick in the class. If you are looking for a premium quality crossover SUV, then the all-new 2020 Toyota Highlander could be of interest to you! Available soon at Orangeville Toyota, Orangeville residents are encouraged to keep refreshing our inventory page and schedule a test drive as soon as possible! Now, let’s take a look at some initial features of the 2020 Toyota Highlander.
The Highlander is not just for families!
Typically, three-row crossovers are thought of as minivan replacements for families that don’t want to admit they need a minivan. But this time around, Toyota says it wanted to design the Highlander to appeal to more than just families. Empty-nesters and young, active buyers are now included in the demographics Toyota plans to target. That’s why the Highlander has dropped its utilitarian styling in favor of a sleeker, sportier look.
New build technology
In addition to its new sheet metal, the biggest news about the 2020 Highlander is that it’s now built using Toyota’s latest TNGA flexible architecture. So even though you wouldn’t realize it at first glance, the Prius, C-HR, Corolla, RAV4, Camry, and Avalon are all built using the same architecture. The advantage of TNGA is that it reduces complexity, production costs, and most importantly, weight. The result is increased fuel efficiency, better handling, and improved ride quality.
Bigger for added comfort and cargo
The third-generation Highlander was already pretty big, but measured against competitors such as the Honda Pilot, it was actually a little small. For 2020, the Highlander has grown, adding 2.4 inches in overall length. Toyota says the added length benefits the cargo area, making the Highlander a more practical hauler for your stuff. And while it’s not actually any taller than before, the new Highlander has gotten wider, which should make the cabin more comfortable for passengers.
Orangeville residents are encouraged to keep looking at our Orangeville Toyota inventory. Be the first to know when the 2020 Toyota Highlander is here! Click here to find our contact information, schedule a test drive, or to speak with a representative.