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Toyota Rolls Out New Look for 2020 Highlander

Toyota rolls out new look for 2020 Highlander

With an aesthetic makeover and a full list of standard and available features, the 2020 Toyota Highlander is ready to impress. Learn more and test drive the Highlander today at any Earnhardt Auto Centers dealership, especially Earnhardt Toyota in Mesa.

Toyota rolls out new look for 2020 Highlander

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According to a MotorTrend review, the 2020 Highlander features a vertical front end and a shark nose, offering an overall sleeker look. The Highlander still offers plenty of power, with a 295-hp, 263-lb-ft 3.5-liter V6 and eight-speed automatic transition. All-wheel drive is optional, and towing capacity stayed at 5,000 pounds.

Toyota rolls out new look for 2020 Highlander

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Safety features include a digital rearview mirror with a camera. Standard Toyota Safety Sense detects cars, cyclists and pedestrians. Lane assist and adaptive cruise control provide additional safety and comfort. Inside, you’ll find a 12.3-inch touchscreen on higher end trims, with the 8-inch touchscreen standard on lower trims. The Highlander is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, on a configurable display.

Toyota rolls out new look for 2020 Highlander

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Stay connected on or off-road in the Toyota Highlander – three USB ports up front along with a tray above to set your phone, with a pass-through for your charging cable makes charging your devices simple. Wireless charging is standard on XLE and higher end trims, and WiFi is available for up to five devices.

Toyota rolls out new look for 2020 Highlander

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The Highlander also doesn’t skimp on comfort — a heated steering wheel, heated and cooled front leather seats and heated second-row seats are standard on higher-end trims. An available panoramic moon roof extends over the first two rows.

Toyota rolls out new look for 2020 Highlander

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Seating options for the Highlander include second-row captain’s chairs for seven-passenger seating or a bench seat for eight passengers.  Second-row passengers can access two USB ports, a 120-volt outlet and climate control. The third row reclines or can fold flat to carry more gear. And Toyota increased cargo room behind the third row from 13.8 to 16.1 cubic feet.

Toyota rolls out new look for 2020 Highlander

Photo credit: Consumer Reports

According to the MotorTrend review, the 2020 Highlander goes on sale in December, and the hybrid option arrives in early 2020. Don’t miss this chance to try this comfortable powerhouse! Learn more about the 2020 Highlander at Earnhardt.com or at Earnhardt Toyota. The Highlander is sure to please!

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Carolyn Sostrom is a long-time Arizona resident who loves desert sunsets, warm weather and zumba. As a writer, she’s covered technology, medical and travel topics.

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