The modelRead full review
The Highlander isn’t a bad car. It’s relatively frugal for something so big, offers seating for seven – albeit with limited head room – and should prove reliable. Sadly, one thing makes it very hard for us to recommend: Toyota’s pricing. It isn’t nearly good enough to wear the price tag it does, and it’s also astronomically expensive for those buying on PCP finance.
The trimSee full equipment
We’d stick to entry-level Excel trim as it gets everything you’d need and more, including three-zone climate control, heated front seats and steering wheel, an electric tailgate, adaptive cruise control, keyless entry and all the goodies we’ve already mentioned.
The engineSee full engine specs
A 2.5-litre petrol and electric motor endow the Highlander with reasonable performance. Real-world fuel economy isn't bad, either – in our tests the Highlander averaged 36.4mpg.
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