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
Excel Premium adds some fancier alloy wheels, a head-up display, ventilated front seats and gesture control for the tailgate. If you do like your luxuries, it’s a small jump up in price but it's one we wouldn’t bother with.
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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