2021 Toyota Highlander

All New, Redesigned, and Better Than Ever!

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The Next Generation

It has been twenty years since the first-generation Highlander was introduced at the 2000 New York auto show. Now, it is finally time for the most recent version of its three-row family crossover. In comparison with the third-generation model it takes over from, this latest Highlander model has a curvier and sportier design. Just from the fact that there were more than 250,000 Highlanders sold in North America last year, it can be expected that this redesigned version will be everywhere in no time.

Available in a variety of trims including: L, LE, XLE, XSE and Limited! With the Le and XLE available as a hybrid!

Starting at Only $40,150!

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10.3L/100kmCombined Fuel Efficiency
7 or 8Passenger Seating
Platinum AWD shown in Moon Dust and XLE AWD shown in Blizzard Pearl.
Platinum AWD shown in Moon Dust.
Platinum interior shown in Harvest Beige leather trim - check out the view from that panoramic sunroof!
Platinum AWD shown in Moon Dust.
Platinum AWD shown in Moon Dust.
Platinum interior shown in Harvest Beige leather trim - with massive 13" infotainment center!

Bigger & Better

Although the third-generation Highland was already quite large, it was still quite small compared to its competitors, such as the Honda Pilot. This 2021 model, however, comes with an additional 2.4 inches in overall length. Toyota claims that this extra length can benefit the cargo area, which makes the Highlander a practical hauler for your things. Even though the new model is not taller than the previous one, it has become wider, making the cabin more spacious and comfortable for everyone in the car.

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TNGA Architecture


One of the most interesting things about the 2021 Highlander is the fact that it is built with Toyota’s latest TNGA flexible architecture. You may not know this, but the same architecture is used to build the Prius, C-HR, Corolla, RAV4, Camry, and Avalon. The great thing about TNGA is that it minimizes complexity, production spending, as well as weight. This means that it will come with better fuel efficiency, improved handling, and higher ride quality.
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New Technology Features

The 2021 Toyota Highlander has gotten a serious tech-feature update. This newest model offers support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. In addition, you also have the option to upgrade to 12.3-inch touchscreen or stick to the standard 8.0-inch touchscreen. The new model also features three USB ports up front, two USB ports in the second row, a digital rear-view mirror, and several optional comfort features, including heated second-row seats.

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Hybrid & Gas Engine

There are two engine options that come with the 2021 Toyota Highlander. The first option is a 3.5-liter V-6 with an eight-speed automatic. This is great for 295 hp and 263 lb-ft of torque. Moreover, it is equipped with the optional all-wheel-drive system, which should deliver 21/27/23 mpg city/highway/combined. Another option is a hybrid engine that integrates a 2.5-liter four-cylinder with an electric motor and a CVT to make 240 hp. Initially, the hybrid will only be offered with front-wheel drive as an effort to lower cost and optimize fuel efficiency.

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2021 Toyota Highlander is Available at Sherwood Park Toyota

The wait is over! The 2021 Toyota Highlander is a sport performance vehicle that is intelligently designed and available for plenty of upgrades and customization options. Start your journey in the new Highlander and we at Sherwood Park Toyota want to help you make it happen. Visit us at 31 Automall Rd, Sherwood Park, AB T8H 0C7 or give our expert Sales Staff a call at (780) 410-2455 today.

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