Portland, OR Drivers Will Enjoy the Functionality of the Toyota Highlander

Three-row SUVs will always remain popular options as family carriers as they have the cabin space of a minivan but style and performance of a smaller model. Among this class, the new Toyota Highlander stands out in several regards, from its interior space and comfort to the automotive tech in it. We think many drivers around Willamette Valley would benefit from buying or leasing a new Toyota Highlander, and if you're interested, you'll find more info on the three-row SUV below!

Why is the 2020 Toyota Highlander the Ideal Three-Row SUV for Beaverton?

The design of the new Toyota Highlander is what separates it from the other models of the Toyota lineup as it has one of the most spacious cabins of the bunch with seating for eight or cargo storage up to 83.7 cubic feet. The interior also houses a plethora of USB ports, amenities like cupholders, and features like an available rear-seat entertainment system that prove the Highlander's credentials as a family-carrier.

What else makes the 2020 Highlander an SUV that Hillsboro parents will love? Safety, of course! The Toyota Safety Sense Package is standard on the new mid-size SUV so that every driver of it can enjoy features like Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection and Lane Departure Alert. It's these features and more like the many airbags in the cabin that make the 2019 Toyota Highlander a 2019 Top Safety Pick of the IIHS and how it earned a 5-star Overall Safety Rating from the NHTSA.

What's New with the 2020 Toyota Highlander?

You are a savvy shopper near Hillsboro, and you will not be tricked by simple marketing into purchasing something that you don't really need. That is why we are taking some time today to look at the differences between the 2019 and the 2020 Toyota Highlander models. Is it really worth springing for the new model?  Let's dive in and take a closer look.

Safety Upgrades

Safety is always a top priority for Toyota in every vehicle that it builds. The people there saw some potential areas of improvement on the 2019 model and decided that they would take the opportunity to make those improvements in the 2020 version. In the 2020 Toyota Highlander, you will find the Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 system that includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian monitoring, a lane departure alert system, and automatic high beams.

The point of each one of these upgrades is to take some of the burden off the shoulders of the driver and allow the machine itself to do the work. You may not realize just how much time and effort can be saved by doing so, but it is definitely a high-point.

More Powerful Engine Options

The 2020 Toyota Highlander had a pretty impressive engine. It was a 185-horsepower 2.7-liter four-cylinder machine that packed a significant amount of power for a vehicle like this. However, it does not compare to the 295-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine that is in the 2020 version. This adds a whole new dimension to getting the Toyota Highlander up to speed and getting where you need to go around the greater pacific northwest.

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We Carry Both Models

Here at Royal Moore Toyota near Willamette Valley, we make an effort to carry as many models of as many vehicles as we possibly can for you. While we believe that the 2020 Toyota Highlander has a lot of nice upgrades compared to the one from the year before, we also know that some people are not yet in a position where they can afford the latest thing. If you want to go with the 2019 Toyota Highlander, we can certainly help make that happen as well. You are more than welcome to come and check both models out and compare them for yourself to see which makes sense for you.  We look forward to seeing you!

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