Rent a Toyota Highlander
Seats one big happy family
- Class: Wagon
- Seating: 7 Adults
- Bag Space: 3 large, 3 small
- Gas Mileage: 18 City / 24 Highway
- Complimentary 24 Hour Roadside Assistance
If you're on the lookout for a good, reliable family hauler, you're in the right place. Cue to Toyota Highlander, one of Toyota's entry to the mid-size crossover SUV market, and it's actually not that old of a model, since it was first announced and revealed at the year 2000, and arrived at Japan by the year 2000 and North America by the year 2001.
Despite so, it was Toyota's best selling SUV, until it got surpassed by its smaller sibling, the RAV4. Being a crossover variant to the more rugged, truck-based 4Runner, it is a very reliable piece of a car, being yet another Toyota manufactured car, which is like having a seal of guarantee ever since the 1900s. There are multiple reasons as to why you might choose the Highlander over other Toyota models, such as the Camry and the Corolla.
Being a forward-looking family vehicle, the car is very safe. If you happen to have a crash in one of these, you may pat yourself in the shoulder as Toyota has gone the extra mile to ensure a full range of safety features are provided. Such as a backup camera, blind-spot monitoring, and a rear cross-traffic alert system. Rest assured that you are completely surrounded by airbags that will soften the blow during the worst-case scenario.
Nowadays, technology is also very much concern amongst drivers. Therefore, Toyota has incorporated advanced infotainment systems into their vehicle, as the trend goes in their Highlanders. Connectivity is almost always filled to the brim when driving one, all accessible within the car's dashboard.
One of the killing features that the Highlander has is capacity. It's a big car, hence the category name mid-size crossover SUV. The storage space is gigantic, it can pretty much take up any cargo you throw at it, and the passengers and the driver will be in comfort all while carrying groceries and goods as well, as the cabin is designed to be as quiet as possible without sacrificing the balance between handling and ride quality.
It's a very well-received SUV for a reason, combining safety, reliability, performance, drivability, and storage together creates a harmonious recipe that can be credited for the Highlander's major success in the SUV market. So if you're on the lookout for a mid-sized crossover SUV, look no further.