Much like with the Camry earlier this month, we’ve realized it’s been a while since we touched on the Toyota Highlander. In fact, we’ve yet to even touch on the 2021 model year here on the blog. So, we thought we’d remedy that today by once again giving you the rundown on the different models in which the vehicle is available, as well as its many different trim levels and the base price point for each one. Check out the information in the table below.
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|Highlander Hybrid||LE||Front-wheel Drive||$38,510|
|Highlander Hybrid||LE||All-wheel Drive||$40,110|
|Highlander Hybrid||XLE||Front-wheel Drive||$41,310|
|Highlander Hybrid||XLE||All-wheel Drive||$42,910|
|Highlander Hybrid||Limited||Front-wheel Drive||$45,265|
|Highlander Hybrid||Limited||All-wheel Drive||$47,215|
|Highlander Hybrid||Platinum||Front-wheel Drive||$48,465|
|Highlander Hybrid||Platinum||All-wheel Drive||$50,415|
Hopefully, the table above helps you figure out which Highlander model might be the right one for you. As you can see, each trim level is available with your choice of either front- or all-wheel drive, with the latter running up the base MSRP a bit. The two available models are the Highlander with traditional powertrain and, of course, the Highlander Hybrid which offers improved fuel economy ratings.
If you think you might be interested in a 2021 Toyota Highlander or 2021 Toyota Highlander Hybrid of your own, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us right here at White’s Toyota of Lima today!