The 2017 Toyota Highlander in Lima, OH coming to the Allan Nott Toyota showroom has been "significantly enhanced" for the new model year. Given the fact that the crossover SUV market is one of the most competitive in the entire global automotive industry, Toyota had to work pretty hard to ensure the Highlander stays on top. Just about every piece of available technology has been upgraded for 2017 and the automaker's engineers have added more performance without sacrificing much, if any, of the crossover SUV's native fuel economy scores. The updated 2017 Toyota Highlander crossover SUV is scheduled to arrive to dealerships during the fall of 2016.
As one of the first crossovers every produced, the 2017 Toyota Highlander in Lima, OH continues the model's tradition of bringing style, technology, comfort and performance to its owners. Almost every element of the crossover is designed to show the strength of the 2017 Highlander. This includes its very bold and athletic stance on the road as well as the rest of the refreshed exterior accents. Sharp-eyed observers of the 2017 Highlander will notice the revised designs of the upper and lower grilles for a more luxury look..
The biggest change made to the 2017 Toyota Highlander in Lima, OH comes with what is offered under the hood. Toyota is bringing a 3.5-liter, V-6 engine to the crossover SUV that now features direct fuel-injection and is mated with a brand new eight-speed automatic transmission. Final figures for the horsepower and fuel-economy scores from the Environmental Protection Agency have yet to be released for the 2017 Highlander. Although, the automaker has promised that the addition of the new powertrain will have excellent results for both categories. Additionally, the new V-6 engine for the 2017 Toyota Highlander will have Start/Stop functionality to help further conserve fuel.
Base models of the 2017 Toyota Highlander in Lima, OH will still be powered by a 2.7-liter, four-cylinder engine. Customers of Allan Nott Toyota may also be interested to hear that Toyota is introducing a new trim grade for the 2017 Highlander. The new SE options package will add some unique style features as well as sport-tuned suspension. Drivers will love the engaging handling profile of the 2017 Toyota Highlander SE which will be helped by the special 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels.