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2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited

2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited

Consumer Guide Automotive 2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited AWD

Class: Midsize Crossover

Miles driven: 299

Fuel used: 9.6 gallons

2014 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

2014 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited

Chicago radio legends Steve and Johnnie take the 2014 Toyota Highlander Hybrid for a video test drive. What did they think of their nicely equipped test vehicle? Watch and find out.


The 2014 Toyota Highlander Hybrid is EPA rated at 27 mpg city, and 28 mpg highway. How did we do? Read on.

2014 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited AWD

Miles Driven: 514

Fuel Used: 17.0 gallons

Driving Mix: 40% city, 60% highway

2014 Highlander XLE

Consumer Guide’s test Toyota Highlander arrived in XLE trim with the optional BluRay rear-seat entertainment system. Our test car came to $40,170 including the $860 destination charge.

New-Car Review2014 Toyota Highlander XLE AWD

Miles Driven: 364

Fuel Used: 21.3 gallons

Real-world fuel economy: 17.1 mpg

2014 Toyota Highlander

Highlander is redesigned for 2014 with more flowing lines and available 8-passenger seating.

Toyota’s Highlander was introduced in 2001 as one of the first “crossover” midsize SUVs. Built on an automotive-type unibody platform rather than being of truck-based body-on-frame construction, it set new standards for car-like composure for the class. Although it started life as a 5-passenger vehicle, it gained an optional 3rd row for 2004 that raised capacity to seven, and added a hybrid version the following year.

2014 Highlander

2014 Toyota Highlander

The redesigned 2014 Toyota Highlander bows in New York. The Japanese brand’s 3-row crossover gets a major styling overhaul, a new interior, and new features.

Company officials say the revamped highlander has 30 percent more sound-deadening material, making the cabin quieter and less prone to vibration and harshness.

2023 Toyota bZ4X XLE

2023 Toyota bZ4X XLE in “Heavy Metal” silver paint (a $425 option)

Consumer Guide Test Drive

2023 Toyota bZ4X XLE AWD

ClassElectric Vehicle

Miles driven: 280

Battery capacity: 72.8 kWh

2023 Toyota Crown

2023 Toyota Crown

Last night Toyota officially unveiled its latest production vehicle, and that vehicle wears one of the company’s earliest model names. The new-for-2023 Toyota Crown is a genre-bending mashup of an SUV and a full-size sedan—its unusual shape combines a SUV-like lower body with a low-and-racy fastback roofline, but unlike other “coupe-style” crossover SUVs, the Crown maintains a traditional rear trunk instead of an SUV-style liftgate. The Crown also comes standard with a gas/electric hybrid powertrain; in fact, Toyota offers a choice of two new hybrid powertrains, both with standard on-demand electronic all-wheel drive.


What’s new: 2023 ToyotaToyota’s PR department has been especially busy for the past three weeks or so, issuing a steady flow of press releases on the updates to its product line for the 2023 model year. With the release of info on several models today—most notably the Corolla compact car and the Corolla Cross subcompact crossover SUV—we now have a fairly comprehensive picture of Toyota’s complete model lineup for 2023. Check out the model-by-model details below!

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