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The review for 2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

Posted on July 12, 2010 in Toyota | Write a review

The hybrids of today are driving the green technological world where everybody is talking of going just green. The new 2010 Highlander talks of just that with excellent fuel economy and ample of good driving capabilities and support. The new machine from Toyota is one of the best alternatives for conventional crossovers. The best features in the new Toyota Hybrid are its exceptional great performance and good driving dynamics with attractive cabin and flexibility in seating arrangements. The new machine from Toyota can comfortably seat up to seven passengers and is best viable options for bigger families and longer drivers. The new 2010 Toyota is highly unchanged compared to its earlier versions.

The new midsize 2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid crossover SUV is available in two trim levels that are the base and the limited trim versions. The base Hybrid version in the new Toyota comes with a 17 inch alloy wheels, with standard features like keyless entry, tilt and telescoping steering column, towing package, six speaker CD/MP3 stereo having an auxiliary audio jack, cloth upholstery and many other additional features. The trip computer comes with a 3.5 multifunction display and also a standard back up camera system. The highlander limited version comes equipped with a 19 inch alloy wheels, fog lights, power liftgate, roof rack, leather upholstery, auto on/off headlights, power adjustable heated front seats, rear cargo area cover, stereo with six disc CD changer, compass and satellite radio capabilities. The optional feature included in the new machine involves tri zone automatic climate control system, third row seat, and other extra features that are all included in the limited versions.

The limited version of the new hybrid comes equipped with features like a sunroof, voice activated navigation system, rear seat DVD entertainment system, Bluetooth, nine speaker JBL audio system and lots of other features. The new 2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid comes with equipped features like 3.3-liter V6 gasoline engine and trio electric motors. It gives output of over 270 horsepower that is transferred to the rear wheels through a continuously variable automatic transmission options and also an all wheel drive system. The safety features included in the new machine come with stability control, antilock disc brake system, front side airbags, full-length side curtain airbags, and active front seat head restraints and varied other features. The standard feature also includes a hill start assist feature that is very useful.

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