2013 Toyota Highlander

February 23rd, 2013 · Comments Closed · Toyota

2013 Toyota Highlander – The 2013 Toyota Highlander is a medium-sized crossover SUV produced by Toyota. This is a new and heavier than the Toyota Camry. Announced in April 2000 in the New York Auto Show and will end 2000 in Japan and in January 2001 in North America, the Highlander was the first car-based crossover SUV or midsize companies. The Highlander is the crossover counterpart to the more rugged, truck-based 4Runner midsize SUV and the Toyota bestseller before it defeated by less than the RAV4 in 2006.

You can not use the 2013 Toyota Highlander name in Australia and Japan calls due to a registered trademark of Hyundai Terracan cut line, the Toyota vehicle, the Toyota Kluger is, the name derives from the German word Kluger, meaning, or as smart. The 2013 Toyota Highlander is available in three trim levels in the U.S.: the base model, the Sport model, and the Limited model. The Base and Limited models were present when the Highlander was initially introduced, while the Sport model was introduced in March 2006.

In 2004, the wheels on the Limited from a six-spoke, five-spoke alloy has grown. The wheel base model Highlander rims also had the wheels of steel alloy that were in the 2001-2003 model year Highlander Limited and Sport Package models changed as a distinctive grille design that is different from the non-sport models. Style of the wheel also serves to distinguish the different models, hybrid sport single double outlets.

2013 Toyota Highlander sold in Canada are only available in a configuration of the V6 with all-wheel drive. Hybrid models with four driven wheels are called part-time. Toyota 4WD-i, where the rear wheels by a separate electric motor to be driven is intended for use on snow and ice, and is prone to overheating of the motor back on the road.

Base models come with a limited slip differential, while the up-models with a control system stability. And Australia The Japanese Kluger was integrated with a center console in the dashboard release, while the North American Highlander initially did not have, this integrated center console. The integrated center console was all Highlanders in the U.S. and Canada introduced in model year 2002 and every mountain Highlanders of Canada in model year 2003. But for these early 2013 Toyota Highlander without the integrated center console was a small independent integrated center console option, it has been installed at the factory or can be installed by the dealer.