2011 Toyota Highlander Review and Prices
About 2011 Toyota Highlander
The arrival of the 2011 Toyota Highlander marks a new phase in the series and the manufacturers have done their best to introduce refreshing styling changes to suit the needs and tastes of modern drivers. To learn more of the new incorporations to this model, you can get more details below.
The styling elements of Toyota Highlander 2011 have incorporated minor changes in the tail styling revisions to deliver the second-generation Highlander models into the market. The new 2011 Toyota highlander is larger than the first generation 2011 Toyota Highlander.
On the interior, it comes with a third row seating room ideal for your kids. However, the first- and second-row seating are topnotch. The unibody design featured by this vehicle also contributes to a weight loss to increase fuel economy by reducing wind resistance. It also leads to lower external size leading to other benefits such as maneuverability.
Mechanical-wise, the 2011 Toyota Highlander will once again offer 4- to 6-cylinder engine along with an all-wheel and front-wheel drive systems option. The engine power has been expanded for this model can deliver 187 horsepower.
Pro’s of 2011 Toyota Highlander
*Unique styling and design that combines comfort and practicality
*The 2011 model marks the high-tech credentials to set new standard for the series
*Unibody structure delivers smooth driving and fuel economy
*Considered as all-weather traction-enhancer that makes it ideal for off road driving
*The 2011 Highlander model equipped with new and standard safety features
*Lots of entertainment features for a fun, long drive
Con’s of 2011 Toyota Highlander
*There is really no major drawback to this vehicle model, especially at the price. Indeed, experts believe there is a lot more life left to the second-generation Toyota Highlander models.
Toyota has not released the details for the prices of the 2011 Toyota Highlander lineup yet by the time of this review. However, it is expected that prices will be slightly raised as compared to the 2010 model due to the incorporation of standard and additional features, along with a major facelift given for this product. Starting with last year’s model though, Toyota has broken their own tradition of delivering annual increase to the prices of their model introductions such that it has maintained the 2009 prices. The same thing remains to be seen for this year’s releases, although base price range is expected to be approximately around $28,200 to $33,870.
The Bottom Line
The 2011 Toyota Highlander is the best choice for anyone looking to purchase a large-capacity crossover vehicle that incorporates features of various genres. This is a genious combination of a minivan and SUV, thus making it ideal for mid-sized to large families. It comes with a more masculine appeal and versatile seating than a minivan, while it offers the brawny durability and off-road driving capacity of an SUV. Hence, any buyer looking to get a valuable bargain would be pleased with its very affordable price range.