Nigerians love all cars Toyota, the Toyota Highlander is not an exception. It is mostly loved because of its functionality, family-friendly nature, frugal gas mileage, consistently good reliability, and good looks.


The first-generation Toyota Highlander was first introduced in 2001.

This first-generation Toyota Highlander offered as a choice of four- and six-cylinder powertrains, and seats for up to seven passengers.

The second-generation Highlander arrived for the 2008 model year was in production until 2013

The third and current-generation Highlander was introduced in 2014 model with the same powertrain options as its predecessor.


The Handsome Toyota Highlander is sleek, approachable, smooth and accommodating.


The Toyota Highlander offers a 3.5L V6 engine for those who want a lot of power under the hood equipped with an 8-speed Electronically Controlled automatic Transmission with intelligence in the Highlander and a front or all-wheel drive.

The newer editions come with three distinct modes that let you tailor the Highlander driving dynamics match your mood.

  1. The Sport Mode: This provides sharper and faster acceleration.
  2. The ECO Mode: This provides and helps maximize fuel efficiency.
  3. The Normal Mode: The provides and automatically blends fuel economy with performance.

Comfort & Design.

The Toyota Highlander has elegant interiors and designs, the seat cushions tend to be firm.

The leather seats have a rise in the centre that’s startlingly proctological. The side bolstering is sufficient for the occasional hard corner, and the lumbar support is adequate.

The Highlander seats are roomy but firm, with an available panoramic sunroof overhead.
The Highlander is spacious, with three rows of seats that can comfortably accommodate 7-8 people, for friends/family hang-out, no one will be left out.

If you carry extra cargo around town, you will appreciate that this midsize crossover let you fold down the second- and third-row seats to create a flat load floor.

Off-Road Ability.

Do you live in Lagos? You would know all roads are not created equal, so whether you live on the mainland or island.

The Toyota Highlander has been thoroughly equipped with off-road ability enabling this midsize SUV to offer a version of multiple terrain software for different surfaces. No bad roads will stop you from moving in this vehicle.

With these few points, I hope I have been able to convince you and not confuse you that you should consider buying the Toyota Highlander.

If yes, go on to but if not, put on your post notification, we will be reviewing another car next week.

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