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2017 Toyota Highland Hybrid - Dash Lights Going Crazy And Won't Start
Hi - My 2017 Highlander Hybrid won't start or jump. All the lights on the dash start going crazy, and the screen cycles between 'put the car in park' and 'hybrid system stopped' etc. I tried going...
Hybrid Battery Running Low
Im at the car wash in my 2017 Hybrid AWD highlander. 49,000 miles. goin through the car wash in neutral, after about 6 minutes, a warning light came on telling me my hybrid battery is running low,...
2019 Toyota Hybrid Hylander
Just bought ‘19 Hybrid Toyota Hylander Platinum AWD and after 800 miles after starting when I put it in gear it makes a high pitch whining noise. It’s worse in Reverse. When I accelerate it stops....
Intermittent Window Failure
Have had a 2007 Hylander since new, few issues, a great car. Also, have a dog who rides in the backseat sometimes. He weighs maybe 30lbs. We occasionally have had and continue to have a problem w...
If Someone Wants To Test Drive, How Should I Handle That?
I'd like guidance on how best to handle selling my car (which I've listed with CarGurus) so I don't get scammed. Whats the best way to offer a potential buyer a test drive? Go with them? Best way to...
Toyota Highlander Hybrid Overview
When the Highlander Hybrid was introduced for the 2006 model year, Toyota was the only car manufacturer to offer both a sedan and an SUV as a hybrid. The Highlander was also the first seven-passenger hybrid SUV on the market. The Highlander is a car-based SUV, making for easier handling and a smoother ride than a truck-based SUV. The Highlander uses the same platform as the Lexus RX330 but is much more affordable.
The Toyota Highlander looks much the same as the regular Highlander, with the exception of a chrome grille, LED headlights, and badging. The Hybrid gets slightly better gas mileage than the Highlander, but where it really shines is in emissions output.
The Highlander Hybrid is not meant to be taken off-road, unlike other Toyota offerings like the RAV4 and the Land Cruiser. Instead, the Highlander is geared towards buyers who use SUVs to cart around their family, sport gear, groceries, and pets.
The Highlander Hybrid is popular for the "cool-factor," but it is significantly more expensive than the conventional Highlander.