The 2023 Toyota Highlander has six gas trim levels and five electrified trim levels. We’ll discuss the non-hybrid models below to help you compare some of your options. If you’re interested in any of these models, visit Magnussen’s Toyota in Palo Alto, CA, to learn more.
The L and the LE are the lowest trim level options, meaning that they are also the least expensive. That makes these two very popular, and not a bad choice if you’re on a budget. The L has a starting MSRP of $36,420 and the LE has a starting MSRP of $38,820. Both of these models can fit up to eight passengers, making this vehicle a great option for carpoolers and large families. They also have Toyota Safety Sense and ToyotaCare to keep you safe and keep service costs down.
The middle trim levels are the XLE and the XSE. The XLE has a starting MSRP of $41,820 and the XSE has a starting MSRP of $43,415. The XLE has an available 12.3-inch Toyota Audio Multimedia touchscreen that has a larger screen than the standard model. This large touchscreen is easier to read and use, an extremely user-friendly option for everyone. The same touchscreen is available on the XSE, and it has the addition of an 11-speaker JBL audio system integrated with that option. The XSE also has larger black wheels and a sport-tuned suspension.
The highest non-hybrid trim levels are the Limited and the Platinum, starting at $46,075 and $49,275 respectively. Both of these models come standard with the 12.3-inch touchscreen that is an option on the XLE and XSE. Furthermore, they both have the 11-speaker audio system which is an option on the XSE. Another upgrade for both of these models is a Panoramic View Monitor with a backup camera and dynamic guidelines for easier reversing. This feature is available on the Limited trim level and standard on the Platinum trim level. Each trim level also has its own distinct looks and personality that you can compare here at Magnussen’s Toyota.