Reserve the 2020 Toyota Highlander in Palo Alto CA

Silver 2020 Toyota Highlander on silver background

About the new 2020 Toyota Highlander

There simply is no model brand that can do what Toyota can – across the board, it’s solidified itself as an iconic vehicle manufacturer, from stellar outward appearances to versatile and durable performance capabilities. All of these factors make any Toyota model an industry flagbearer, and with the recent unveiling of the all-new 2020 Highlander at the New York International Auto Show, it’s clear that Toyota’s flagship SUV is ready to turn things up a notch.

Available in both gasoline and hybrid configurations (the latter of which can achieve a best-in-class 34 highway miles per gallon), the 2020 Highlander can produce as much as 295 horsepower, harnessed and shifted through a smooth Direct Shift 8-speed automatic transmission. All-Wheel Drive systems are standard on each Highlander trim as well, giving you unparalleled control over any terrain you’re trying to conquer.

During your drive, you and up to seven other passengers will be able to relax in premium leather comfort, enjoying crystal clear audio thanks to a 1200-watt JBL® Premium Audio System. Plus, with Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 coming standard, you’ll have the ultimate peace of mind every time you buckle in and head out.

2020 Toyota Highlander American Release Date

We’re expecting to see the 2020 Highlander make its arrival to Toyota Palo Alto in December 2019 for gasoline trims, and February 2020 in hybrid configuration. So, if you’d like more information on the vehicle ahead of time, you’re more than welcome to give our sales team a call at your earliest convenience with any questions that you have. We’d be happy to tell you what we know, and we’re looking forward to helping you get behind the wheel of the 2020 Toyota Highlander once it debuts.

Steering wheel and touchscreen of 2020 Toyota Highlander
Red 2020 Toyota Highlander Hybrid at New York International Auto Show

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