2009 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Owners Manual – Newly designed final year, the Highlander Hybrid provides a large interior, sleek journey, and refined hybrid powertrain. Nevertheless, some truly feel its price is way too high when compared with the low-hybrid Highlander. Continue to, each model succeeds our very best Midsize Crossover for the Funds prize for 2009 for all-around livability and worth.
The Highlander Hybrid remains unchanged for 2009. It’s observed as a fantastic loved one’s vehicle, but it needs rather a top quality over its fuel-powered equivalent — as well as above other hybrids. For less pricey choices, think about the Ford Escape Hybrid and Saturn VUE Hybrid. “Even though the Highlander hybrid fees many thousand money more than the normal Highlander, the gas efficiency and ego-inflating nature of the hybrid edition might just be worth the cost to a few buyers,” claims Car and Driver. “Fortunately, every little thing we love about the typical Highlander is current in the hybrid variation: exceptional interior flexibility, a strong powerplant, carlike refinement, and a good looking and large interior.”
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If you’re thinking about the Highlander Hybrid save on petrol, manage the phone numbers before signing on the dotted line. However the hybrid’s gas economy is really good for its class, it’s not good enough to counteract the SUV’s price premium. With reduced fuel costs, you could find you’re saving the environment, yet not a lot of funds. Make sure to check for recent Toyota offers which may be available on a new Highlander Hybrid.
The Highlander Hybrid is readily available in two trims — the base and Limited — in standard 4-wheel drive with either 5- or seven-seat styles.