Highlander 2023 is out, but some may be disappointed with its new engine.1 min read
Toyota’s mid-size SUV, which has been very popular for many years, is now releasing a new model, the Toyota Highlander. 2023, which retains the same look but comes with a new engine, the most surprising change.
The Highlander’s 3.5-liter V6 engine has now been replaced by a smaller but newer technology, the 2.4-liter V4 trailer. Even more disappointing, the Tabo technology did not boost the horsepower at 265 horsepower compared to the previous engine, which produced 295 horsepower. However, it has greater torque. Fuel level is about 6.5 liters / 100 km.On the inside, it features new technology, with the previous 7-inch counter being replaced by a 12.3-inch digital counter. The new counter also features modes such as Casual, Smart, Tough and Sporty. The touchscreen entertainment system is up to 12.3 inches for the higher options, but the lower options, such as the XLE and XSE, have an 8-inch touchscreen. There is also an interesting point about this Touchscreen: it comes with the Toyota Audio Multimedia system fitted on the Tundra 2022.
Another disappointment of the new Highlander is that it features the Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+, which is not 3.0 like some other Toyota 2023 models. These include frontal collision warning systems, automatic speed control, steering lanes, traffic sign recognition, and blind-spot functions. , Docking assist system with auto brake and auto headlights.Toyota plans to officially launch the new Highlander by the end of 2022, without specifying a price.