2022 Toyota Highlander Sales in Orlando, FL

2022 Toyota Highlander

2022 Toyota Highlander Deals in Orlando, FL

For decades, the Toyota Highlander has served as the measuring stick for all crossover SUV options. This point is as factual as ever with the 2022 Toyota Highlander, a model that debuted in 2001 as a family SUV. Without a doubt, compact crossover SUV options are phenomenal for daily driving, moving the carpool, running errands, or going on weekend adventures.

 The 2022 Highlander stands out with its spacious interior, towing capabilities, and fun driving dynamics. It is also a safe option, with modern driver-assist features. Beyond its practical package, the 2022 Highlander also sports modern entertainment features. Learn more about the 2022 Toyota Highlander and compare it to other options for sale at Central Florida Toyota in Orlando, FL.

Interior Review of the 2022 Toyota Highlander

The 2022 Toyota Highlander has over 130 cubic feet of space for its seven or eight passengers. Twin captain chairs come standard in the second row of all but the Highlander L and LE models. The two base models come with a second-row bench that seats three. Though the upper-level trims have fewer seats, it leaves more room for stretching out or stowing belongings. Behind the seats are 16 cubic feet for storage, and you can fold the back seats flat for 48 cubic feet or both rows for 84 cubic feet.

The 2022 Highlander interior has a thoroughly modern entertainment system. The 8-inch touchscreen display is standard though Limited and Platinum trim levels have 12.3-inch screens. The touchscreen lets you stream music or GPS directions from your smartphone, and you can subscribe to satellite radio or built-in Wi-Fi. If you have an account, the 2022 Highlander also includes standard Amazon Alexa® compatibility.

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Exterior Review of the 2022 Toyota Highlander

The 2022 Highlander has an attractive grille and classic design, and it can come in the following colors:

  • Blizzard Pearl
  • Celestial Silver Metallic
  • Magnetic Gray Metallic
  • Midnight Black Metallic
  • Moon Dust
  • Opulent Amber
  • Ruby Flare Pearl
  • Wind Chill Pearl

Power and Performance of the 2022 Toyota Highlander

The 2022 Highlander comes with either an exclusively gas-powered engine or a hybrid setup. Either option is efficient, though the hybrid is more so. The gas-only models still have competitive EPA ratings, and they are more powerful.

The standard engine is the gas-only V6 that puts 295 horsepower through the front wheels and pairs with an eight-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel-drive is optional, which trades in some fuel efficiency for the ability to tow up to 5,000 pounds.

The 2022 Highlander hybrid models pair an engine and two motors to output 243 horsepower through the front or all the wheels. It substitutes a continuously variable transmission designed by Toyota to maximize efficiency. Despite lower power output, the hybrid Highlander can still tow up to 3,500 pounds.

The 2022 Highlander is a superb driver with either layout. If you want a more dynamic suspension, go for the SE or XSE. For a more absorbent setup, you will want the XLE or LE model.

Available Technology Features

Key Technology Features

  • Optional JBL® speakers
  • 8.0-inch or 12.3-inch entertainment touchscreen
  • Amazon Alexa, Android Auto™, Apple CarPlay®, SiriusXM® satellite radio
  • Wi-Fi hotspot
Available Safety Features

Key Safety Features

  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Automatic emergency brakes with pedestrian detection
  • Automatic high-beam headlamps
  • Blind-spot monitoring with rear-cross-traffic alert
  • Lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist

Find Your 2022 Toyota Highlander at Central Florida Toyota

See the 2022 Toyota Highlander in person at Central Florida Toyota in Orlando, FL. Moreover, our associates will answer any of your questions to find you the car suited to your life and budget.

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