Highlander features a sleek, strong exterior, complemented by a sophisticated interior. With its overall capability, versatility and class-leading 295 HP, Highlander continues to set the standard among mid-size SUVs.
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"Why the Highlander Exceeds the Competition"
2017 Ford Explorer
Comprehensive Safety: Highlander comes equipped with 8 airbags14 and Toyota Safety Sense™ P7active safety, while Explorer offers 7 airbags and can only be equipped with features similar to TSS-P through extra-cost options.
Clever Convenience: Highlander Limited comes equipped with Driver Easy Speak, a unique system that uses the microphone and audio system to amplify the driver's voice throughout the cabin.
Modern Drivetrain: Highlander's new Direct Shift -8AT 8-speed automatic transmission offers greater versatility than Explorer's 6-speed SelectShift® unit.
2017 Nissan Pathfinder
Powerful: Although both vehicles are equipped with new engines for 2017, Highlander's V6 puts out more power than Pathfinder's, at 295 hp and 263 lb.-ft. of torque versus 284 hp and 259 lb.-ft.
Modern Safety: Highlander's standard TSS-P7 active safety package includes Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist10 and Automatic High Beams11, both features not offered for Pathfinder.
Long Term Value: Highlander Limited AWD beats Pathfinder Platinum 4WD in 5-year IntelliChoice ratings, with a total ownership cost of $37,823 (versus $51,367) and a Value Rating of "Excellent" (versus "Poor")15.
2017 Honda Pilot
Powerful: With 295 horsepower and 263 lb.-ft. of torque, Highlander has more power than Pilot, which has 280 horsepower and 262 lb.-ft. of torque.
Safe: Toyota Safety Sense™ P7 is standard on all Highlander models; similar features are only offered on Pilot EX-L as part of an extra-cost package.
Efficient: Highlander XLE AWD received EPA fuel estimates of 20/26/21 mpg (city/hwy/comb)13, beating Pilot EX-L AWD's ratings of 18/26/21 mpg.