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Toyota’s Highlander has increased its sales every year for nearly a decade, and for 2017 it gets an updated V6 engine, some updated styling, a new “sport” SE trim, and the Safety Sense system standard. The updated engine is the 3.5-liter V6 that’s been powering everything from the GS 350 to the Sienna, but this year output increases by 25 hp and 15 lb-ft. To make sure that extra power won’t hurt too much at the pump, Toyota borrowed the Lexus RX 350’s 8-speed automatic.
The SE’s retuned suspension goes a long way toward controlling the body roll and wallow of a large SUV, but no one will confuse the Highlander with a true off-road machine. There’s no low-range gear or locking differential, but with 8 inches of clearance including impressive approach and departure angles given the new grille and hill-descent control and hold, the Highlander can handle moderate off-road excursions such as lawn parking or accessing some less-accommodating camping sites for family adventures. Read the full review on CarGurus: https://cargur.us/gZKcw
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