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Versatile and Dependable

Equally adept to daily commutes and long road trips, the Toyota Highlander is ready for any excursion that you may have in mind. With three spacious rows and high considerations for safety, its an apt family vehicle. It meets and surpasses the expectations of its class, delivering impressive versatility, capability, and technology, all complemented by respectable fuel economy.

This Highlander can hold up to eight passengers with lasting comfort and support, and there’s ample space for stowing your cargo. Whether you’re loading groceries or packing up for a vacation, the Highlander can provide all the room you need. It’s capable engine options also offer plenty of power for hitting the highways of Tennessee. Excellent crash test ratings and Toyota’s high regard for road safety will keep you and your passengers safe no matter where the road takes you.

There are a lot of midsize SUVs on the market today, but there’s only one Highlander. If you’d like to see what makes this versatile Toyota stand out in its class, come see it for yourself at Nashville Toyota North. We’re sure you’ll love the Highlander inside and out as soon as you hop in for a test drive.   

Learn More About the 2020 Toyota Highlander

The 2020 Toyota Highlander comes redesigned for the year. Some of the extra features you receive relies heavily on technology and smartphone connection apps. For instance, you gain Apple CarPlayTM, Android AutoTM, Amazon Alexa, and Waze functionality to go along with the other tech features you already receive such as satellite radio, HD radio, a 12-inch touchscreen, a 12-speaker JBL audio system, and Bluetooth®*.

As far as comfort is concerned, the leather seats, heated seats, and extra legroom for the third row gives you and your passengers plenty to love. In fact, your friends and family will be comfortable whether you’re driving across town or across the country. The Highlander also keeps you safe by providing road sign detection, automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, front and rear parking sensors, automatic high beams, lane keeping assist, rear cross-traffic alert, and more. The 2020 Toyota Highlander has plenty of aspects you’re certain to love. Consider the 2020 Highlander today!

History of the Highlander

The First Toyota Highlander arrived on U.S. roadways in 2001, holding five and offering two trim levels.  It came with a variety of convenient standard features like cruise control, and it provided a CD player during a time when makers were still transitioning away from analog devices. It also presented options like heated seats, keyless entry, a power moonroof, and leather upholstery.

The Highlander received several updates in 2004, featuring new designs for its headlamps, an attractive new grille, and the option for a third row of seating. Four years later, the second generation was released, now with a larger body a more room in the cabin. Traction control, antilock brakes, and hill start assist all came as standard features. The SUV underwent a mid-generation update in 2017, continuing to develop its distinct looks and performance.   

The Highlander is Here at Nashville Toyota North

Whether you’re searching for a well-rounded SUV like the Highlander or any other Toyota model, we’re sure that you’ll find it here at Nashville Toyota North. From efficient compacts like the Prius to hearty trucks like the Tacoma, there’s something for any driver’s interests at our dealership. Our inventory is listed online to browse at your convenience. All our vehicles come with an unbeatable value, but you can save even more when you opt for our special offers and incentives.

*Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Toyota is under license. A compatible Bluetooth®-enabled phone must first be paired. Phone performance depends on software, coverage and carrier.