Toyota Highlander Hybrid Models and Highlander Hybrid History

Introduced in 2006, the Highlander Hybrid was the more fuel efficient version of the popular Highlander SUV, offering a powerful V6 engine that was mated to an electric motor to get better gas mileage with lower emissions. In 2007, Toyota offered a reduced price, entry-level Highlander Hybrid. A newly redesigned Highlander Hybrid was unveiled in 2008, offering more room, better handling, more safety features and more options. No significant changes were in store for model years 2009-2011. For 2012, third-row seating and climate control were added as standard features. GPS and Toyota's Display Audio infotainment system were added as standard equipment in 2013.

New and Used Highlander Hybrid Prices, Toyota Highlander Hybrid Model Years and History

The Toyota Highlander Hybrid marries economical and eco-friendliness with one of the best-selling SUVs to ever grace a dealer’s showroom floor.
Large, in charge, with three-rows, seating for eight, tons of cargo and cabin room and the fuel economy of a hybrid car are what you will find in the Highlander Hybrid by Toyota.
The redesigned 2014 Toyota Highlander Hybrid combines a seven-passenger cabin with a Hybrid Synergy Drive System providing 28 miles per gallon in combined fuel economy.
Receiving package updates, the 2013 Toyota Highlander Hybrid is a mid-size SUV powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 280 hp.
A mid-size SUV, the 2012 Toyota Highlander Hybrid is a fuel efficient vehicle capable of achieving up to 28 miles per gallon.
A hybrid mid-size SUV, the 2011 Highlander is a green alternative in the SUV segment that combines utility and practicality.
A mid-size, hybrid crossover SUV, the 2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid can seat up to seven passengers and thanks to its combination of gas and electric motor is capable of 27 mpg in the city.
Offering excellent fuel efficiency and ample passenger seating, the 2009 Toyota Highland Hybrid is a midsize crossover SUV that is versatile and practical.
The 2008 Toyota Highlander Hybrid is a mid-size crossover hybrid that is redesigned for the model year for increased interior volume and is powered by a powertrain that is capable of 27 mpg city and 25 mpg highway.
Combining the usefulness of a mid-size crossover SUV with the Hybrid Synergy drive train, the 2007 Toyota Highlander Hybrid can haul people and cargo while getting 32 mpg in the city.
A brand-new variation on the Highlander, the 2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid is a mid-size crossover hybrid SUV that achieves 31 mpg on the highway.