Used 2016 Toyota Highlander Prices

Select 2016 Toyota Highlander trim levels

2016 model year changes

The Toyota Highlander remains essentially unchanged for 2016. The tow package is now standard on all V6 Highlander models, while rain-sensing wipers are also new this year as an option. The Highlander is otherwise unaltered.

Competitive comparison

Roomy, good ground clearance, stylish and technology-filled interior, sleek exterior styling, available hybrid power and all-wheel drive

Special features for 2016

The Toyota Highlander is a mid-sized near-luxury crossover competing in a crowded segment where just about every major auto manufacturer has a hat in the ring. What makes the Highlander successful is its blend of technology, convenience and Toyota durability at the right price. With plenty of standard features, plus a bevy of options, all wrapped in an attractive package, the Highlander stands out in a crowded field.
The Toyota Highlander is a large-sized, three-row crossover SUV offered in a variety of trim levels with seating for up to eight passengers. Standard equipment offered includes: 18” alloy wheels, automated headlamps, heated and powered side mirrors, rear privacy glass, vanity rear spoiler, parking camera, 60/40 split and fold second-row, 60/40 split and fold third-row, tilt and telescope steering wheel, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, 6.1” touchscreen console and six-speaker audio system. Options and upgrades can add things like fog lamps, triple-zone climate control, leather upholstery, powered front seating, sun roof, roof rack and rails, remote entry start, 110-volt power outlet, larger touchscreen, larger wheels, GPS, LED daytime running lights, LED interior lighting, premium JBL audio system, front and rear parking sensors, second-row captain’s chairs, collision mitigation system, rear seat Blu-Ray entertainment center with 9” screen, and more. Powering the Highlander is a 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 185 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque.