Used 2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Prices

Select 2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid 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 Highlander Hybrid is a mid-sized SUV that offers three rows of roominess and plenty of extra space to haul all the luggage that you need on that next weekend excursion, with the ability to seat seven passengers and plenty of room to spare. Standard outfitting includes: 19” premium alloy wheels, powered sunroof, roof rails, LED daytime running lights, powered liftgate, vanity rear spoiler, remote entry and start, ambient LED interior lighting, heated and powered front seating, leather upholstery, triple-zone climate control, and tilting and telescoping steering wheel. Tech features offered include: rear parking sensors, GPS, collision mitigation system, parking camera with 8” touchscreen console, smartphone integration, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration and 12-speaker JBL sound system with HD and satellite radio. Options can add a larger touchscreen, rear-seat entertainment center, heated steering wheel, heated second-row seating, panoramic sunroof and more. Powering this SUV is a 3.5-liter V6 engine that’s paired to a battery pack, able to generate 280 horsepower.