The History of Toyota Highlander

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The History Of Toyota Highlander

The Kluger, known as the Toyota in North America, is a crossover SUV by Toyota under the Toyota name in its Kyūshū, Japan plant and its Ikeda, Osaka, assembly plant during and present. It was announced in April at the 2000 New York Auto and introduced as a 2001 model, in late 2000 in Japan and in 2001 in North America as a release 2001 model. The is the crossover counterpart to the 4Runner and has Toyota’s best-selling SUV until the outsold it in 2006.

Toyota not use the Highlander name in Australia and since it is a trim line of the Terracan SUV.

Called the in North America, the Kluger the Toyota Camry platform its Lexus RX/Toyota Harrier and came in five and seven-seat and became a sales success for in a number of markets across the The Kluger came standard front wheel drive and all wheel drive as an option. The was not meant for serious off roading, competitors such as the Jeep Cherokee, Chevrolet TrailBlazer, and own 4Runner.

Although it was originally than the 1996-2002 4Runner, the was surpassed in length by the 4Runner in

The Highlander was available in three lines in the United States: the model, the Sport model, and the model. The Base and Limited were present when the was initially introduced, while the model was introduced in March

In 2004 the wheels on the Limited changed from a 6-spoke, to a alloy. The base-model Highlander also changed from to the alloy rims that on the 01-03 Highlander Limited and

The Kluger was available in three lines in Australia: the CV model, the CVX and the Grande model. A limited CV Sport model was also in 2006. There was no hybrid available in Australia.

The only offered was the 3.3L 3MZ-FE V6.

2001-2003 2.4L 2AZ-FE I4, (119kW)

2001-2003 3.0L V6, 220hp (164kW)

2004-2007 3MZ-FE V6, 230hp (172kW)

The engine was able to propel the from 0-60mph in approximately 8.8 In 2004 the Kluger was given a new V6 engine to compete with the powerful V6 offerings from its mainly the Nissan Murano and the Pilot. The 3.3L engine it possible for the Kluger to reach 0 to (97km/h) in 7.8 seconds.

In addition to the 3.3L engine, V6-powered models were with a new 5-speed automatic replacing a 4-speed automatic while the 4-cylinder models to use the old 4-speed automatic transmission. year also saw the introduction of the third row seat. The unibody was modified behind the second row to include a depression on the trunk to accommodate the optional third row

On models without third row the depression on the trunk floor was into a storage compartment. to 2004 the spare tire was from inside the vehicle the third row seating would be located; beginning in 2004 the tire is accessible from the vehicle.) Subtle changes to the grille, front and rear and headlights round-out the major for 2004.

The Sport and hybrid each had a distinctive grille differentiating themselves from the non-hybrid models. Wheel also serves to differentiate the models — the hybrid a unique twin-spoke design.

The was available with front drive or full-time four drive. Beginning in 2006, sold in Canada are offered in a V6 four-wheel drive configuration. models are available with four-wheel drive which refers to as 4WD-i where the wheels are powered by the separate motor.

Base models are equipped a limited slip differential, up-scale models have a control system.

The Japanese was released with a centre integrated with the dashboard, the North American Highlander lacked this integrated console. The integrated centre was introduced in all U.S. Highlanders and in Limited Highlanders in the 2002 year, and in all Canadian Highlanders in the model year.

However, for early Highlanders without the centre console, a smaller stand-alone centre console was as an option, which was installed at the or could be installed by the dealer.

fuel economy using the standard testing regime is (23.0mpg-imp; 19.1mpg-US).

Toyota the second-generation Kluger and Kluger at the 2007 Chicago Auto The sole powertrain in the ‘08 Kluger is a 3.5-liter 2GR-FE V6 mated to a automatic. The previous 155horsepower four-cylinder model with transmission has been discontinued.

the 3.5-liter has 55 more horses the previous Kluger’s optional V6, the dimensional increases add a claimed to the new Kluger’s curb weight of 4,000 lb. Despite the increase in and weight, the Kluger’s gas mileage is slightly lower on front-wheel models at 17mpg-US (14L/100km; city / 23mpg-US (10L/100km; highway (last gen: (12L/100km; 23mpg-imp) city / (9.4L/100km; 30mpg-imp) hwy), and to the predecessor on all-wheel drive at 18 city / 24 highway.

Currently, the Highlander/Kluger is produced in for global markets. Toyota on building the Highlander in Blue Mississippi for the North American in the 2011 model year. the Prius will be built instead, and the Highlander will be built at Toyota Motor Indiana in Princeton, Indiana, the 2010 model year for North America, replacing production.

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At this time, no has been made on Highlander production at TMMI.


Three levels are offered (Base, and Limited) and buyers will be able to choose between or all-wheel drive. Sport and models get a standard rear-view that does not require the optional navigation system. options include leather heated seats, a touch-screen system, an upgraded stereo, a DVD entertainment system, and a towing that increases towing to 5000pounds.

The five-passenger version was replaced by the 2009 Toyota

In Australia, the new generation Kluger was in August, 2007. There are grades available, KX-R, and Grande. All grades are available either 2WD or AWD. The base KX-R is also available either five or seven whilst the latter grades are seaters only.

Specifications are similar to the US Highlander, sharing the 3.5 litre V6 2GR-FE engine and automatic transmission. However, are no plans at present to introduce a version of the Kluger into the market.

The NHTSA awarded the with five stars on crash tests.

There has news of reviving the 4-cylinder to the current Highlander in order to buyers looking for a gas efficient SUV that aren’t interested in the Hybrid version.

Initially, the was a regular, non-hybrid SUV driven by an combustion engine, but later introduced a hybrid version, the Hybrid that utilizes the Hybrid Synergy Drive combined with the company’s 3.3 liter V6 engine. The hybrid was unveiled at the 2004 North International Auto Show, and was to the public in July 2005 as a model. In North America, the version was called the Highlander

It is also the first seven-seat vehicle.

2008

The Kluger Hybrid features the generation Hybrid Synergy and allows an electric only for short distances. Weight, and fuel economy have improved.

The new Kluger Hybrid Toyota’s VDIM stability The system integrates full-time drive with intelligence, brake and throttle control, and electronically-controlled active steering.

The size and new features have led to an of 500pounds to its curb weight. At (8.7L/100km; 32mpg-imp) city / (9.4L/100km; 30mpg-imp) highway, the fuel economy, while than the Lexus RX400h’s, behind the compact Ford Hybrid, but still produces fewer emissions than the non version.

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