Toyota Highlander Oil Type

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Toyota Highlander

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You can find 63 different trims for the Toyota Highlander and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 2001 through to 2024 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

First entering production in 2000 with customers getting first delivery in 2001, the Toyota Highlander is a mid-sized crossover SUV.

Underneath is a platform that is designed more for road use than off-road use and this has been the key to success with modern crossover vehicles.

Quickly, the Highlander gained amazing sales and outperformed other SUVs from the company who were still based on a heavy chassis.

It wasn't until the RAV4 was redesigned that this crossover lost its place as the top-selling SUV from Toyota.

In Japan, this model has always had to go by the name Kluger due to a trademark from South-Korean automobile manufacturer Hyundai.

Sales have climbed year-on-year almost the entire life of the Highlander model as people move from traditional car layouts such as the Camry.

Since the introduction of the SUV, the safety ratings have been impressed with the only real issues being found in rollover tests, as is tradition for many SUVs.

The latest version of the Highlander was released in 2019 and not only did the company drastically improve the aesthetics of it they also added mobile device connectivity for Apple and Android devices.

Engine choices for the modern version are fairly limited, you can choose between a 2.5 liter hybrid gasoline power plant or a  more sporty 3.5 liter gasoline V6.