2023 Toyota Highlander Replaces V-6 with 2.4L Turbo-Four

2023 Toyota Highlander Replaces V-6 with 2.4L Turbo-Four

Apparently Toyota has started to progressively transition away from its time tested 3.5-liter V-6 motor. The 2023 Highlander three-column SUV trades out that normally suctioned engine for a new turbocharged 2.4-liter inline-four that produces 265 pull and 309 pound-feet of force — a drop of 30 hp from the V-6 yet an increment of 46 pound-feet of force. Toyota asserts that the four-chamber will accomplish a similar 24 mpg joined as the V-6 with regards to its EPA evaluations.

The new gas motor will again match with an eight-speed programmed transmission and either front-or all-wheel drive. The Lexus NX350 additionally utilizes a form of this motor; in that application it makes 275 hp and 317 pound-feet of force. Towing limit with regards to the Highlander will be unaltered at 5000 pounds. The Highlander’s crossover powertrain won’t change for the new model year and ought to accomplish similar EPA appraisals of up to 36 mpg consolidated for the front-wheel-drive model.

Different updates incorporate a recently discretionary 12.3-inch advanced check bunch that is presented on the Limited and Platinum trim levels. Power collapsing mirrors are recently standard on all models, and the XLE and XSE manages gain a power liftgate as standard. The remote cell phone charger is moved to a more advantageous spot on the dashboard, and there are a few slight inside trim changes and another outside

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