Is Your New Toyota Highlander Hybrid or Electric?
If you follow news about the automotive industry, you know that car-makers are unveiling new hybrid and electric vehicles practically everyday. Many drivers are growing increasingly concerned about the environment, so it’s only natural that auto manufacturers are responding by designing more eco-friendly hybrids and electric vehicles.
Don’t know the difference between a hybrid and an EV? Let our Toyota dealers demonstrate when you visit Toyota of Newnan.
2020 Toyota Highlander: Hybrid or EV?
While you certainly can’t go wrong with a hybrid sedan, today’s hybrid choices are available in other body styles. For example, the 2020 Toyota Highlander is a hybrid SUV that has seating for seven or eight passengers. As is the case with a lot of other vehicles, the new Toyota Highlander is offered in multiple trims, which include the LE, XLE, Limited, and Platinum.
As you get to know the Toyota Highlander, you’ll notice that you don’t need to make any compromises when it comes to reducing the size of your carbon footprint. This SUV records an estimated 36 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway, allowing you to reduce your emissions and make less stops at the gas station.
Being a hybrid automobile, the 2020 Toyota Highlander Hybrid is equipped with a gas engine and a battery-electric powertrain, allowing it to achieve an impressive 243 horsepower. In comparison, electric vehicles run solely on battery power and don’t have a separate gas engine.
Test Drive the Toyota Highlander
When you visit our Newnan Toyota dealership, we’ll show you how smoothly the Toyota Highlander Hybrid handles the road. To learn more about hybrids and electric vehicles, visit Toyota of Newnan. We hope to see you soon!