Apart from the Hybrid model, there is the Base, Sport and Limited models respectively. Where this is concerned, the Base model comes equipped with the 2.7 liter 4 cylinder engine which boosts out 187 horsepowers fitted with a 6 speed automatic transmission gearbox while the Sport and Limited versions comes with a more powerful 3.5 liter V6 engine which gives you a whooping 270 horsepowers which comes with a 5 speed automatic transmission gearbox.

The Hybrid engine is available in 2 trim models which are the Base and Limited models. It is powered through its 3.3 liter V6 engine which unlike many Hybrid cars still manage to produce enough power through its 270 horsepowers. The Hybrid model comes which runs on either one or both the power which also comes with the CVT (Continously Variable Automatic Transmission). The Hybrid models comes standard with an All-Wheel drive system.

Safety features in the Highlander include Traction Control, ABS, Antiskid, front side and driver knee airbags as well as curtain side airbags for all seating rows. The non-hybrid models also come with the All-wheel drive which include a Hill Descent Control System as well. additions to the Highlander is where you can opt for accessories like the 3 zone climate control, the navigation control system as well as the sunroof. 18 inch wheels, rear-seat DVD entertainment systems all come standard while a 6 CD changer and an on-board JBL powered sound system also are included.

To say the least, the 2010 Highlander is perfectly suited for those who would like a more prestigious Toyota drive. This is widely regarded as an elevated Camry as it is quite big in size as compared to other Toyota cars like the RAV4 or the Yaris. Entering its fourth year, this machine is one hard tackling truck which seemed to have no problem going through some tough terrains. {mosimage} {mosimage} {mosimage} {mosimage}