New 2021 ToyotaHighlander Hybrid Limited SUV

  • VIN: 5TDXBRCH2MS521089
  • Stock: MS521089
    Fuel Economy
    35.0/34.0 mpg City/Hwy
    Exterior Color
    Celestial Silver Metallic
    Interior Color
    Black Leather
    Body
    SUV
    Transmission
    eCVT
    Drivetrain
    All-wheel Drive
    Engine
    2.5L I-4 cyl

    Dealer Notes

    2021 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited 01j9 Celestial


    2.5L I4 PDI Hybrid DOHC 16V LEV3-SULEV30 186hp.

    AWD 2.5L I4 PDI Hybrid DOHC 16V LEV3-SULEV30 186hp eCVT 35/34 City/Highway MPG
    Toyota Highlander Hybrid

    Included Packages & Accessories

    • All-Wthr Floor/Cargo Liner
    • 50 State Emissions
    • 12.3-in Touchscreen, Bird's Eye View

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4.8Out of 5
    • Overall excellent choice for commuting or cruising

      By Scott on Tuesday, March 02, 2021

      5.0
      I chose this vehicle with retirement road trips in mind. I have the Limited trim level. The mileage is as claimed in the low to mid-thirties. Build quality is excellent as is the ride and road noise isolation. Several pro reviews comment on the noisy, unrefined 4 cylinder engine when the vehicle is pushed hard. It is annoying but not a deal buster for me. I found out the engine noise is from the secondary high pressure direct fuel injection system which activates when the accelerator is pressed hard. At cruising speeds, the primary fuel injection system is supplying most of the fuel into the intake manifold before the intake valves. Much quieter. The tech all works well and the vehicle has had zero defects or problems in the 3 months I've owned it.
    • Great car, good gas mileage, fuel tank is an issue

      By PaulieS on Thursday, April 01, 2021

      4.0
      The Pros: Nice car, rides great, very smooth. I have the XLE which has a lot of nice regular & safety features. The front seat is very comfortable, and with great adjustments. The car is overall a decent size. I don't use the far back seat so I wouldn't know about the legroom, the second row is very roomy. The trunk is larger than my previous 2016 Highlander. The 4 cylinder engine makes more noise than the 6 cylinder, at first it was annoying but I got used to it. It has 3 different modes for driving, ECO, normal and sport. I was a little worried about the response and get up and go, but if you put it in sport mode it goes, at the expense of gas mileage I'm sure, normal mode is pretty good as well, not sure what happens with the gas mileage in that mode so I tend to keep it in ECO. The safety features are great, blind spot monitoring, lane assist and intelligent cruise control to begin with are nice to have. The Cons: The navigation package is awful, I keep using my phone and on the last trip google maps beat it by 15 minutes. Plus if a phone call comes in its hard to get the directions while on a call. I tried the Android Auto and it really limits what you can do while you are driving so much to me it is not worth it. I might need to learn how to use it better but that is my first impression. My biggest pet peeve and complaint is the range and gas tank size, they specify a 17.1 gallon gas tank which if the mileage is correct would give you a range of around 600 miles. I was only getting 12.5 - 13 gallons in the tank when it said 0 miles to empty and a range of around 450 miles. Thinking something was wrong I brought it to the dealer who checked it out and called Toyota, Toyota said (according to my dealer) yes, we say 17.1 gallons but you'll only get 14 gallons into it. I haven't been able to get 14 gallons into it. They said it's 17.1 gallons but the configuration of the car only allows you to put 14 gallons at most into. Now I'm not happy. The range is one of the reasons I bought this car, otherwise I might have bought a 3 row KIA or Hyundai. What's next? Lemon law, join a class action like the RAV4 Hybrid, or live with it.
    • First Hybrid Owned

      By SilverBullet on Saturday, February 27, 2021

      5.0
      I bought this Toyota Highlander Hybrid Platinum to replace a F150 since all I haul is sand bags for traction now. I believe gas mileage obviously based on terrain is close and I’ve got 31.6-34.7 just driving back and forth to work. The power is not like my 2019 Ford Explorer Platinum but I’m not a race car driver anyways. I find the seating and ride more comfortable than the Explorer, the quality seems excellent so far, the styling is sleek with quality leather throughout, reliability hopefully based on Toyota history, performance is good enough for American roads, and cheaper by $10,000 than my Ford Platinum...so I believe this to be an economically sound vehicle. Might buy another one so oil companies and politicians don’t get Rich!

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