The 2016 Toyota Highlander model remains unchanged from the previous year other than a towing package now standard for all V6 powered models. The standard engine available on the base trim remains the anemic inline-4 unit, while the V6 engine is the real deal here, available on all trims as standard and as an option on the base trim. The price for the 2016 Toyota Highlander starts at $30,490 and goes up to $45,000.
For the price range, the cabin of the Toyota Highlander varies from acceptable to good in terms of material quality. If that is kept aside, the Highlander offers a well-put and sturdy cabin with a spacious first two rows. Although the third-row seats and the cargo space both remain tight on the Highlander as usual. Currently, the Highlander competes against the likes of Chevrolet Traverse, Jeep Grand Cherokee, and Dodge Durango.