Toyota Highlander



The 2000 New York Motor Show exhibited, a new, 5-seat off-road station wagon – the Highlander. Produced since October 2000, the American vehicle comes with a 2.4-liter 160 hp or 3.3-liter 230 hp engine. The 2000 Tokyo Motor Show marked the debute of a version for the Japanese market, called the Kluger V, with a different air inlet, 4x2 or 4x4 drive and a 2.4-liter 160 hp in-line or 3.0-liter 220 hp V6 engine. In 2004, the Kluger L version with the same engines was introduced. In Australia, the vehicle is sold under the Kluger name (with a 3.3-liter 234 hp plant), and in New Zealand – as the Highlander (with a 3.3-liter 234 hp). At the 2004 Detroit Motor Show, the Highlander Hybrid was shown. It has a hybrid power plant of 272 hp, comprising a 3.3-liter 211 hp V6 petrol engine and two supplementary electric motors of 167 and 68 hp, respectively. Since March 2005, the car is also offered in Japan as the Kluger Hybrid.


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