The 2021 Toyota Highlander has ten trim levels, which allows for a wide range in price and enhancements. It also has both normal gasoline-engine models and hybrid powertrain models, meaning that you can choose models with better fuel economy ratings. Below, we’ll go into more detail on the trim level prices, hybrid trim levels, and trim level upgrades of the 2021 Toyota Highlander.
The ten trim levels of the 2021 Toyota Highlander are as follows: L, LE, Hybrid LE, XLE, Hybrid XLE, XSE, Limited, Hybrid Limited, Platinum, and Hybrid Platinum. You can see which trim levels are available here with our featured vehicles below.
Price is a great starting point for choosing a trim level. Knowing your budget for a car loan or lease can help you narrow down your options. If the sky is the limit, then here are all of your trim level options for the 2021 Toyota Highlander by starting MSRP:
-$34,810 for the L
-$37,010 for the LE
-$38,410 for the Hybrid LE
-$39,810 for the XLE
-$41,405 for the XSE
-$43,765 for the Limited
-$45,165 for the Hybrid Limited
-$46,965 for the Platinum
-$48,365 for the Hybrid Platinum
As you can see from the names of the trim levels, there are four hybrid options. Hybrid trim levels come with a different powertrain that includes an electric motor and battery. This allows them to store power that is generated from braking in your vehicle and use it to enhance the vehicle’s fuel economy. The hybrid trim levels of the 2021 Toyota Highlander have a fuel economy rating of 36 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway.
What sort of upgrades can you expect on higher trim levels? Higher trim levels of the 2021 Toyota Highlander will come with enhancements such as larger touchscreen displays, panoramic moonroofs, Bird’s Eye View Cameras, hands-free power liftgates, premium audio systems, and more expensive materials such as leather.