2018 Toyota 4Runner vs 2018 Toyota Highlander
Whether you are looking for a crossover or an SUV, Toyota offers drivers two very suitable midsize vehicle options. Toyota's well-known midsize crossover, the Toyota Highlander, is a great option for drivers looking for a smooth ride. The Highlander has a unibody construction which means that the body and frame are in one piece making it smooth and nimble when driving.
The Toyota 4Runner however, is considered an SUV because its body is built on the frame giving it a truck-based platform. This offers drivers a stiffer handling when traveling on and off the road.
Both the Highlander and the 4Runner are available in 4-wheel drive to make it easier to handle rain, snow, ice and your uncharted adventures.
The 2018 Toyota Highlander and the 2018 Toyota 4Runner are great options for drivers looking for a new mid-sized vehicle that is reliable and durable. To show some of the basic specs of these two Toyota models, we compared them side by side below.
|4.0-liter V6||Engine||2.7-liter I4|
|17 / 21 mpg||Fuel Economy (city / highway)||20 / 24 mpg|
|270 hp||Horsepower||185 hp|
Trim levels of the 2018 4Runner and Highlander
After deciding between a crossover or an SUV, the question still stands for which trim level to choose. Both the Toyota Highlander and 4Runner are offered in a variety of trim levels to give drivers the choice to find one that has the features they are looking for.
Trim levels for the 2018 Toyota 4Runner:
- SR5 Premium
- TRD Off-Road
- TRD Off-Road Premium
- TRD Pro
Trim levels for the 2018 Toyota Highlander:
- LE Plus
- Hybrid LE
- Hybrid XLE
- Hybrid Limited
As you can see, each of these Toyota vehicles come with plenty of options to satisfy the needs of all drivers. Each of these trim levels offers a set of features that build off the trim level below it. View the inventory at Nashville Toyota North or stop by to test drive the 2018 Toyota Highlander or 2018 Toyota 4Runner today.