2018 Toyota Highlander vs 2018 Nissan Pathfinder
Large SUVs are almost the ideal vehicle with the amount of space and power that they have packed within them. If you are one of the many drivers who are in the market for a new SUV then this model comparison may be helpful to you. We created this comparison page to show you the 2018 Toyota Highlander next to one of its competitors – the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder.
While looking at the comparison between the two vehicles, we found a lot of similarities, but also some differences that may be important. The 2018 Highlander is able to seat eight passengers opposed to the Pathfinder's seven-passenger seating. Another feature that stood out between the two SUVs was the number of airbags. The Toyota Highlander is equipped with more airbags to help keep its passengers safe in the case of an accident. Continue reading below to view the comparison and to learn more about some of the features found on the 2018 Highlander.
|21 / 27 mpg||Fuel Economy (City / Highway)||20 / 27 mpg|
|8||Number of airbags||6|
|Yes||Bird's Eye View Camera Availability||Yes|
2018 Highlander Interior and Technology Features
The interior of the 2018 Highlander is not only comfortable, it is also just as versatile as you. With the ability to seat up to eight passengers, there is plenty to bring the whole family or some friends but if you have fewer passengers and more gear, the Highlander can fit that too. The 60/40 split folding second and third-row seats allow for plenty of cargo room. To go along with the comfort, the Highlander also offers a good view with the available panoramic moonroof.
To go along with the comfort and the view, drivers and passengers will also enjoy the technology within the 2018 Highlander. The three-zone automatic climate control will keep the perfect temperature inside no matter what the weather is like outside. Drivers will find the Bird's Eye View Camera, Blind Spot Monitor and the Entune™ Multimedia Bundle features as well as the Driver Easy Speak. With Driver Easy Speak, the built-in microphone in the front seat will pick up the driver's voice and transmit to the rear speakers so the back passengers can easily hear the driver.
If you are a driver interested in the 2018 Toyota Highlander, stop by Nashville Toyota today to learn more or take a test drive!