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The Most Common Toyota Highlander/Kluger Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Toyota Highlander/Kluger. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Highlander/Kluger

The Toyota Highlander has enjoyed a long production history from 2000 to the present day. It has been known by other names in other markets, including the Kluger in Japan and Australia, and the Crown Kluger in China, where it was launched in 2021.

With models starting at around $37,000-38,000, it is one of the more expensive Toyota models in its range, but as a mid-size crossover SUV, it is also quite a lot larger. Even with a third seating row, the cargo area is 16 cubic feet, larger than most sedan models. With the second and third rows lowered, total cargo space rises to 84.3 cubic feet.

The Highlander is available in 11 trims, including 5 hybrid models. The main powertrain is a 3.5-liter V6 engine outputting 295-hp and is paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission. Both FWD and AWD drivetrains are available. It’ll get from 0 to 60-mph in just 6.7 seconds.

The hybrid powertrain is a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine paired with a CVT, which compromises acceleration, but improves fuel economy. The hybrid gets 36-mpg in the city, and 35-mpg on the highway, while the standard V6 gets 21-mpg and 29-mpg respectively.

Lower trim levels feature an 8-seat configuration with two rows of rear bench seats, but if you get the XLE trim or above, there’s an option for captain’s chairs in the second row, reducing capacity to 7 but increasing comfort and easing access for passengers.

The current Toyota Highlander is in its fourth generation, which launched in 2019 and has seen many great improvements come to the model. These include higher-quality materials and better finishes, but critics point out that even the top-level trims don’t quite live up to some of the competition such as the Kia Telluride.