Baltimore, MD: Stacking the 2020 Toyota Highlander Against the Competition

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The three-row SUV segment is vast with vehicles featuring impressive cargo space, versatility, and premium performance. But, with so many options, it’s tough to narrow down your choices. At our Toyota dealership near Baltimore, MD, we’re comparing the 2020 Toyota Highlander to the 2020 Ford Explorer. Which model takes the cake?

You get a plethora of advanced technology in the Toyota Highlander, which is highlighted in its refined interior. It includes an impressive available best-in-class 12.3-inch infotainment screen which makes a convenient (and stunning) command center. The Ford Explorer also includes a smaller infotainment center, although not as advanced.

There is also added versatility in the 2020 Toyota Highlander, if you need the added space. The Toyota SUV can seat up to eight, while the Ford Explorer only seats seven. The Toyota Highlander also contains innovative cargo solutions, including the center console which features Qi-compatible wireless device charging.

Looking for the more efficient option? Consider the Toyota Highlander hybrid model. It earns an impressive 36 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway. The Ford Explorer also has a hybrid model. However, it comes up short with just a 23 city mpg and 26 mpg on the highway. If you’re looking at their gasoline-powered options, it’s a tie. They both earn 29 mpg highway.

While both SUVs are great options, the Toyota Highlander really shines for people looking for a refined cabin with innovative technology and smart solutions. It offers more space for your third-row passengers and better efficiency for all those road trips your family is going to want to take.

Ready to make the 2020 Toyota Highlander your own? Visit our team at Heritage Toyota Owings Mills today to get started with a test drive. We’ll see you soon!

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