Toyota 4Runner vs Toyota Highlander


Are you exploring the Harrisburg, Mechanicsburg, and Carlisle area for a quality SUV that will not only get you to where you need to be, but will also heighten your overall driving experience? Thinking of heading out for a camping trip in the mountains or a trip to Michaux State Forest?

 

A rugged and spacious SUV with your favorite creature comforts will suit your needs well. We here at Faulkner Toyota Harrisburg invite you to take a look at this Toyota 4Runner vs. Highlander comparison to discover the individual attributes of each vehicle.


Toyota 4 Runner Interior Seating

Toyota 4Runner vs Highlander: Creature Comforts Abound

Whether you choose the 4Runner or Highlander, you’ll enjoy short runs to the market or long drives along the Susquehanna River. You and your guests will be wrapped in comfort with all the amenities these SUVs have available.

Each ride offers third row seating which is available in the 4Runner and standard in the Highlander. Seat material options in the 4Runner include available SofTex® with eye-catching contrast stitching. Meanwhile, inside the Highlander, you can choose available red and black leather-trimmed seats for a sporty flair.

Seating in both SUVs are ergonomically contoured for maximum comfort. For even more satisfaction, opt for the Highlander’s available heated and ventilated front seats—a feature not available in the 4Runner.

Interior Measurements Enhance Satisfaction

Both midsize sport utility vehicles provide roomy interiors to make everyone on board feel right at home. For instance, the 4Runner can fit a maximum of five passengers with an interior volume that comes to 89.7 cubic feet. The Highlander has room for up to seven with its interior volume of 139.1 cubic feet.

The comfort continues when exploring their interiors even further. Over in the 4Runner, you and your front-seat passenger can expect plenty of space in which to move around with 39.3 inches of headroom, 57.8 inches of shoulder room, 56.5 inches for hip room, and an abundance of legroom that measures 41.7 inches.

You get even more comfort in the Highlander front seat with 41.2 inches of headroom, 59 inches of shoulder room, hip room that gives you 57.2 inches, and a spacious 42 inches of legroom.

This spaciousness continues for both cars as we move on to the back seat. In the Toyota 4Runner, your back-seat passengers will be able to make use of 38.6 inches of headroom, an accommodating shoulder room of 57.8 inches, 55.7-inch hip room, and 32.9 inches for legroom.

The back-seat headroom in the Toyota Highlander is 39.4 inches, it has 58.7 inches when it comes to rear shoulder room, the hip room is 57 inches, and the legroom is 41 inches.

While both vehicles prove to be quite roomy, the extra space inside the Highlander might be just right for the needs of a growing family.


4Runner vs Highlander: A Look at Convenience

Just as they share comfortable cabins, these two SUVs also provide several convenient touches that successfully enhance the drive. When it comes to having a convenient amount of

stowing space, the 4Runner offers 46.3 cubic feet of total cargo volume, while the Highlander gives you 16 cubic feet.

In the event you need a formidable vehicle for towing your camping supplies, recreational vehicles, or work equipment, you can count on both vehicles as they each deliver a maximum towing capacity of 5,000 pounds.

The Toyota 4Runner provides you with even more capability with its maximum payload that can get up to 1,700 pounds. The maximum payload over in the Highlander is 1,685 pounds.

Other convenient features found in the Toyota 4Runner include available chrome door handles that utilize touch-sensors to lock and unlock. These are not available in the Toyota Highlander. If convenience is a priority for you, the 4Runner might be the way to go.

 



Toyota 4 Runner Interior Tech

Customize Your Entertainment

Keep your phone safely tucked away in each vehicle and simply tap into your favorite entertainment options. Each SUV has standard Apple CarPlay® compatibility while the 4Runner also is readymade for Android Auto™.

In the 4Runner, you’ll have Amazon Alexa available to help find parking, play your music, or control smart home devices. The Highlander gives you an available Wi-Fi hotspot that up to five devices can connect to.

With either vehicle, you’ll get a three-month trial of SiriusXM® with over 350 channels to choose from. Plus, you can enjoy your music, new, or podcasts in crystal clear sound with the available JBL® system in each SUV. This comes with 11 speakers in the Highlander and 15 speakers in the 4Runner.


Continuous Assurance of Safety

In both the 4Runner and Highlander, you can always feel assured that you’ll have the help you need to deal with unexpected occurrences on the road. Each one comes with state-of-the-art safety and driver assisting features to enhance your visibility and reaction times.

The 4Runner comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense™ P. This includes Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Protection and Lane Departure Alert. Each of these tools will increase your awareness of collision hazards and help you avoid them. The system also includes Automatic High Beams, and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control.

In the Highlander, you’ll get standard Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5+. It has Pre-Collision System with Low-Light Pedestrian Protection, so you can avoid mishaps with pedestrians and other vehicles even when it’s nearly dark. It also includes Lane Tracing Assist, Road Sign Assist, and more.


Test Drive the Toyota 4Runner and Highlander Today

Both the 2022 Toyota 4Runner and Highlander clearly have impressive characteristics that would make either one a worthy contribution to your Harrisburg, Mechanicsburg, and Carlisle area drives.

 

To get an even closer look at both to find out which one is ideally suited for your needs, stop by or contact Faulkner Toyota Harrisburg to test drive both vehicles.


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