2014 Toyota Highlander Columbia SC

2014 Toyota Highlander

You love the Toyota Highlander, right? It’s a great family crossover that is easy to maneuver as well. But even the best of things have room for improvement and boy, even the near-perfect Highlander stepped it up for the 2014 model year.

One of the reasons people love the Highlander is that it is spacious enough even for a car full of kids and their cargo. But drivers wanted a little more, more room for passengers and more room for stuff. And Toyota listened.

The 2014 Toyota Highlander can now seat up to eight passengers and offers 34% more cargo space behind the third row. This is due in part to a new suspension design as well as a body construction that is 3 inches longer. Now that’s something to celebrate.

Another thing to love about the 2014 Toyota Highlander is its modern new design. Featuring a dramatic, wider grille, wrap-around headlights, and more pronounced taillights, the new Highlander certainly makes a statement. The rear liftgate window is now wider, delivering a more open feel. Opt for the moonroof and you might forget you are in a car altogether.

The interior is not too shabby either, with available leather seating, chrome-plated interior accents, and soft-touch materials throughout. And with a center console big enough to hold a purse or laptop and a storage shelf that continues across the entire dashboard, there is plenty of space for all of your gadgets and gizmos.

Be the first driver in Columbia to experience the 2014 Toyota Highlander by coming to Dick Dyer Toyota once it is released. Be sure to keep up to date with our new car inventory to see when it has arrived!

About Dick Dyer Toyota

Dick Dyer Toyota, http://dickdyertoyota.com, of the Columbia area carries an extensive inventory of new and used Toyota vehicles, specializing in used trucks. In addition, the South Carolina dealer provides auto service, Toyota parts, and auto financing. Since opening in 1969, Dick Dyer Toyota has upheld the same motto: Your satisfaction is our number one priority!
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