The Highlander may be had with either front-or all-wheel drive. The Dynamic Torque Vectoring system,

available on higher trim levels, allows customers to regulate the distribution of torque between the front and rear wheels, as well as the left and right. Buyers from

Driving aids like as adaptive cruise control, lane-tracing assistance, and blind-spot monitoring are part of the

standard Toyota Safety Sense 2.5, which helps provide these automobiles the peace of mind their owners desire.

In addition to that, it's useful for a myriad of additional inputs.

to make things more responsive. The Highlander shares the top 5-star crash rating with the Telluride from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.