2020 Toyota Highlander Owner's Manual

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The 2020 Toyota Highlander has been completely redesigned. But for all that, the 3.5-liter atmospheric engine has been retained. This car has proven itself in the U.S. as the most reliable of the few. The price for the Toyota Highlander starts at $55,000. The 2022 Toyota Highlander in the updated body has become similar to the RAV4 not only externally, but also in terms of technical characteristics. The Japanese model in the U.S. is presented in two versions. The manufacturer has selected only the best models for our country. All the optics are presented only with LEDs. The front lights are equipped with an additional function of automatic switching on with the onset of darkness. The windshield wipers have a built-in sensor that turns them on when it rains. Fully all seven seats are covered with synthetic leather. The Japanese crossover is completely a family car.

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The most common causes are for 2020 Toyota Highlander: dead or faulty battery, rusty vehicle battery terminals, blown fuse (if your car model has one), Starter Connection, Coil.

It is recommended that you change your 2020 Toyota Highlander oil every 10,000 miles, but every 5,000 miles also recommended that you inspect fluid levels and top up.

Toyota is trying to make our roads and cars safer, and when it finds serious defects in 2020 Toyota Highlander, they recall them to dealerships for repair.