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Toyota Highlander Grille Guards
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Grille or brush guards are useful in a number of situations. Hunters, farmers, ranchers, 4-wheelers, developers, contractors and surveyors are typical of the kinds of people who find themselves driving through potentially damaging brush. The Toyota highlander Brush Guard not only protects the vehicle, but it also adds a safety feature to your truck. Anyone driving a car with a stainless steel brush guard is more protected than he or she would be in the same car without a brush guard.If you plan on driving through difficult conditions which put your grille or engine at risk, adding this accessory to your Toyota highlander can give anyone peace of mind.
Also called grille guards, they are designed to protect the grille, the engine, the front end paint job and even the driver under the most difficult brush driving situations. Brush guards are made to accommodate style preferences in two different materials, stainless steel and carbon steel. Cars that have them attached often find they need to lead the way for other vehicles without the same protection. People who spend a lot of time driving through brush, tall grass and wooded areas, can make great use of Toyota highlander Grill Guards. Instead of letting Mother Nature damage your vehicle, the simple installation of brush guards can keep your investment safe from potential damage. The new guards do not ruin the look of vehicles like they once did. That's why you see Toyota highlander sporting brush guards that have never seen the brush.
About TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
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Aided by a roomy cabin and decent "giddyup" on the highway, the Toyota HIGHLANDER is one car drivers have remained loyal to. In an age when everyone wants their vehicles to come in neat packages, the Toyota HIGHLANDER delivers thanks to a roomy interior design along with reliable performance parts in all driving conditions. The only trick is figuring out your sense of style and how it applies to your car. When it comes to Toyota HIGHLANDER accessories and parts, this is where the fun begins!
Standard equipment for the car included a four-speaker AM/FM stereo, 14" wheels, and a tilted steering wheel. Most of the HIGHLANDER's amenities were offered as options. The All-Weather Package showcased antilock brakes, air conditioning, remote entry, a CD stereo, a rear-window defogger, and an upgraded battery. Other options such as power locks and windows, a split-folding rear seat, tachometer, and power steering could also be had (15" wheels became available in 2002). Although it didn't enjoy a lengthy run in the Toyota lineup, the HIGHLANDER was recognized from around the industry. In 2000, its first year on the road, the HIGHLANDER was nominated as Motor Trend Car of the Year and also to Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best List. It was also named a Best Fuel Economy Miser by The Car Book as well as a Consumer Guide Recommended Buy (2001, 2002).
The HIGHLANDER featured a 1.5L four-cylinder engine that is capable of producing approximately 108 horsepower and 105 pounds-per-foot of torque. Fuel efficiency for the model was one of its primary selling points. EPA estimates had the Toyota HIGHLANDER at 41 miles-per-gallon (highway) and 34 miles-per-gallon (city). These numbers rated the HIGHLANDER as showcasing among the most impressive numbers for a gas-powered vehicle during the time it was produced. As for the HIGHLANDER's dimensions, the model measured in with a wheelbase of 93.3 inches, a height of 59.4 inches, a width of 65.4 inches, and an overall length of 163.2 inches. In 2003, the length of the model was increased slightly to 164.8 inches. Despite its subcompact size, the interior of the HIGHLANDER is credited for being deceptively roomy, displaying adequate rear legroom as well as a surprisingly spacious trunk.
The Toyota HIGHLANDER (or the Toyota Platz in Japan) is a subcompact sedan that was introduced for the 2000 model year. It stayed in production until 2005 and was eventually replaced in the lineup by the Toyota Yaris. The Toyota HIGHLANDER's key demographic was youthful drivers searching for an economical compact that delivered reasonable performance and dependable fuel mileage. Body-styles of the HIGHLANDER were a four-door sedan or a two-door coupe. Power was supplied by a four-cylinder engine mated to either a five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic. In Canada, the HIGHLANDER was available in three and five door hatchback body-styles. The Toyota Vitz, the European version of the HIGHLANDER, was also marketed as a hatchback.