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2018 Toyota Highlander SE Review

Toyota’s Highlander has long been one of the best selling three row crossovers for active families, but is it the best? For 2018 Toyota made some changes to make sure their mid-size CUV stays competitive. Toyota Safety Sense is now standard on all trims and includes autonomous braking, lane keeping and adaptive cruise control. V6 models also benefit from a new 8-speed automatic and hybrid trims get a new V6 engine. Can that help the Highlander keep up with the new 2019 Pilot or 2019 Sorento?

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