Toyota has announced the prices of the Highlander Hybrid. The two-wheel drive version will start at $33,595, $6,840 more than the standard version with three rows of seats. The all-wheel drive version is also $6,840 more and starts at $34,995. Added standard features on the hybrid version include an eight-way power driver's seat with power lumbar, front-seat mounted side airbags with second row side curtain airbags, 17-inch alloy wheels, in-glass antenna, daytime running lights, tow prep package, Homelink, engine immobilizer, mudguards and a cold weather package that includes heated outside mirrors and a windshield de-icer grid. The Toyota Highlander Hybrid will be at dealerships in June. All prices include delivery charges.
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