Comparing the Toyota Highlander to the Nissan
Whether driving alone or taking the whole family
along, the Toyota Highlander is an excellent mid-size
crossover SUV that won't let you down. We have this handsome vehicle right here
at Mark Jacobson Toyota and we welcome all drivers from the Durham,
Chapel Hill, Cary, Raleigh, Apex, and Wake Forest areas to see how it
compares to the Nissan Pathfinder. We have no doubt you're
going to like what you see below, so take a moment to peruse the
The Toyota Highlander vs. the Nissan
- The Toyota Highlander's 6-speed shiftable
automatic transmission is more engaging than the Nissan Pathfinder's
continuously variable-speed automatic transmission, offering a more satisfying
- The base trim on the Highlander comes with Bluetooth as a standard
feature, unlike the Highlander, so you can have connectivity anytime you need
- The Highlander also offers seating for up to eight passengers, while
the Pathfinder can only seat up to seven.
- The Highlander offers more front hip and leg room, as well as more
rear head and hip room, to ensure a more comfortable driving
- You'll find a maximum of 83.7 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear
seats folded down in the Highlander; the Pathfinder only offers a maximum cargo
space of 79.8 cubic feet.
- According to Edmunds.com, the Highlander has higher customer
satisfaction ratings for reliability than the Pathfinder, so you can be sure
the Highlander will serve you faithfully.
- The Highlander also offers more exterior color choices so you can
better express your personality.