2016 Toyota Highlander Vs 2016 Ford Explorer

2016 Toyota Highlander vs 2016 Ford Explorer
Crossover SUVs make for great vehicles, especially for families. Crossovers offer great interior space, powerful performance and towing power all with the versatility of a truck. The 2016 Toyota Highlander is all that and more.
Cargo Space and Seating for 8
Both the Toyota Highlander and the Ford Explorer can tow an impressive 5,000 lbs and provide a lot of room for passengers and cargo. However, the 2016 Toyota Highlander exceeds the Ford Explorer in these two categories, with 158.7 cubic feet to the Explorer's 151.7 cubic feet for passengers and has 83.7 cubic feet for cargo to the Explorer's 81.7. When you consider these numbers are the difference between bringing another passenger and that person's items or not, those numbers a re a big deal. In fact only the 2016 Toyota Highlander has an 8 person seating capacity while the 2016 Ford Explorer only offers a 7 person capacity.

Features and No Cost Maintenance
Toyota offers their Highlander in front-wheel or all-wheel drive while Ford only offers their 2016 Explorer with either front-wheel or four-wheel drive. All trims of the 2016 Highlander come with a standard rearview camera, to help keep its' drivers safe while backing out of driveways and parking spaces. And don't forget the Highlander's heated side mirrors with turn signal indicators and its' standard windshield wiper de-cer which are standard on all models and are great for Michigan winters. Another advantage of the 2016 Camry is its' outstanding no cost maintenance plan, which is good for 2 years of 25,000 miles, whichever comes first. Additionally, 24-hour roadside assistance is included for 2 years, regardless of mileage.
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