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Highlander 1st Gen - Hybrid (XU20/2005-2007) Toyota Highlander Hybrid discussion for years 2005-2007.

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post #286 of 288 Old 05-21-2018, 02:17 PM
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I must buy it over where you live as I just priced each again and here it is $4,200 difference without any options (just Limited)
Make sure you compare apples to apples. The hybrid is also AWD. According to Toyota's website, MSRP for the Limited AWD is 43,540. The Limited hybrid MSRP is 45,160.

Don't know about out the door prices where you live, but based on MSRP, there is a $1,620 difference.

Note that if you don't need AWD, the MSRP for a FWD Limited is $42,080, which is a $3,080 difference, which obviously changes the calculus.

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I must buy it over where you live as I just priced each again and here it is $4,200 difference without any options (just Limited)
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Same pricing difference we observed here in Colorado for the hybrid vs non-hybrid. We estimate after 2 years of driving we'll make up the price difference due to the MPG increase vs non-hybrid. Similiar to member Shinytop we picked ours up April 30, have under 1000 miles and have averaged 33mpg. We drive with a feather touch and around the house can get away with battery power due to low posted speed limits. After a month of ownership the most entertaining aspect we have enjoyed is how many pedestrians never hear the car or hear it at the last moment and jump quickly with a surprised expression. Suppose most pedestrians will become more accustomed to quiet engines in the next 10-15 years.

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