Well speed limits around here range from 50~60 km/h I don't think speed is the issue.
Info on it starts on page 217 of 560 of the PDF. they explain limitations or scenarios whereby they might not work or be activated. Page 522 of 560 on the PDF shows how to enable or disable.
"AFS operates at speeds of 6 mph (10 km/h) or higher."
They are not mentioned anywhere in the Toyota Canada specs for the 2020 Highlander that I can see, even on the Platinum trim. Another nonsensical omission for Canada?Does the Canadian version include this type of headlights? In the US, they’re not available on anything but the platinum trim.
A couple marks in Canada's favor - the base L includes the handy blind spot monitoring/rear cross traffic alert while US has to upgrade to LE for the privilege. Then there's the panorama moon roof on the Canadian Limited while here it's only on the highest trim.This is the canadian brochure.
This is the us brochure.
The us one says LED projector headlights with Adaptive Front-Lighting System (AFS),4 auto leveling and LED-strip Daytime Running Lights (DRL).
Canadian one makes no mention. Toyota Canada screwing Canadians one vehicle at a time.
Funny, for my Canadian sensibilities, the Limited edition was perfect. I wanted the combo of the panoramic roof, 8" screen and bench seat. In the U.S., I would have been forced to go Platinum for the roof I wanted and end up with the captain's chairs and 12.3" screen I didn't want.A couple marks in Canada's favor - the base L includes the handy blind spot monitoring/rear cross traffic alert while US has to upgrade to LE for the privilege. Then there's the panorama moon roof on the Canadian Limited while here it's only on the highest trim.
The fog lights in Canada aren't available until XLE. US gives them on LE. I'm sure there's rhyme and some reason for these marketing differences.