If you have a big family, the three-row Toyota Highlander is a great option. It's been fully redesigned for 2020. Not only does the latest Highlander offer several new features, but it also provides more cargo space. Meanwhile, revamped styling takes the Highlander's curb appeal to the next level. 

Toyota no longer offers the Highlander with last year's four-cylinder engine. This means every trim comes equipped with a brawny V6 engine. It kicks out a formidable 295 horsepower. An eight-speed automatic transmission feeds power to the wheels. When test driving the new Highlander, you'll immediately notice its smooth and responsive performance. Activating the SUV's Sport mode gives it an extra fun factor. Fuel economy is also excellent for an eight-passenger family vehicle. Drivers can expect the Highlander to return an EPA-estimated 29 mpg on the open road. A 5,000-pound tow rating sweetens the deal. 

Improved handling and a smoother ride make the Highlander a pleasure to drive. A Dynamic Torque Vectoring AWD can be added as an option. This feature is a must for facing snowy road conditions. Along with the AWD system comes Multi-Terrain Select. You can choose between four driving modes: MUD & SAND, ROCK & DIRT, SNOW, and NORMAL. 

Toyota has truly elevated the Highlander's exterior styling. A more muscular shape and bolder front fascia help it to stand out. Eye-catching LED headlights come standard throughout the lineup. Upper trims come equipped with 20-inch alloy wheels, which give the Highlander an especially sporty stance. 

The 2020 Toyota Highlander gives families plenty of space to stretch out. A larger cargo area also allows you to pack more gear than ever before. Toyota loads the Highlander with great amenities. While tri-zone automatic climate control is found on every trim, available heated/ventilated front seats and heated second-row seats bring greater comfort. When checking out the new Highlander, you'll have access to some exciting new features. Wi-Fi connectivity and a total of five USB ports come standard. Many drivers will be interested in the Highlander's massive 12.3-inch touchscreen. This multimedia display's stunning graphics and split-screen functionality promise to leave you impressed. Other upgrades include a 10.0-inch head-up display, a 1,200-watt JBL sound system, and a 360-degree parking camera. 

Like Toyota's other new SUVs, the Highlander receives a standard Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 system. Its pre-collision warning system features pedestrian and cyclist detection. Road Sign Assist is another helpful driving aid that comes standard. Blind-spot monitoring is available for drives who desire more security on the multi-lane roads.