Brighter Change Coming for 2022 Toyota Highlander
This is the time of year when we begin learning information about what to expect for our favorite automobile models in the near future.
What is coming next for 2022?
Well, so far, we know very little. At least from Toyota.
We do not have any confirmed details about the redesigned 2022 Tundra. We also do not know whether there will be minor or major changes coming to other popular Toyota favorites like 2022 Tacoma or 4Runner or RAV4 or Camry.
2022 Toyota Highlander
2021 Toyota Highlander XSE Blizzard Pearl
Toyota Highlander was redesigned just a couple years ago for the 2020 model year. Really it was changed from the ground up. Pretty much everything changed.
All-new sportier and more luxurious styling. Plenty of technology and convenience updates. Brand new safety features. And a modernized interior with more cargo space.
All changes for the good. Especially for people in the market for a reliable and versatile midsize SUV.
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This latest fourth generation Highlander is a nice option for families of all sizes. I find it is smooth and comfortable, especially on longer highway road trips.
Not much is known yet about any refresh options or additions. I am referring to new technology or styling or safety updates.
However, one small change coming involves the deletion of one color and the addition of another shade.
Blizzard Pearl, once a staple and “old reliable” Toyota color for many years will be replaced with Wind Chill Pearl.
Wind Chill Pearl was recently made famous with Toyota Camry. Although similar, I find Wind Chill Pearl sparkles and “pops” in the bright sunlight. It is quite magnificent really.
2021 Camry XSE in Wind Chill Pearl
You can also find Wind Chill Pearl on a 2021 Tundra like this 1794 Edition.
Time for your Toyota Highlander comments
What are your thoughts on the new color change? Do you consider this something of note or more of a smaller detail?
Car colors are interesting because this choice seems quite important to many people, while almost an afterthought to others.
Are there any additions or changes you are hoping will come for 2022 Highlander?
One of the main changes for 2021 is the upgrade to Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+. This is the third generation of Toyota Safety Sense and it should make the process of turning left much easier and safer for drivers, in addition to other improvements.
The other notable addition this current year is 2021 Toyota Highlander XSE to the Highlander lineup.
Thanks for reading everyone. See you next story when I discuss reasons to pick a 2021 Tundra versus a 2022.
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