DEARBORN – Although it’s been in the cards for a couple years now, Toyota Motor Corp. officially confirms its Highlander SUV will come with the option of a gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain for the ’05 model year. The release of the hybrid-powered Highlander will follow that of its Lexus sister vehicle, the RX 330, by a few months. The RX 400h is due in summer 2004. Paul Williamsen, curriculum development manager, Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc., says the modified Highlander will bow ...
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