How many seats are in the 2017 Toyota Highlander?

How many seats are in the 2017 Toyota Highlander?

The 2017 Toyota Highlander is a favorite of those who love road trips or need a lot of seats to hold plenty of family or friends. Do you need an SUV with plenty of seats? Take a look below to learn about the different seat configurations in the 2017 Toyota Highlander!

How many passengers can the 2017 Toyota Highlander carry?

The 2017 Toyota Highlander can hold up to eight passengers and is a popular choice for those who need plenty of interior space. If you go with the eight seat configuration, you’ll have the two seats in the front and a bench in both the second and third row. The throw row gives a bit of extra comfort with its reclining seats, though. You can expect to find about 145 cu.ft. of passenger room inside the Highlander.

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The Highlander can also be picked up in a seven-person configuration. The first and third rows will be the same in the seven-seater Highlander, but the second row will instead feature a pair of captain’s chairs for extra comfort. The captain’s chairs can even be heated if you pick up the Limited grade Highlander with the Platinum Package.

How many passengers can the 2017 Toyota Highlander carry?
How much cargo room does the 2017 Toyota Highlander have?

How much cargo room does the 2017 Toyota Highlander have?

The interior of the Highlander isn’t just good for moving people from place to place — there is also an exceptional amount of cargo space. The 60/40 bench in the third row (and second row on the eight passenger model) both fold flat to allow for even more cargo area when you need it. With both rows folded, the Highlander can hold up to 83.7 cu.ft. of cargo. Otherwise, it has room for 13.8 cu.ft. of luggage with every seat up.

Test drive the 2017 Toyota Highlander in White River Junction

Want to see the Toyota Highlander in person and decide for yourself whether it has the space you need or not? Stop by White River Toyota to take the Highlander for a spin!