Ed Higginbotham
Ed Higginbotham Associate Editor
10/3/17 4:26 p.m.

Imagine getting 30 MPG in the city in a mid-size SUV. With Toyota's Highlander Hybrid, that's now possible. And here's the intriguing part: The fuel-sipping hybrid version costs just $1000 more than an identically-outfitted gas-only Highlander.

Note: The horsepower rating in the sidebar reflects that of the combined hybrid system. The manufacturer does not provide a combined number for torque, so that number simply reflects the capability of the gas engine.

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