Toyota Highlander headlights assembly: Projector, Halo, LED, OEM, HID, XENON head lights.

Toyota Highlander headlights

Having developed on the same platform as the Harrier, SUVs of the Highlander middle class were introduced in 2000 in Chicago (the Japanese version of Kluger V debuted in the autumn of the same year).

The design used some elements of the the Sienna mini-van, in particular the underbody was reinforced with additional rails, there were front and rear sub frames, a schematic diagram of suspensions with McPherson struts. The salon may be decorated with leather and natural wood panels on order.

The new Toyota Highlander was presented at the motor show in New York in 2013. The crossover has become much larger. The front part of Highlander is decorated in original way due to a massive false radiator grille and new optics with Toyota Highlander headlights. As for the interior: the engineers have modified the third row of seats, thereby increasing the total number of seats to 8. This was achieved thanks to the extension of the internal space by 109 mm.

Toyota Highlander LED headlights, LED DRL Projector 01-07.

Toyota Highlander LED headlights

Highlander is a crossover of Toyota, which is a version of the internal model of Toyota Kluger for external, non-Japanese market. This model was originally developed under the demands of American consumers, and this calculation has justified itself with a vengeance; in North America Highlander has gained immense popularity. It belongs to the class of mid-size SUV in the model range Toyota occupies an intermediate position between the models of Toyota RAV4 and 4Runner. The car was first introduced in 2000.

Toyota Highlander HID headlights, LED UU Style Projector DRL Xenon HID.

Toyota Highlander HID headlights

When designing the car priority was given to comfort and safety. Wide side doors provide easy entry and exit of driver and passengers. The rear seats can safely accommodate three adults. Legroom is quite enough, especially as the floor is smooth (no propeller tunnel) due to the low location of the engine. Driver's seat is adjustable for height, backrest and longitudinal direction by using the actuator, the front passenger seat is adjustable manually, but both seats have convenient folding armrests. The rear seat is split along the length in relation to 2/3 and has a sliding and a sliding design. The wide windows provide a good overview.

The second-generation car debuted at the Chicago auto show and went on sale in 2008. Highlander grew in size, got new headlights of an interesting and unusual shape, a new bold grille, modern bumper with a chrome strip at the bottom and stylish fog HID headlights. Ground clearance was increased to 206 mm.

At the end of August 2010, there was a debut of a restyled version of the Toyota Highlander.

Technically, the redesigned Highlander is almost indistinguishable from the car of the second generation. As befits of "SUV" it was built on a lightweight chassis and a passenger platform (in this case, of the Toyota Camry). There no downshifts or locks in the transmission. Highlander is equipped with a constant and symmetric (50:50) four-wheel drive without any frills. There are no low gears or locks. The driving is done due to the electronics. Ground clearance of 206 mm allows you to travel on asphalt, and drive the lane.

Faceted front with a radiator grille was finished with chrome. Regardless of the performance of the street the road is illuminated by bi-xenon headlights.

Details about the headlights Toyota Highlander.

  • Type of lights: daytime running LED headlights
  • Purpose: instead of regular lights or plugs
  • The glass of the lamp: transparent
  • Visual design of headlights: silver body
  • Case material: plastic.