The 2019 Toyota Highlander is the perfect vehicle for any adventure-ready driver looking for their next road trip partner. Every model in the five-trim Highlander lineup offers the right amount of power for every adventure, so you never need to worry about your vehicle stopping short. But just how well does the Highlander stack up against other SUVs on the market? This 2019 Toyota Highlander vs 2019 Nissan Pathfinder comparison will show you.
Our staff at Serra Toyota of Decatur often get asked how our vehicles compare to those from other auto manufacturers. One of the common comparisons to the Highlander that we get from customers is the Nissan Pathfinder. Both of these vehicles are mid-sized SUVs that are equipped to take on any road ahead. But what is inside of these vehicles and what is under their hoods sets them apart. Keep reading to find out how these two vehicles compare.
Main Differences – 2019 Toyota Highlander vs 2019 Nissan Pathfinder
The 2019 Toyota Highlander is built to carry ample amounts of cargo while still leaving room for passengers. The Highlander lineup includes both seven-passenger and eight-passenger models, so no one ever gets left behind from your next adventure. When all of the seats in the Highlander are occupied you are still left with a substantial 13.8 cubic feet of space for cargo in the back. However, not every trip calls for a full house and cargo can’t always be limited to just 13.8 cubic feet. Drivers can expand the cargo area to 42.3 cubic feet when the third row of seats is folded down or 83.2 cubic feet when both rear rows of seats are folded. The competing 2019 Pathfinder offers 16.2 cubic feet of standard cargo space and just 79.5 cubic feet of maximum cargo space.
The Highlander offers a suite of in-car technology to help everyone stay entertained and connected on the road. Here are some of the available safety and technology features that you will find in the 2019 Toyota Highlander that can’t be found in the 2019 Nissan Pathfinder: