2021 Toyota Highlander – Safety features

2021 Toyota Highlander – Safety features

30th November 2022

If you’re a true loyal Toyota fan, you’d want to know about the upgraded version of the 2021 Highlander. Known for great performance, safety, and protection features, the 2020 Toyota Highlander garnered great reviews and high sales. The brand has yet again met its users’ expectations with the latest 2021 Toyota Highlander, which boasts excellent safety features. If you’re looking for a car to accommodate your family, the 2021 Toyota Highlander is the best bet.
Let’s have a look at its safety features.

Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+ (TSS 2.5+)
The safety technologies and features include Enhanced Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Traction Control (TRAC), Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), pre-collision system with low-light pedestrian detection, and lane departure alert with steering assist, among others. These safety features help the driver maneuver to the center of the lane and also warn the driver with visual/audio alerts in case of passing vehicles or pedestrians. The safety system saves the driver from potential mishaps. Could we ask for more?

Star Safety System
This category of safety features function with minimal or absolutely no input required from the user. The Star Safety System works in sync with the Sense 2.5+ and the impressive features that include Electronically Controlled Braking (ECB), Brake Assist (BA), and Smart Stop Technology®. Additionally, the 2021 Toyota Highlander features eight airbags, fully protecting the driver and the passenger with front, knee, and cushion seat airbags, among others.

Child safety features
The Toyota Highlander is hands-down the ultimate family car as it includes child safety features. Besides the rear-door lock, the car also offers LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) connectors in the rear seats for added protection.

Easy driving at night
There are multiple features that make driving at night or in low-light conditions much easier. The Road Sign Assist uses cameras to help read signs and displays them on to the Multi-information display (MID) for the driver to be alert. Another technology that the 2021 Highlander contributes to making night driving easier is the Automatic High Beams, which adjusts the lights when the vehicle is travelling above 25 mph.

Terrain-friendly features
As for driving on different terrains, the Highlander comes inbuilt with different driving modes that include Snow Mode, Drive Mode, and Multi-Terrain Mode, which takes care of rock, sand, and mud terrains. Also, one must not hesitate driving through slopes as the car features Hill Start Assist Control and Downhill Assist Control (DAC).