2022 Toyota Highlander Lineup Adds Stylish Bronze Edition

The Toyota Highlander will be available in an eye-catching new special edition for 2022. Available only with a hybrid powertrain, the Highlander Bronze Edition boasts exclusive exterior accents and interior styling details, plus a long list of deluxe advanced features.

2022 Toyota Highlander | Alberta, CA
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On the outside, the Highlander Bronze Edition is available with a Wind Chill Pearl paint job or the exclusive new Cement color. It rolls on striking 18-inch bronze wheels. Interior highlights include SofTex seats with bronze stitching, illuminated bronze door sills, and floor mats with a bronze logo. Padded, bronze-stitched surfaces predominate throughout the cabin.

Based on the Highlander Hybrid XLE, the Bronze Edition matches that trim with an array of high-end technologies and amenities. A digital rearview mirror, rain-sensing wipers, hands-free liftgate, and 10-way power driver’s seat with memory settings make the Bronze Edition especially comfortable and convenient. Other notable features include puddle lamps with a Highlander logo, LED-strip daytime running lights, and in-dash ambient lighting.

The Highlander Bronze Edition comes equipped with a hybrid AWD powertrain that runs on both gas and electricity. This system’s dual electric motors power the front and rear wheels independently to optimize both traction and efficiency.

The 2022 Highlander Bronze Edition will arrive this fall here at High River Toyota in High River, Alberta. Call us to learn how you can get behind the wheel of this exciting premium SUV.

Totally Overhauled 2022 Toyota Tundra Coming Soon

2022 Toyota Tundra | High River, AB
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Get ready for the all-new 2022 Toyota Tundra, coming soon to dealerships across Canada. This full-size pickup truck will be completely redesigned, with a new look, new engineering, and tons of cutting-edge tech.

So far, Toyota has only released a few teaser photos and a brief video clip for the 2022 Tundra. Here’s what we know so far based on those images.

New front end

A couple of photos show clear views of the Tundra’s redesigned front end. Highlights include an enormous grille with an inset LED light bar underneath uppercase TOYOTA lettering, plus two smaller LED bars at the bottom corners. It’s not clear whether these features will be included on all Tundra models or just the TRD Pro.

New powertrain

One photo shows a new iForce MAX badge for the Tundra. This could indicate a new engine similar to the new global-market Land Cruiser, which offers a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 that makes 409 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque. Some publications have speculated that the Tundra might even offer a new hybrid engine option.

New interior features

A couple of photos hint at the Tundra’s renovated interior. We’re expecting an extra-wide center touch screen to replace the current infotainment setup. The Tundra will also offer an enormous sliding glass roof for crew cab models while keeping its current sliding rear window.

The 2022 Tundra will be fully revealed this fall, and we can’t wait to learn more here at High River Toyota in High River, Alberta.