Toyota Highlander’s cargo space capacity is 16 cubic feet behind the third row of seating and a total of 84.3 cubic feet of storage behind the first row.
Here’s how the Highlander’s cargo space breaks down by model year:
First generation (2001–2007): Maximum capacity 81.4 cubic feet
Second generation (2008–2013): Maximum capacity 95.4 cubic feet
Third generation (2014–2019): Maximum capacity 83.2 cubic feet
Fourth generation (2020–present): Maximum capacity 84.3 cubic feet
As you can see, the Highlander has undergone a few changes over the years. The second-generation Highlander models have the largest cargo capacity with a respectable 95.4 cubic feet of available storage.
The current-generation Highlander has 84.3 cubic feet of cargo space, which doesn’t even put it in the top 10 among SUVs. The five most spacious SUVs of 2022 are:
The 2022 Chevrolet Suburban has the most cargo capacity in its class, but if you don’t need that storage and you want to save a bit of money, the 2022 Highlander starts at a very reasonable $35,855.
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