SUV drivers will point to vehicles like the 2019 Toyota Highlander and the 2019 Ford Flex as great examples of high-quality SUVs. But which one is the better family vehicle? We’ve put together a comparison between the 2019 Toyota Highlander vs the 2019 Ford Flex to help shoppers who aren’t sure which one is right for them.
The 2019 Toyota Highlander is offered in six trim levels, double the amount of available 2019 Ford Flex trims. These trims include LE, LE Plus, XLE, SE, Limited and Limited Platinum for the 2019 Highlander and SE, SEL and Limited for the 2019 Flex. The 2019 Toyota Highlander and the 2019 Ford Flex both have a maximum cargo capacity of 83.2 cubic feet.
2019 Toyota Highlander
2019 Ford Flex
|83.2 cu.ft.||Maximum Cargo Capacity||83.2 cu.ft.|
|Standard||Forward Collision Warning||Optional|
|Standard||Adaptive Cruise Control||Optional|
Safety-minded drivers will notice a huge discrepancy in driver assistance feature availability between the 2019 Toyota Highlander and the 2019 Ford Flex. Toyota Safety Sense comes standard in the 2019 Toyota Highlander, giving drivers access to driver assistance features such as adaptive cruise control, a forward collision warning system and lane keeping assistance. In the 2019 Ford Flex, these features are restricted to only one trim level.
In addition to these advanced driver aids, every 2019 Toyota Highlander comes with an advanced airbag system, seatbelt warning sensors and whiplash-injury-lessening seats. In the event of a collision, the 2019 Highlander is built to absorb and redirect as much harmful energy as possible to keep passengers safe.
Available 2019 Toyota Highlander comfort and convenience features include: A Bird’s Eye View Camera with curb view, perimeter scan and 360-degree view, an integrated backup camera with dynamic gridlines, three-zone automatic climate control, LED ambient interior lighting, remote keyless entry, rear liftgate window defogger, five USB ports and cargo area lights.