Comparing the 2016 Ford Territory and Toyota Highlander

The Ford Territory and the Toyota Highlander are very similar in many ways. They are both SUV’s, and overall have very similar characteristics when it comes to design, handling and drivability. This article will compare some facets of these vehicles. Be sure to check out this great vehicle and other Ford vehicles at Ford Glendale.

The Ford Territory comes with a V6, 4.0 liter engine, while the Toyota Highlander has a 3.5 liter V6 engine, making them fairly comparable when it comes to engines, and horse power. The Ford Territory will have a higher level of torque, while the Toyota will have a higher horsepower. The Ford Territory is also a rear wheel drive vehicle, which may appeal to some drivers who prefer to keep the power in the back rather then up front. The Toyota will be a front wheel drive vehicle, with an option to upgrade to a 4 wheel drive model. Both vehicles will have more or less the same fuel economy, at around 20 MPG.

Going from 0 to 60mph/r will take you about the same amount of time in both vehicles, making them very similar in many ways. The Toyota is technically the lighter of the two vehicles, and both will be available with 5 doors. The Ford Territory has a higher roof then the Toyota Highlander, and both have an LCD display in the center consul. Perhaps the greatest difference is in price, with the Ford Territory being far more affordable than its close competitor. The Ford Territory will start around $21,000 dollars, while the Toyota Highlander will start somewhere around $30,000. More or less, both vehicles are essentially identical (excluding the obvious physical differences), with the Toyota Highlander having some more options and the Ford Territory making up for this with affordability. Check out the great Ford deals at