What kind of battery does the hybrid Toyota Highlander use?

The various battery types and typical lifespans used in Toyota Highlander hybrid vehicles are covered in this page.  

Depending on the model, the new battery for a Toyota Highlander Hybrid is typically a Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH) or Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd) battery.  

The battery's size will vary based on the state of your car, your driving style, and other elements. In general, with the right upkeep and care, a fresh battery should last between 3 and 5 years.  

You can drive happily for several years without worrying about the battery by adhering to the manufacturer's directions and maintaining your car.  

The hybrid drive electric motor in the Toyota Highlander Hybrid variants is powered by a specific battery. Toyota has not yet confirmed the exact characteristics of the hybrid powertrain, including the engine size and fuel efficiency.

The high voltage battery is a crucial part of your car since it aids in the discharge of energy, which in turn propels the wheels.

If you opt to replace the battery, your Toyota dealer can provide you all the information you need about the unique battery warranty and offer Bumblebee batteries, one of the best hybrid types.