This article discusses the new Toyota Grand Highlander which is designed to address one of the biggest issues with the Highlander midsize SUV – the lack of space for rear passengers and cargo. The new Highlander includes two hybrid options and will be more expensive than the current Toyota Highlander. – The new 2024 Toyota Grand Highlander will be a full-size SUV, instead of its current Highlander midsize SUV. It will slot above the Highlander and make up the top of Toyota’s crossover lineup. The vehicle was shown at the Chicago Auto Show as a world premiere for its segment of three-row crossovers. This alternative to traditional SUVs is perfect for those who want plenty of room for passengers, cargo, and rear passengers alike. Its two gas engine options make it an attractive option to those looking for a reliable and efficient full-size SUV. The 2024 Toyota Grand Highlander is sure to be a hit when it makes its debut at the Chicago Auto Show this year. With more hybrid options than ever before, this new model is sure to shake up the crossover segment and provide an alternative to traditional SUVs that many people are looking for in today’s market.
The 2024 Toyota Grand Highlander is the current Toyota Highlander’s bigger, more powerful brother. It’s designed to provide Toyota shoppers with an even better crossover than the current model, and it’s already creating some buzz in the market. The Grand Highlander comes with more power and a larger interior than its predecessor, allowing it to compete with Chevy Tahoe and other segments biggest contenders. In addition, it provides 153 cubic feet of cargo space when folded down, making it far superior to the current Highlander in terms of interior roominess. The Grand Highlander is also a great choice for those who need greater interior space but don’t want a truck or an SUV. Although there are other options available such as the Toyota Sequoia, no other crossover can match the Grand Highlander’s combination of power, passenger roominess and cargo space.
This top-selling SUV has been one of the most popular vehicle choices for last two years and with the new Grand Highlander, Toyota has combined its Highlander with a slightly larger version to create a vehicle that ranks even higher. The Grand Highlander’s ballooning competition is evident with competitors such as the Ford Explorer, Volkswagen Atlas and Chevrolet Traverse. Many people like the Grand Highlander because of its combination of size and power, which adds to its appeal. The results are that over the last two years, SUVs have become increasingly popular as they offer more value than ever before.
The 2024 Toyota Grand Highlander is an important step forward for the regular Toyota Highlander. It will feature a system running Toyotas latest infotainment software and powertrain option with much more chest thumping output than the current Toyota Highlander. In addition, the new touchscreen infotainment system will also be standard and it will get from 0 to 60 mph in about 6.3 seconds, with a 0 to 60 mph time of about 8.0 seconds. This is made possible by its 3 inch longer wheelbase and something like 15 extra horsepower.
The 2024 Toyota Grand Highlander is a great example of this. The new multimedia system comes with a 12.3-inch touchscreen cluster standard, and it includes Adaptive Cruise Control and other driver assistance technologies. It also features three cupholders, traffic alert, dashboard armrest, centre console and a control automated emergency braking. The armrest instrument cluster also includes a lane keeping assist system for braking and rear cross-spot monitoring for every Grand Highlander on the market.