Toyota Feb 8 2023 Edited 1669907872


If you’re attracted to the Toyota Highlander SUV but feel like it’s not quite big enough for your family, the upcoming 2024 Grand Highlander might be the answer you’re looking for. We’re not sure if it will actually be bigger in terms of style, features or luxury appointments, but it will likely be a stretched version of the current Highlander. This means the Grand Highlander will offer more space for people and cargo inside its elongated body – with most of that going to a spacious third row. Toyota hasn’t said much about the Grand Highlander, other than that it will debut at the Chicago Auto Show in February 2023, but we have an idea of ​​what will power the new SUV thanks to the Hybrid Max badge shown in the trailer is visible. That suggests the same 340-horsepower, all-wheel-drive hybrid setup from the Crown sedan. When we know more about the 2024 Grand Highlander, we’ll update this story with details.

What’s new for 2024?

Although it uses the Highlander name, the Grand Highlander will be a new addition to the Toyota lineup when it goes on sale sometime in late 2023.

Prices and which one to buy


$41,000 (estimated)


$43,000 (estimated)


$45,000 (estimated)


$48,000 (estimated)


$50,000 (estimated)


$54,000 (estimated)

We should see some familiar trim names on the Grand Highlander, but we’re guessing about the SUV’s pricing. Once we have a better understanding of the Grand Highlander’s standard and optional features, we’ll update this story and recommend a trim level.

As more information becomes available, we will update this story with more details on:

  • Engine, transmission and performance
  • Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG
  • Interior, comfort and cargo
  • Infotainment and connectivity
  • Safety and Driver Assistance Features
  • Warranty and Maintenance Cover

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