Toyota may have to swallow its pride if some think the newly revealed Grand Highlander is merely the regular

Highlander with a longer wheelbase. The Highlander has done really well, and with a moniker like "grand" the

public is bound to make size-based assumptions. But there's more to the new entry than just size. With almost

487,000 sales in the past two years, the three-row mid-sizer has become Toyota's second-best-selling SUV in the

US, behind only the little RAV4. The company believes there's more meat on the bone of the 2024 Toyota

Grand Highlander, which will appeal to customers who need a spacious cabin without an excessively large body.