Can you tell me how much more the 2024 Toyota Grand Highlander's extra room would cost you compared to its regular sibling? It was discovered that absolutely not. The new three-row SUV starts at a little more than the smaller model. Similar to the Highlander, the Grand Highlander comes standard with a 2.4-liter turbocharged

inline-four producing 265 horsepower. The front-wheel-drive XLE trim level costs $44,405 and is $1050 more

costly than the XLE trim level of the similar Highlander. Platinum ($53,545) trim levels come standard with

all-wheel drive, while XLE ($47,860) and Limited ($53,545) versions pay $1600 for all-wheel drive. For an

additional $1600, you can have a 245-horsepower hybrid powertrain as an option on the XLE and Limited trims.

While front-wheel drive is the default, all-wheel drive is an available extra. At 36 mpg, the hybrid's combined fuel efficiency is far greater than the gas model's, according to Toyota.