At the factory, the Mazda CX-90 has a digital collection of gauges. The screen size for higher grades is 12.3

inches, while the screen size for lower grades is 7.0 inches. The infotainment system's basic screen is 10.3

inches, but better trim levels come with a 12.3-inch screen. For the Highlander's lower trim levels, the driver's

display is an analog unit with a 7-inch screen in the middle of the knobs. Also, the navigation screen is only 8.0

inches on these base levels, which is smaller. Higher-grade Highlanders come with a 12.3-inch infotainment system and a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster as standard. The Mazda's 12.3-inch screen, which is offered on

higher trim levels, is bigger and can't be used as a tablet, but the Highlander's does. A rotary knob on the center tube would be needed to control it.