The Grand Highlander, which was just unveiled, is best understood in comparison to the Highlander, its elder brother. The Highlander comes out on top in terms of overall material quality. The Grand Highlander has two benefits over the Highlander, the first being that its seats aren't upholstered in fabric. However, I would argue

that the interior of the Highlander is constructed from somewhat better materials. This is especially true when comparing the two vehicles' door panels; the front ones feature wood grain, while the rear ones do not. The

Hybrid-MAX, one of three available powertrains, can go from zero to sixty miles per hour in 5.6 seconds thanks

to its turbocharged 2.4-liter 4-cylinder hybrid engine. The second justification is that full-size adults can fit in

the backseat of a Grand Highlander thanks to its huge cargo capacity, which includes an additional 16 cubic

feet. While both the basic and turbo 4-cylinder Highlanders have the same amount of seats and towing capability, the normal model's substantially cheaper starting MSRP is the main selling point.