Toyota uses a "by trim" purchasing technique when acquiring the Highlander. Every model level is available with front or all-wheel drive, as well as with or without a hybrid system. You can look to be stylish for much less in the LE trim with the Nightshade edition added, but the bigger screen is available in the XLE version of

the same edition. Because the bulk of its safety equipment and seat selections are now standard, there are no

extra packages available. At this time, the only add-ons are weather mats and other interior personalization

elements. While FuelEconomy.gov does not yet have official EPA ratings for the 2024 model year, we have

provided ratings based on engines with similar power. As previously said, the Toyota Highlander's main selling

feature will most likely be its fuel efficiency, particularly for the hybrid models. Other automobiles of its size are unlikely to achieve ratings equivalent to the Grand Highlander.