The 2024 Toyota Grand Highlander is all set to make a grand entry into the US automotive market with a bigger cargo area and better third-row seating space than the Highlander. It offers three options in its powertrain, with two hybrid engines that ensure buyers have enough options to choose the kind of hybrid driving experience they want to enjoy. Now, Toyota hasn’t shared the details about its first-ever Grand Highlander’s pricing or trim levels yet. But if you’re keen to learn about its performance, technologies, and everything in between, look no further than this research by Toyota San Luis Obispo. Later, you can drop by our dealership in San Luis Obispo, CA, to discuss your buying options for this brand-new Toyota offering or any other model.
If you’ve been wondering how the Grand Highlander is a departure from the standard Highlander, one of the most important aspects is its performance hybrid powertrain. The 2023 Highlander comes with a turbocharged engine (replacing its older V6) and a hybrid engine. However, the Grand Highlander notches up the game with the addition of a Max Hybrid powertrain. The base motor produces a power output of 265 hp, while the hybrid and Max Hybrid powertrains make 243 hp and 362 hp, respectively. The Grand Highlander also accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in just 2 seconds, an astonishing feat!
One of the other areas where the Grand Highlander wins several brownie points is its cargo and cabin space. The third-row legroom expands by 5.5 inches, and the cargo capacity behind the third row goes from 16.0 cubic feet to 20.6 cubic feet. Therefore, besides a powerful performance, this brand-new Toyota SUV also provides colossal space to its occupants for seating and cargo.
Contact our sales team to learn more about the 2024 Grand Highlander and take it out for a spin once it arrives at our dealership.