The market for mid-size SUVs is now rife with conflict. The standard for what to anticipate
from an SUV has been lifted by models like the Kia Telluride, Hyundai Palisade
and the fearless new Jeep Grand Cherokee. A modest, no-frills SUV stands out among all of this,
however it fails to hit the mark high while nailing the fundamentals.
Among mid-size SUVs, the Toyota Highlander is a less well-known brand.
Its decline in popularity may be attributed to the generation update in 2020, which saw little to no changes.
Although this sporty SUV has good appearance, it lacks features
with even the most basic conveniences and technologies arriving later than the competition