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Drivers looking to combine 3 rows of seating with authoritative performance and luxury fittings should already have found the 3-row crossover SUV segment, but they might need help choosing the right model. With that in mind, we’ve compared 2021 Toyota Highlander vs. Nissan Pathfinder on:
3-row crossover SUVs need plenty of power to ensure spirited performance when fully loaded with people or cargo, so both models fit V6 engines across all trims. The difference comes in terms of horsepower and torque, and it’s a difference in the Toyota’s favor.
Whether you’re heading out across the backcountry or accelerating on the highway, the Highlander’s extra strength makes itself known.
The Pathfinder provides marginally more cargo space behind the 3rd row, but when you need as much as possible you’ll find the Highlander coming out ahead.
Both the 2021 Toyota Highlander and the 2020 Nissan Pathfinder offer Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, but the former fits it as standard while the Pathfinder makes you upgrade to a pricier trim. You’ll also find several sophisticated driver assistance technologies that are only available with the Highlander, including: