For roughly $43,600, go with the XLT model with the High package, which includes 20-inch wheels

electric front seats, heated steering wheel, satellite radio, and synthetic leather seats.

If you're set on all-wheel drive, take into account the Timberline's rough appeal 

blacked-out aesthetic for $49,750, which is approximately $4,000 

than an equivalently equipped XLT with AWD. However, the additional rubber will cost you at the gas pump.  

The most expensive model is the King Ranch, which costs $57,570 with all-wheel drive. 

 It boasts perforated leather upholstery, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, wood trim, and motorized side mirrors, but the 10.1-inch touchscreen is still bundled as a $1,295 option.

It is only available with the turbo V-6; it is not a hybrid.