ABS, traction control and VSC differences between Highlander and RAV4

I presently own a 2002 Toyota Highlander Limited V6 AWD with four wheel antilock brakes, traction control, and vehicle stability control. I've
always been impressed with how well it drives in the snow, particularly the stability control system keeping the car from doing 360s inadvertently and ending up in a ditch during snow storms.
Now I'm considering buying a new Toyota RAV4 Limited V6 AWD/4WD which also has four wheel antilock brakes, traction control, and vehicle stability control. But doing some research, it appears that these may not work in the same way as in the 2002 Highlander.
Could someone tell me if antilock brakes, traction control, or vehicle stability control work differently in a 2007 RAV4 compared to a 2002 Highlander? (I tried doing a search for this information earlier, but it was inconclusive.)
Bud H
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The Rav4's all wheel drive system appears to work little differently from the Highlander's - the Rav4 has the ability to lock the center differential which will improve traction in certain conditions.
From the driver's point of view, the antilock brakes, traction control, and stability control for the Rav4 and Highlander are the same. The difference would be in the programming for the computers that control those features.
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