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  • 2020 Toyota Harrier
    RM 2,572/Month RM 243,000

Key Highlights

Sporty interior Composed handling Comfort guaranteed
Most safety equipment in Toyota's line-up Good value considering features and performance 5-year warranty, with Toyota's largest 3S network

Overview

Following the success of the Alphard and Vellfire in recovering lost ground from grey importers / 'recon' dealers, UMW Toyota Motor (UMWT) hopes to repeat the same formula with the Harrier – by offering 5-year/unlimited mileage warranty, English language infotainment controls and owner’s manual ('recon' models have Japanese language controls), support from Toyota’s after-sales network covering not just maintenance and repairs but also recalls.

This all-new Toyota Harrier is quite a departure from its predecessors. It’s no longer related to the Lexus RX but instead shares the same platform as the smaller Lexus NX. UMWT up the ante for their Harrier models by offering a much more powerful turbocharged 2.0-litre engine that produces 231 PS of power and 350 Nm of torque, versus the 'recon' dealers that offer a relatively 'asthmatic' 151PS / 193 Nm naturally aspirated engine hauling an SUV weighing over 1.6 tonnes.   

The turbocharged engine is mated to a 6-speed conventional automatic transmission that only drives the front wheels. 

The Toyota Harrier has similar dimensions to traditional mid-size SUVs, such as Honda CR-V, Nissan X-Trail, Mazda CX-5 - 4.725 meters long, 1.835 meters wide and a wheelbase of 2.66 meters. 

The Harrier offered by UMWT is available in two variants, Premium priced from RM238,000 and Luxury priced from RM259,900. 

Standard features in both variants are: 18-inch tyres and wheels, LED head lamps with sequential indicator lamps, auto folding side mirrors with puddle lamps, auto tilt-away steering column, 'ultrasuede' seat covering, 7-inch infotainment system with HDMI, Wi-fi and reverse camera, and Toyota Safety Sense.

The Harrier is the first model from UMWT that offers Toyota Safety Sense. The advanced driving assistance system comprises of adaptive cruise control, autonomous emergency braking, active lane keeping assist and adaptive high-beam.    

Upgrading to the Luxury variant gets you: Panoramic moonroof, powered tailgate, rain-sensing wipers, nano-e ionizer, Nappa leather upholstery, powered front seat adjustment with driver's memory and ventilation function, and auto-dimming rearview mirror.   

All new Toyota Harrier models will be backed by a 5-year unlimited mileage warranty that is transferrable to the next owner shall all terms and conditions be met.

Learn more:

Deliveries for all-new Toyota Harrier 2.0T begin

Toyota Harrier 2.0T unveiled by UMW Toyota, from RM238k

 

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Key Details

  • Body Type: SUV
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 1998 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol
  • Seat Capacity: 5
  • Price: RM 243,000 - RM 266,000

Key Details

  • Body Type: SUV
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 1998 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol
  • Seat Capacity: 5
  • Price: RM 243,000 - RM 266,000

Reviews

  • Jim Kem

    17 Sep 2020

    Toyota Harrier 2020 Versus Its Older Self - Extra Status, More Luxury

    Speaking of the RAV4, there’s quite a lot of shared DNA between these two models. In fact, the current Malaysia-spec Harrier is built on the same underpinnings of the previous-generation RAV4. This new Harrier, though, shares the TNGA-K platform of the recently released RAV4. While details like this may sound a little too geeky and/or insignificant, Toyota’s latest vehicle architecture has been lauded not only for its modularity, but for its structural integrity, refinement, and excellent chassis characteristics that translate to a Harrier that’s sharper to drive while being more impervious to noise and road imperfections.

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  • Gokul

    03 Jul 2018

    Toyota Harrier 2.0T Luxury – Late To Market But Worth The Wait

    As quick as it was on a straight line, it felt more planted than we expected it to be while along long sweeping corners. When thrown around tighter bends, the fact that it is a typical top-heavy SUV became apparent as there was still body roll.

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User Review of Toyota Harrier

4.1 Excellent
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Showing 17 reviews sorted by Latest Year
5 Excellent
Lee
Owner of 2019 Toyota Harrier

Good car which suitable for daily use

Own the car for around 2months, pump with Ron97 and city drive can get 10km per litre;12km per litre for highway drive. Pros: Powerful when turbo torque take place. Sport mode drive is awesome which can feel the car power coming aggressively. Comfortable drive. Minimal of car body roll for SUV. Suspension is good thus it is comfortable when drive in normal road. Good NVH, with 160km/hr. Drive, the engine and transmission noise still not really noticeable inside the car cabin. Stable when cruise in high speed. Low service price compared to continental car, first service only around 250. Cons: No apple play or Android play, infotainment system can be boring as it same as other local Toyota like old altis it vios. Most feature not allow to set while the car is moving, including the HDMI output. Lack of USB ports. Autonomous driving system not full range, only supported for 50km/hr and above. Car will feel heavy when turbo torque not taking place esp can in low speed, need to step deeper on the pedal if you want the car move fast. Will really recommended this car to others. - Less
16 person found this helpful
3 Good
Sulaiman
Owner of 2015 Toyota Harrier

Comfort wise is great, but lack of performance.

Even though it naturally lack of performance, i've been using throttle controller since i bought the car, hence underpower is not an issue. - Less
8 person found this helpful
5 Excellent
Gunalan
Owner of 2015 Toyota Harrier

Toyota Harrier Premium Advance

superb quality car, yet price on the high side - Less
3 person found this helpful
4 Very Good
MH
Owner of 2015 Toyota Harrier

A High ride camry

Good daily commuter with a very comfortable seats and ride - Less
7 person found this helpful
5 Excellent
Anonymous
Owner of 2015 Toyota Harrier

Comfort

It’s not a performance car. But safety and comfort - Less
4 person found this helpful
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