Fourth-gen Toyota Harrier debuts, priced at RM250K

By CARSIFU | 8 April 2021

PETALING JAYA: The fourth-generation Toyota Harrier is launched today, two weeks after the Corolla Cross SUV arrived.

Available in only one spec - Harrier 2.0 Luxury - the fully imported model is priced at RM249,706.50 (excluding road tax, insurance and SST).

Malaysia is only one of two countries where the new Harrier is sold officially with full warranty and after sales support.

The Harrier comes with a full factory five-year unlimited mileage warranty with comprehensive after-sales support at all authorised Toyota service centres nationwide.

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The latests Harrier sports a more chiselled front end, side profiles that are an equivalent of being athletically-well toned, and a sloping rear end that presents a coupe styling.

Larger than its predecessor, and with a lower and more pronounced stance, the all-new Harrier presents an even more dynamic and expressive exterior silhouette in line with its "Dignified Elegance" concept.

The latest Harrier is powered by Toyota’s latest Dynamic Force (M20A-FKS) 2-litre 4-clinder DOHC engine with Dual VVT-i (Variable Valve Timing with intelligence) that operates electronically for quicker response. The engine produces 171hp at 6,600rpm and peak torque of 203Nm from 4,400rpm-4,900rpm.

It is the most advanced version of the system developed by Toyota engineers since it was introduced 30 years ago.


A Direct Shift Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with Sequential Shiftmatic, allows the seamless shifting of gears, providing three drive modes – ECO, Normal and Sport.

Optimised front and rear suspension geometry meanwhile, complements the Harrier’s rigid structure making it well-balanced, reassuring, predictable, yet still capable of graceful pace.

Built on the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) GA-K platform, the Harrier is engineered with a highly rigid body structure with a lower center of gravity in pursuit of ride comfort, agility and greater vehicle driving performance.


The all-new Harrier has a width and wheelbase that is up by 20mm and 30mm respectively, while the height has been reduced by 30mm. The vehicle is perched on 18 inch alloys.

Features have been stepped up in the all-new Harrier which boasts an extensive suite of safety and security equipment via Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) technologies.

The Harrier’s more pronounced front end is defined by new Bi-LED headlamps with long slits that give it a sharp yet wide impression.

Its L-shaped Daytime Running Lights provide a strong and distinctive visual signature apart from enhancing daytime visibility.

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The rear, has a clean and intuitive design, defined only by a thin strip of LED tail lamps, twin exhaust pipes with oval
baffle designs for a sportier appearance.

The Harrier’s signature Fixed Panoramic Sunroof is equipped with electro-chromatic glass, that can be dimmed or darkened at the touch of a button.

The Harrier also introduces a Digital Display Rear View Mirror, displaying live images from a wide-angled high-definition camera giving the driver greater night-driving clarity and eliminating glare from oncoming headlights.

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The new Harrier gets leather seats, a 12-way power adjustment for the driver’s seat; a steering column that automatically rises out of the way when getting in and out of the vehicle; a vehicle Head-Up Display (HUD); wireless charging pad; Automatic Dual-Zone Air Conditioning system with nanoe X technology; front and rear USB ports for convenience;
a Kick Sensor Power Back Door; and advanced infotainment in the form of an Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Ready 8-inch capacitive touch screen.

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The Harrier is built at Toyota’s Takaoka factory in Japan. It is available in five colour choices: Steel Blonde Metallic; Slate Grey Metallic; Precious Black; Dark Blue Metallic; and the signature White Pearl Crystal Shine.

UMWT is also offering a Toyota FlexiPlan, where customers can enjoy interest-saving financing packages exclusively from Toyota Capital Services for the new Harrier and all other Toyota models.






One of the main highlights is the Harrier's panoramic sunroof which is now electrochromic. With the engine running, the sunroof can turn clear or frosted  (below) at the touch of a button.


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