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Toyota Harrier 2021 Price In Malaysia

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The fourth-generation Toyota Harrier is an all-new model, and is slated to be launched in Malaysia in 2021. It sits on the venerable Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, and runs on a range of naturally-aspirated engines. Powering the Harrier is a choice of a 2.0-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine (171 PS, 207 Nm) or a 2.5-litre petrol-electric hybrid (combined system output: 218 PS), but which engine is confirmed for Malaysia is yet to be seen. In Japan, all variants of the all-new Toyota Harrier are equipped with the Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) ADAS suite, from the base S variant all the way to the Z Leather Package variant. Considering that the outgoing Malaysian-spec XU60-generation model is already equipped with TSS, we can expect the new one to feature it too. Other safety features in the Japanese-market model include 7 airbags, Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, as well as Toyota’s ingenious Full Digital Mirror – essentially a digital wide-angle rear-view mirror that replaces the traditional glass-type mirror. As for creature comforts, the all-new Toyota Harrier is fitted with an 8.0- or 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment display. Both systems offer support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay out of the box. It should be good enough for the leather-swathed interior Like the Toyota RAV4, the Malaysia-bound Toyota Harrier is likely going to arrive here in CBU (imported) form. Hence, it'll take less lead time for UMW Toyota to introduce the model here, as opposed to the soon-to-be introduced Toyota Corolla Cross – a model that is likely going to be locally-assembled at Toyota’s Bukit Raja facility.   

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Toyota Harrier Price List (Variants)

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  1. Design - An all-new design yet distinctively and unmistakably a Toyota Harrier both inside and out. Sitting on Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, the car is lower, wider and longer than ever before while retaining a sleek and elegant exterior.
  2. Economy - Slightly down on power compared to the previous generation car but it makes up for it with a more efficient engine with considerably better fuel economy.
  3. Features - Modern features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, wireless charging, and driver’s head up display now comes as standard. Dimmable electrochromic panoramic moonroof adds a nice touch to the luxurious interior. There's also the full suite of Toyota Safety Sense ADAS functions.


  1. Price - While priced slightly cheaper than the previous gen Toyota Harrier, it is still rather pricy, starting from RM 249,706.50 for the sole 2.0 Luxury variant.
  2. Performance - Power is down from the last generation, and this all-new Harrier lacks a turbo too.
  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Comusmption
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    Toyota Harrier Overview


    The highly anticipated all-new 4th generation Toyota Harrier was officially launched in Malaysia in April 2021, almost 10 months after its debut in Japan. The popular 5-seater SUV, arrives in Malaysia via through UMW Toyota Motor as a fully-imported (CBU Japan) car. Only the sole 2.0-litre, Luxury variant is available this time around.

    Based on Toyota’s TNGA (GA-K) platform shared also by the Toyota RAV4, the new Toyota Harrier is bigger, lower and longer ever so slightly than before.

    Priced starting from RM249,706, the new Toyota Harrier comes with a 5-year/unlimited mileage warranty. It goes head-to-head with premium rivals like the BMW X3, Volvo XC60, Mercedes GLC, and to a lesser extent the Mazda CX-5 2.5L Turbo, Volkswagen Tiguan, Hyundai Santa Fe and the Peugeot 5008.


  • Exterior

    Toyota Harrier Design

    The all-new Toyota Harrier looks sharper and sleeker than ever before. The totally redesigned front end now features the new signature Toyota grille which can also be found on the new Toyota Camry. A pair of slim, aggressive LED headlamps plus a more angular front bumper complete the look of the new fascia.


    The sleek side profile bears a slight resemblance to the Aston Martin DBX. The rear, viewing from the three-quarter angle is perhaps where the new Toyota Harrier shines best with elegant bodylines further accentuated by the distinct and seamlessly integrated rear LED combination lamp.


    Harrier Dimension

    Based on a similar platform as the Toyota RAV4, they are very similar in terms of size, but the Toyota Harrier is slightly lower and considerably longer than its more ruggedly styled SUV sister.


    2,690 mm


    4,740 mm


    1,855 mm


    1,660 mm

    Kerb Weight

    1,137 kg


  • Interior

    Toyota Harrier Interior

    The overall interior design is an evolution rather than a revolution. Previous generation Harrier owner will certainly find themselves at home with a few welcoming modern touches. The infotainment touchscreen control now protrudes on top of the dashboard in your direct line of sight. Physical dials and buttons for the climate control make a well-received comeback in place of the fiddly capacitive touch system on the previous-gen car.


    Extensive use of leather stitched surface and soft touch material, albeit only available in black, gives the cabin an upmarket feel. Despite its largely dark interior, the cabin feels spacious partly thanks to the expansive dimmable electrochromic panoramic moonroof. It seats five comfortably on the new leather seats with plenty of leg and headroom to spare. Small design touches like the subtly embossed original Harrier Eagle logo on the driver’s door panel just goes to show Toyota’s attention to detail.


  • Features

    Toyota Harrier Features

    The new Toyota Harrier is packed full of Toyota’s new tech and features. The new infotainment system now comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with Vehicle Telematic System (VTS), which monitors vehicle real time location through a mobile app. Malaysians get the 8-inch touchscreen infotainment unit as opposed to the larger 12.3-inch unit available in Japan. Digital rear-view mirror allows greater clarity and field of vision especially at night. Dual zone automatic climate control now comes with nanoe™ X Technology from Panasonic. For the driver, a 12-way adjustable seat with an adjustable electric steering column makes finding the perfect driving position easier. Kick-sensor hands-free power back door adds to the convenience of everyday practicality. Keyless entry, push to start system and wireless charging features are a given.
    Safety comes courtesy of Toyota Safety Sense. The new Toyota Harrier gets the full suite of Toyota’s high-tech safety system which includes 7 SRS airbags, Pre-crash System (PCS), Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist (LDA), Lane Tracing Assist (LTA), Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC), Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) with Rear Cross Traffic Auto Brake (RCTAB), Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and Traction Control (TC) and ABS with EBD. Driver assistance like Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC), Digital Front and Rear Digital Video Recorder (DVR), Electronic Parking Brake with Auto Brake Hold and Emergency Stop Signal with Brake Assist (BA) are also available as standard.

  • Driving Performance

    Toyota Harrier Driving Performance



    Powering the Harrier is the M20A-FKS 2.0-Litre 4-cylinder DOHC naturally aspirated engine, pushing out 173 PS at 6600 RPM and 203 NM from 4400 RPM.



    Power is sent to the front wheels via Toyota’s Direct Shift Continuous Variable Transmission (CVT). Sequential Shiftmatic and additional start-off gear promises a smooth drive.


  • Ride Comfort

    Toyota Harrier Ride Comfort

    Built on Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform with double wishbone rear suspension and a stronger vehicle body for greater stability and security. The front is now lower for better visibility, and the lower body structure translate into better weight distribution. The TNGA platform also aims to provide enhanced agility through finely tuned suspension and lighter structural body parts.

  • Fuel Comusmption

    Toyota Harrier Fuel Consumption

    Official fuel economy is rated at 15.3KM/L or 6.5L/100KM, achieving 40% thermal efficiency in the process.


  • Conclusion

    Toyota Harrier Conclusion

    The new Toyota Harrier is like the Toyota RAV 4 dressed in a tuxedo, capable of performing tasks expected of a SUV and also looking smart while doing them. It is proof that form and function can and does coexist. Sitting on the new TNGA platform, the new compact midsize SUV promises greater safety, stability and agility. With the full suite of Toyota Safety Sense onboard plus many other high-tech features available, it is hard not to be impressed with what the new Toyota Harrier has to offer.



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    • avatarnoway


      Competing with the Toyota Harrier are:

      Mazda CX-5 2.5 Turbo - RM 181,770
      Mercedes-Benz GLC 200 - RM 248,000  



      The Toyota Harrier is available in 2 variants:

      2.0T Premium - RM 234,510
      2.0T Luxury - RM 256,396  

    • Lao Lang

      Lao Lang

      Both variants (Luxury and Premium variants) also get the full suite of Toyota Safety Sense suit of Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), which includes Pre-Crash System (PCS), Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Lane Keeping Assist (LKA), Lane Departure Alert (LDA), and Adaptive High-Beam System (AHS).  

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