All New Toyota Harrier 2023 has 5 different colors available: Dark Blue Metallic, White Pearl Crystal Shine, Precious Black, Slate Grey Metallic, Steel Blonde Metallic. All Toyota Harrier colours options images can be found here!
Dark Blue Metallic
Toyota Harrier 2023 has 348 images and photos, includes 156 interior images & photos, 167 exterior images & photos, 25 images of Toyota Harrier engine and others. Check out at the front view, rear view, side and top view of new Toyota Harrier 2023 here.
With the SUV trend on a full moon, many car manufacturer plans to bring in the latest model to our market, hoping to take some slice of the irresistible cake that is the SUV market. Malaysian will be spoilt for choice now, as there is a variety of SUVs in various sizes and flavors to suit your liking. Here at Wapcar, we present to you a slew of upcoming offerings in 2020 and 2021. Hold your wallet close. Proton X50 Estimated arrival: H2 2020. Without a doubt, the Proton X50 is literally the hott
** This article is published on WapCar Community, representing the opinion of users. Click the link below to enter the community for car enthusiasts in Malaysia https://forum.wapcar.my/ Basic information of my car: 2018 Toyota Harrier 2.0T Luxury Reasons why I bought this car My wife and I wanted a bigger car (from our first car 2010 Honda City 1.5E) to comfortably bring my parents around (including easier ingress and egress) and store the many baggages which they would brought over when we pick
Toyota has recently made some minor improvements to the Harrier in Japan. Aside from some small tweaks in features, it also saw the debut of the 2022 Toyota Harrier PHEV (plug-in hybrid). Offered with only one variant, the Z grade, the Harrier PHEV looks largely similar to its petrol and hybrid variants with the only main difference being a unique mesh front grille design. Powering the Harrier PHEV is a 2.5-litre Dynamic Force engine that is also shared with the hybrid variants. That unit produc
** This article is published on WapCar Community, representing the opinion of users. Click the link below to enter the community for car enthusiasts in Malaysia https://forum.wapcar.my/ Basic information of my car: 2017 Toyota Harrier Progress (ZSU60) Reasons why I bought this car Previous 2012 Toyota Corolla Altis 1.8G is too 'small' and lack practicality for growing family with 2 young kids eg. Door opening is too small, struggling to put in baby chair and trunk opening narrow, cannot put in l
The XU80 Toyota Harrier has been updated in Malaysia for model year 2023, concerning its safety features and adding a new variant called the Luxury SE. Prices have seen a 5.8 percent increase for the Luxury variant (now priced from RM 274,000, up from RM 259,000), while the newly-introduced Luxury SE retails from RM 277,000. Slight safety updates Key improvements include a Panoramic View Monitor and updated Toyota Safety Sense (TSS), with overall improvements to the SUV's Pre-Collision Brake det
When it hit Malaysia in April 2021, the fully-imported (CBU Japan) Toyota Harrier (XU80) was a model that hardly got time to warm any showroom floors: UMW Toyota Motor sold out their entire allocation for the year in just a week. It's hardly surprising news, once you've actually seen one up close or get behind the wheel of one. Priced from RM 249,706 (inclusive SST discount, valid until 30-June 2022), buyers get a well-specced car that is beautiful inside and out. But looks alone don't always se
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