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 sell a car, and the Harrier is no different. Yes, it's spun from the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, but does it actually drive very well?
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It's also lost its turbo, and does that also mean it's got even less going for it?
All these questions (and more!) are answered by Adrian in the video review above. Be sure to subscribe and leave a comment!
Also read: Review: 2021 Toyota Harrier 2.0 Luxury - Do you really miss the turbo?