Toyota Harrier






Toyota Harrier was released for sale in December 1997. It was born as a Sports Utility Saloon that combines mobility and functionality of SUV with basic performance of a luxury car. Even though its minimum height from the ground is kept 185 mm, by preventing the seats becoming too high, Harrier achieved a smooth getting-on-and-off motion and an excellent bad terrain driving performance.

 The seats of Toyota Harrier are the two-row seats with a carrying capacity of five. The rear seat is provided with a reclining mechanism and can be folded in semi-flat in combination with the front seat. The seat can also be split into 60/40 with the ability to slide forward and backward. The shift lever is located in the central lower part of the instrumental panel, which enables side walk-through from the front seat.


This is a 2.0L engine with the VVT-i system.Transmission is only 4-speed AT but adopted with Sports-Steer Shiftmatic feature, which allows drivers to change gear shifts by a switch on the steering. 


Drive system can be chosen between FF and 4WD. For safety management, Toyota Harrier adopts collision safety body (Global Outstanding Assessment), brake-assisting system, Dual SRS Airbag, pre-tensioner and force remitter seatbelts as its standard equipment


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