The Toyota Harrier is a mid-size SUV that the Japanese automaker has been making in Japan since 1997. The export models of the Toyota Harrier were sold under the Lexus brand as the Lexus RX.
The Toyota is a compact, later mid-size crossover SUV sold by Toyota since December 1997 in Japan and once exclusive to Toyota Stores Japanese dealerships. … The third generation RX arrived in late 2008, while the Harrier continued in second generation form unchanged, now toyota is planning to launch 4th generation Toyota harrier in international market, in this video we are showing you interior, exterior and features of Toyota Harrier, following SUV is unlickely to launch in Indian Market as Harrier Name is registered with TATA in India, if in near future Toyota planned to launch then they have to Launch it with different name
The long bonnet helps give it a sleek profile. The front fascia is dominated by a large central air-dam with a band of chrome along its upper and lower edges. The all-LED headlamps and grille are now sleeker units; the former feature J-shaped LED DRLs in line with the new Corolla in international markets. Like its predecessor, the new Harrier’s grille is closed off, except for a narrow opening along the lower edge, though the Harrier badge now makes way for a Toyota logo.
Round the back, there are new slim LED tail-lamps with a light-bar that extends into the central Toyota badge on the boot-lid. Sitting atop the tailgate is a notable spoiler; a second faux-spoiler-like element is positioned between the rear windscreen and the tail-lamps.
Inside, the cabin features a mix of leather and bright work replete with an all-new dashboard design. A large 12.3-inch touchscreen sits atop the centre console. Touch-sensitive controls for the air-con system and touchscreen are positioned lower down, and the engine start-stop button is located even lower. The instrument cluster is a more conventional unit, sporting twin dials on either side of a larger MID display.
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