New cars in the Toyota range of 2018-2019 replenished the updated crossover Toyota Harrier, which entered the Japanese market. Having survived restyling, Toyota Harrier got a more modern exterior design, a modernized interior, as well as the newest petrol-powered 231-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged engine. Sales of the new Toyota Harrier started in Japan in the early summer of 2019 at a price of 2949480 yen for a base version of the crossover with an initial 151-horsepower petrol engine, up to 4604040 yen for the maximum equipped Toyota Harrier hybrid with a hybrid power.
The stylish Japanese crossover Toyota Harrier surviving restyling externally only in small details differs from the pre-reform model of the predator of the hawk family (Harrier in Russian Lun).
The updated model has got modernized headlights with dynamic indicators of turns, vertical sections of daytime running lights and compact fog lights – all optics, by the way, completely LED. Also, the designers awarded the crossover a new front bumper with a larger air intake and a bright aerodynamic plumage.
The forage of the updated crossover flaunts the modernized dimensional lanterns (light-emitting diode with three-dimensional drawing), connected henceforth by a thin light-emitting diode tape.
The manufacturer has expanded the color range of enamels offered for painting the body. Customers can choose the color they like from 6 options: white, silver metallic, dark red, dark blue and two shades of black.
- The external dimensions of the body of the Toyota Harrier 2019-2018 are 4725 mm in length (plus 5 mm to the length of the body of the predecessor due to the new front bumper), 1835 mm wide, 1690 mm in height, with 2,660 mm of wheelbase.
- The track of the front and rear wheels is 1570 mm with a standard rubber installation of 225/65 R17 on 17-inch alloy wheels made of aluminum. When installing larger 18-inch wheels with 235/55 R18 tires and aluminum-alloyed wheels, the front and rear wheels are 1560 mm.
Salon restyled versions of Toyota Harrier has changed minimally. In the presence of a modernized instrument panel, higher-quality finishing materials with a wide choice of color solutions. But the most important thing is the possibility to order in the form of an additional option the newest multimedia system with a 9.2-inch color touch screen (pre-reform crossover could boast only 7.0-inch multimedia screen).
A nice bonus for all the upgrades of the updated Toyota Harrier crossover is the presence of the Toyota Safety Sense P security system, which provides the presence of a mass of advanced equipment in the form of adaptive cruise control, an automatic emergency braking system with pedestrian detection, a lane hold system, and Automatic headlight range control.
As standard and optional equipment, the driver’s and front passenger’s seats are available with electric adjustment, heating and ventilation, heated second-row seats, panoramic sunroof, electric tailgate with a non-contact opening function, JBL speaker with 11 speakers, stylish interior backlighting With a blue glow, the seats are trimmed with natural and artificial leather, electric steering column adjustments, a rear-view camera or a 360-degree viewing system.
Technical specifications of Toyota Harrier 2018-2019. Under the hood of the updated crossover, a new petrol four-cylinder 2.0-liter turbocharged 8AR-FTS engine with direct fuel injection (231 HP 350 Nm) was introduced in the company with 6 automatic transmissions. The engine is satisfied with an average of 7.69 – 7.8 liters of fuel.
Also, the new crossover is equipped with a gasoline atmospheric 2.0-liter engine 3ZR-FAE (151 HP 193 Nm) in the company with CVT variator.
Gasoline versions of the crossover by default with front-wheel drive 2WD, for a surcharge, an all-wheel drive system 4 WD is possible.
There is an economical hybrid version of the Toyota Harrier hybrid (a 2.5-liter petrol 152-horsepower motor, a pair of electric motors, a stepless transmission with electronic control, four-wheel drive transmission E-Four). Hybrid Toyota Harrier fuel consumption is meager – 4.67 liters per 100 km of track.