Toyota Singapore, managed by Borneo Motors, has launched the new 4th generation Toyota Harrier where it will be sold in three different variants with prices starting from SGD160,888 all the way to SGD175,888. The all-new Harrier was launched in Japan in April last year.

The variants available are Elegance (non hybrid), Premium and Luxury; the latter two comes with a hybrid powertrain. The Elegance variant comes with a 2.0-litre Dynamic Force engine with 170 hp and 203 Nm, paired to a Direct Shift CVT gearbox.

The Premium and Luxury get a more powerful 2.4-litre engine with 176 hp and 221 Nm engine, aided with an electric motor that produces 118 hp and 202 Nm. Unlike the Direct Shift gearbox in the Elegance, the Premium and Luxury variants come with an eCVT gearbox. Fuel consumption is rated as low as 4.7L/100km in the hybrid variants.

18-inch wheels are standard, along with full LED lighting including the fog lights at the front and back. Other notable features offered across the board includes the adaptive high beam system, hands-free powered tailgate, and even a Harrier foot lamp logo. Interestingly, the Elegance variant of the 4th generation Toyota Harrier still comes with a cable operated fuel lid release, in 2021!

Inside, the 4th generation Toyota Harrier is equipped with a 10.5-inch head-up display, 7-inch multi-information display and 8-inch infotainment display with Apple Car Play and Android Auto.

There are also six speakers and four USB ports. The more distinct features, ventilated front seats, memory seats for the driver are only available in the top two variants. As for the auto dimming panoramic glass roof, it’s exclusively available only in the Luxury variant.

As for safety, there are seven airbags to count on, including side, curtain and driver knee airbags to count on along with pre-collision braking, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Lane Tracing Assist, and Lane Departure Alert.


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