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$16,300 /yr 21.2km/L 215 bhp E-CVT (A)
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2.5 Luxury (A)
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$17,700 /yr 21.2km/L 215 bhp E-CVT (A)
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Price updated 07-Oct-2021

Toyota Harrier Hybrid
3 stars - based on 7 reviews
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Car Review - Toyota Harrier Hybrid 2.5 Luxury (A)
The Toyota Harrier returns with a refined drivetrain and new tech features to contend once more for the hearts and minds of Singaporeans.
Forget the badge. Here's my argument.
Had this car for the past 4 months and average 20km/L. Under hard driving 17 km/L. Car handling is ok but it isn't built like a sport car. Roomy interior, has all the creature comforts, should be on your list if you're looking for a vehicle to just use, service and when it's time, change to something else rather than fussing about how expensive or rare the parts are or how expensive the labour is.
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Harrier Hybrid 2.5 Elegance
After driving for a month 2000km. The fuel consumption range from 19 to 24km/landing. Avg 20km/l under Normal mode. It is a huge car especially the width makes publicparkingtricky. Console with Android car play of 8 inch is disappointing with a 12 inch frame. It is a huge and heavy car that make you feel not to drive fast. Missing the urge or mojo but just cruising along to enjoy the comfort of the car. Overtaking is no issue at all.
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Harrier has lost its identity
European clone. Trying to copy Jag. Now priced even more than Conti and yet resale drop by 30% Within 1 year. Lost identity. Borneo Motors greedy.
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The hybrid version of a popular Toyota doesn't disappoint
The Harrier has been one of the nicer SUVs available in the market. The updated design on this hybrid model looks very pleasing, with design cues that reminds of higher-end luxury European brands such as Jaguar. Definitely a good thing. The interior of Toyota has always been OK, not too fancy but nicely built, this time round they managed to give the interior a more luxurious and updated feel.
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