Toyota Brings Back The Harrier. Gives It Some Hybrid Treatment Too
Nov 15, 2013 13:31
Toyota is bringing back the Harrier nameplate based on the Lexur RX. The Harrier features different front and rear ends with unique headlights and taillights, a new grille and redesigned bumpers and a different interior.
There will be a hybrid unit pairing a 2.5 liter engine to an electric motor with a combined output of 195hp. It has an average fuel economy of 21.8 km/l. CO2 emissions are rated at 106 g/km.
Toyota will only offer a gasoline version featuring a 2.0 liter Valvematic engine with continuously variable transmission producing 149hp. It can be combined with either 2WD or 4WD. The hybrid model is only offered as a 4WD model.
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