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Differences between Lexus and Toyota Harrier

Differences Lexus RX330 and Toyota

Good day all,

I would to ask you folks whether there is any in terms of build quality, fittings etc. between a RX330 or its JDM equivalent Harrier. I am asking is that I am thinking of my current ride (a 2000 but there is quite a significant difference between the 2 models.

Originally posted by owm

Just my Saturday visiting the showrooms to out more on the local Harrier PL vs the RX300 we have here.

Discovered that the RX has more amenities like electrochromic/anti-dazzle and wing mirrors, electronic and telescopic steering wheel, 2 memory seat settings, sensor, power rear closing and opening, VSC and TRC, mirrors that tilt when shifted to reverse, 8 Pioneer system and cushion Other differences would be 5-speed transmission and the 3L V6 engine in the current ES. Wondering whether the is worth the additional US$20,000?

a similar spec RX to the version are selling down here in New — right hand of course so closer to a Harrier the US spec RX

3.3L with AWD,

5 auto with sequential

power tail gate

No ML 6 or 7 speaker system with 6 CD

no nav, so no backup camera, no

17 wheels, 18 are NOT an option

Toyota Harrier Hybrid

no air suspension

no cruise control

no heated — don’t need em in NZ, cooled seats for the summer. now talking.

only ‘option’ is a — the multi-panel version I

Local price NZ$86k roughly US$50k

Took one for a drive on Thursday. Compared to the I currently have I can’t say I the extra power, though the hill to the house, maybe is a bit more low down torque I did like the leather and electrics the original Harriers had cloth with manual adjust. I noticed most was that the low accelerator response was better, not powerful, but more gradual, so it driving in slow traffic I didn’t like the large spots, almost caused me to lanes on to a van I couldn’t see.

Also didn’t like the new note — made the sound very harsh at revs, where as the orignal was very smooth and spooled up a turbine. Didn’t notice the box nurgles some people reported, but I only had it for an hour a lunch break.

One of the local mags had its initial review and very complimentary about the in the AWD system. Reckoned the fixed diff and braking the wheels to wheel spin was a backward compared to the original model’s center diff. They that the new system tended to the car when they got in to soft — a wheel would spinning and the managment system cut the power back to all wheels and the spinning wheel to compensate than transferring the available to the other wheels. I can’t — I only had time to run it on .

I’m undecided whether to up — I may hold off for a year or so to see if ‘sweeten’ the package as a mid life — I really would the air suspension.

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