The newer models of the Toyota Harrier are still on the third-gen chassis (XE60) initially released in 2013. Even though it received a cosmetic overhaul in 2017, the car is still in the same flesh for the 2018 and 2019 models. A hybrid variant has been introduced too but since it’s a 2.5L, the tax brackets increases, and not many get imported in the country. Overall, for the 2.0l non-hybrid variant, the optional packages are still like before; with the addition of the GR trim, where everything changes and becomes quite sporty. It has a lowered suspension and cosmetic changes like the bumpers and wheels on the outside and has sportier seats with a redesigned steering wheel in the cockpit.