Toyota Harrier Workshop Manual XU10 1997-2003

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Toyota Harrier Workshop Manual XU10 1997-2003

Toyota Harrier Workshop Manual XU10 1997-2003

models:
Toyota Harrier First/1st Generation
XU10 Platform
Lexus RX220 RX240 RX300

years:
1997-2003

engines:
2.2 L 5S-FE I4
2.4 L 2AZ-FE I4
3.0 L 1MZ-FE V6

transmissions:
Automatic & Manual

item-format:
.PDF

The thought idea driving the RX—a hybrid between an extravagance vehicle and SUV—began in 1993 when it was estimated by TMS and Toyota Motor chiefs during a lunch meeting in Nagoya. By 1994, that vehicle was formally proposed by TMS chiefs at item arranging gathering in Toyota City, Japan and put into advancement. In December 1995, the last plan coordinated under originator Makoto Oshima was affirmed for creation, and models later went into testing in 1996.[citation needed]

Lexus RX 300 (US spec)

Before the RX public introduction, an idea sport utility vehicle, the SLV, reviewed the model at the Chicago Auto Show on 9 February 1997.[10] The SLV name represented Sport Luxury Vehicle. The creation prepared idea consolidated the attributes of a SUV, cart, and sedan,[11] and included high-ground leeway and a raised seating position. The idea’s general plan goal was to be ordinarily utilized for rural driving.[10] At the introduction of the idea vehicle, it was accounted for that the hybrid was to be founded on the ES 300 car, and would go into creation with a section level cost of over US$30,000.[10]

The RX was based on a unibody chassis.[12] Its outside plan was not regular of existing four-entryway vehicles at its introduction.[13] Among configuration includes, the vehicle highlighted front three-sided quarter-windows, entryway mounted side mirrors, a back liftgate with top-mounted spoiler, and clear front and back light covers with round lenses.[12][13] The outside shading plan was two-tone, with the guard and lower body-side cladding a dim color.[13] The RX 300 conveyed a drag coefficient of Cd=0.36.[12] The original Lexus RX was inherent Kyushu, Japan.[12]