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Toyota Fortuner Latest Updates

Toyota India has launched the sportier looking Fortuner TRD limited edition from Rs 34.98 lakh (ex-showroom). Based on the diesel-automatic variant, the Fortuner TRD can be had in either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive variants.

The Fortuner TRD packs plenty of cosmetic updates. This includes a black garnish on the grille, sportier bumpers, blacked-out alloy wheels and a dual-tone colour scheme. ‘TRD’ badging at the rear denotes that you’re driving the special variant. Inside, the Fortuner TRD’s dashboard and upholstery utilises a sportier red and black theme. That’s about it. And while it retains all the features from the standard Fortuner, the TRD benefits from a 360-degree parking camera,, illuminated scuff plates and auto-folding ORVMs.

The Fortuner TRD is priced Rs 2.30 lakh more than the standard model.

Fortuner Specifications

The Toyota Fortuner is being offered with a 2.8-litre diesel and a 2.7-litre petrol motor.The diesel motor churns out 177PS. Just like the current model, the 6-speed manual variant develops 420Nm while the 6-speed automatic variant churns out 450Nm . The diesel Fortuner is also offered with rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive options. On the other hand, the 2.7-litre petrol engine develops 165PS of power and 245Nm of torque to the rear wheels with 6-speed manual and automatic options. The Fortuner comes with 296 litres of boot space and a massive 220mm of ground clearance. The diesel automatic (4x4) we tested, on the other hand, was a little over a second quicker, taking 12.14 seconds to clock 100kmph. We aren’t surprised, considering it makes more power and torque with 177PS and 450Nm on tap. Notably, if you pick a diesel-manual you get 420Nm instead. Efficiency too was noticeably better compared to the petrol-auto at 12.38kmpl (city) and 15.04kmpl (highway).

Fortuner Variants

The Fortuner petrol is available in 4x2 MT and 4x4 AT versions while the diesel is available in 4x2 AT/MT and 4x4 AT/MT.

Fortuner Features

Some notable features include a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with navigation, park assist, automatic climate control, auto bi-beam LED with DRLs, LED fog lamps and smart entry with push-button start. On the safety front, it gets 7 airbags, all-wheel disc brakes with ABS, EBD, and brake assist. It also gets features like Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and hill-start assist control (HAC).

Toyota Fortuner Competitors

Its rivals include the Ford Endeavour, Mahindra Alturas G4, and the upcoming MG Gloster.

Toyota Fortuner Price

The price of Toyota Fortuner starts at Rs. 28.66 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 36.88 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Fortuner ranges between Rs. 28.66 Lakh to Rs. 30.25 Lakh. The prices of Fortuner diesel variants start at Rs. 30.67 Lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 36.88 Lakh. Toyota Fortuner is available in 8 variants and 7 different colours.

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Toyota Fortuner Price List in India

Variants Ex-Showroom Price
Fortuner 2.7 4x2 MT
2694 cc | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 28.66 Lakh
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Fortuner 2.7 4x2 AT
2694 cc | Petrol | Automatic
Rs. 30.25 Lakh
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Fortuner 2.8 4x2 MT
2755 cc | Diesel | Manual
Rs. 30.67 Lakh
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Fortuner

Q. Which sound system is available in Toyota Fortuner?
  • There is on branding in the speakers and the brand shared the respective details officially. So, you may exchange your words with the authorized service center for the same. Check out authorised dealership details.
Q. Which automatic technology is using for Toyota Fortuner ?
  • Toyota Fortuner gets a 6-Speed Torque Converter.
Q. In Toyota Fortuner, automatic gearbox is DCT or Torque converter?
  • Toyota Fortuner gets a 6-Speed Torque Converter.
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Q. Which one should i choose between ford endevour and toyota fortuner?
  • I would prefer Endeavour over fortuner as both 2.2l and 3.2l engines are refined with lots of leather and piano black finish inside. With features like auto parking, terrain management system (in 4*4), front sensors, electeonic boot opening and seat folding. Better power and torque on the go. Sunroof and moonroof is only available in endeavour and not in fortuner. Better water wading height than fortuner. I myself own Endeavour 3.2l 4*4 2018 MARCH model and am extremely sarisfied with it. Service costs around 8k to 10k every 10,000 kms. Endeavour is 5 cylinder while fortunerr is 4. There is so much to say in favour of Endeavour that i might have missed few of the features.My endeavour gives an average of 6.6 in city and 7.8 on highway. Its sort of OK considering its 3.2l ....5 cylinder ...200PS and 2.2 ton!!
  • Toyota Fortuner is best choice.first thing is made by toyota and toyota cars give best resale value.Fortuner is best car for India roads and you can go offroading as well as in rainy season you can drive your car anywhere.
  • Ford endeavour is best option for 30 to 34 lakh suv and endeavour is too much better than fortuner like speed wise ,off road,panoramic sunroof,power wise and seating wise.
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Q. Toyota Fortuner petrol or diesel is better. If the car is not frequently not used l.
  • It dosent matter it is used or not but what is your use does matter so if using only in city then petrol or for long rides diesel is best and for offroad deiesel for more torqe.
  • Petrol version pickup high than diesel but market value diesel
  • Both are good
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Editor's View of Toyota Fortuner

  • Upside

    Nicely though out variants with a great spread of features. Automatic options with both diesel and petrol engines. Toyota's renowned reliability and service network.

  • Downside

    Is showing it's age against more modern rivals like the Ford Endeavour and the Mahindra Alturas G4. Petrol motor lacks a little excitement, best suited to relaxed cruising.

  • Our Verdict

    It's reliable, proven and looks imposing on the road. The 4x4 version makes for a great mild off-roader too.

Fortuner Detailed Review

With every new generation of their people-movers, Toyota has taken the game forward by massive leaps. We saw it when they replaced the simple, boxy but effective Qualis with a modern and upmarket MPV, the Innova; the recently introduced Crysta takes the story forward with a premium air that makes the older Innova feel a bit rudimentary in comparison. The promise remains the same as Toyota replaces their much admired SUV, the Fortuner, in India. However, our expectations were raised even higher at the media drive event as Toyota officials spoke of benchmarking the Fortuner against the Prado during development stages! We got a day with the petrol automatic and diesel manual variants to get a sense of just how much of a step forward the Toyota SUV really is.

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Luxury of Petrol

Our day started in the petrol variant of the Fortuner. Right from when you crank it over, you know why petrols are apt for luxury. This four-cylinder engine settles into a quiet and smooth idle, and sitting inside the cabin you can’t even make out it is turning over. On the narrow streets of Kochi, we ambled along at moderate speeds and the refinement continued to impress. Navigating through the erratic traffic was made all the more calm thanks to the six-speed automatic gearbox. Driven at this pace the gearbox shifted smoothly and with reasonable rapidity.

New Toyota Fortuner: Rear Three Quarters

As we got to the more open roads, the driving became a bit faster and more urgent. To pass the vehicle in front, the engine had to use upper reaches of its rev-range. The use of dual variable valve timing helps widen the power band, but the flow of punch feels just a bit tame in the mid range before picking up steam past 4000rpm, heading on to a near 5800rpm limiter. At high rpms the engine is audible in the cabin, but vibrations are almost non-existent. The six-speed gearbox can be asked to toggle ratios through the paddles on the steering wheel. The responses have a slightest hint of lag which will be irksome only when driven in a tearing hurry. The petrol engine will be available with a 5-speed manual transmission, however, there is no all-wheel drive equipped variant on offer.

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Dynamic Diesel

Our second half of the day was spent with the 2.8 litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine. This engine is primarily a Fortuner-focused engine that has also been used for the Innova. As a result, it is in a more potent state of tune here, generating a solid 450Nm of torque when coupled with the six-speed automatic. However, the six-speed manual version that we were driving makes do with 420Nm, which is still a whole chunk more than the 343Nm dished out in the Innova. The results are quite plain.

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I stalled it. The reason? Having had just hopped out of an automatic my left foot was a bit lazy, and the spread of torque was so good, that I didn’t feel the need to change gears while driving around. That was until we almost came to a standstill. There’s no doubting it the diesel feels very potent. Torque is available in plenty right from 1000rpm. The brawny SUV drove up slopes with zest even on a light throttle, so much so that you could even shift up to a higher gear half way through the climb! The engine feels really strong between 2-3000rpm, with enough usable power even past the 4000rpm mark. As a result the Fortuner feels much easier and nicer to drive. No doubt, the revised final drive ratios help the Fortuner make up for its additional heft.

New Toyota Fortuner: Alloy Wheel

Steering to Sport

The Fortuner continues to be built around a ladder frame chassis with a body on top. While this is a simple and rugged design, it isn’t ideal for driving dynamics as it raises the kerb weight and the centre of gravity. Nonetheless, the new chassis, with greater rigidity and larger diameter dampers, make the Fortuner more enjoyable to drive. Body movement is well controlled over bumpy surfaces and even around corners. On the road, the Fortuner blunts nasty potholes and takes the thunk out of most boulders that you encounter off-road. As you would expect high speed stability is impressive too. The only downside to the setup is that rippled tarmac can be felt clearly inside the cabin. This jiggling sensation was less obvious in the diesel 4x4 variant of the Fortuner. Its higher kerb weight may have had a part to play in that.

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Dirty Talk

The diesel variants of the Fortuner can be had with all-wheel drive systems. But, this time around it isn’t a permanent all-wheel drive system and so you can drive around in four-wheel high mode on tarmac. Shifting to four-wheel low doesn’t require you to struggle with a clunky lever, instead you just need to turn the rotary dial for the shift-on-the-fly system. This splits torque between the front and the rear axles in a 50:50 ratio. As would be expected of a tough SUV there is a low range as well, and can be engaged when at a standstill. Interestingly, the new Fortuner’s ground clearance figure is said to be an ARAI claimed 184mm, significantly lower than before.

New Toyota Fortuner: Driving Modes

Tech Talk

The Fortuner uses a variety of technologies to enhance the driving experience, comfort and convenience. The petrol and diesel engines, manual and automatic, come equipped with Power and Eco modes. In Power mode, throttle response is more aggressive for quicker responses. In Eco Mode the throttle response is dulled and the air-conditioning is softened to improve fuel consumption.

New Toyota Fortuner: Manual Gear lever

The manual gearbox equipped Fortuners also pack a feature, Intelligent Manual Transmission, that raises the engine rpm during gear shifts to keep the speed from dropping and hence making the drive smoother. To improve comfort, the diesel’s Pitch & Bounce Control system reduces engine torque as you navigate bumps or potholes. The all-wheel drive equipped SUVs also offer descent control to help while driving down steep inclines in off-road conditions. In terms of safety equipment, the Fortuner offers 7 airbags, ABS, EBD and stability control with brake assist as well.

New Toyota Fortuner: Front View

In the bones

With the Prado as the benchmark, the changes for the Fortuner started at its very core. The chassis, which continues to be a ladder frame, had to be built anew. Thicker steel and more reinforcements were incorporated to boost refinement and improve the driving experience. This also resulted in a cascading changes to the body, the driveline, the suspension and other components. As a result the development vehicle weighed a lot more than the outgoing Fortuner. However, the use of tensile steel and other changes helped bring the number down to 200-250kgs for the production version.

New Toyota Fortuner: Rear Three Quarters

Tough, but cool

One thing is for sure, the new Fortuner stands out. In terms of size it is longer by 90mm, and 15mm wider than its predecessor, even though its wheelbase remains unchanged. The maximum height is 15mm lower than before, but that has done nothing to reduce the Fortuner’s ability to clear the traffic ahead. Although, people will be tempted to stop and stare for a bit. The look is futuristic and dramatic, highlighted at the front by the slim full-LED headlamps and the complex bumper. The design is distinctive from the side, too, as the window line kicks up after the second row windows before flowing into the rear. The tail lamps fan out, rich and relaxed, with the LEDs making the statement more vibrant.

New Toyota Fortuner: Dashboard

In the past, what irked most Fortuner owners was that despite spending significantly more than the asking price of an Innova, the interiors were the same. Even the all-new Fortuner shares quite a bit with the Innova, but the dashboard design is different and there is a greater sense of luxury here. Toyota has made sure that the contact points use soft touch materials, like the faux-leather on the cooled glove box, the armrest for the door pads and the velvety material for the sun visors. The 8-way adjustable driver’s seat is supportive and the driver is also treated to a crisp and information packed LCD display in the instrument cluster. This might seem a bit shallow, but the LED cabin lights look really cool although the lack of a sunroof option will antagonise some buyers.

New Toyota Fortuner: Infotainment Unit

However, some things don’t feel all that satisfying. Some plastics like the dash top are the simple and tough variety, and the piano black bits look a bit poorly finished, too. The colours on the touchscreen aren’t rich and the controls for the air-conditioning system feel a bit old school.

New Toyota Fortuner: Second Row

In the second row, unlike on the Innova, the Fortuner doesn’t get picnic trays; however, there are hooks for bags. Passengers are treated to supportive seats and ample space. Sliding the second row can help optimise the space so that there is enough knee-room to accommodate adults in all three rows. However, the headroom in the third row will be tight for taller passengers and even shorter passengers will find it a bit claustrophobic as the headrest for the second row block the view and the roof lining that protrudes down, hems the view ahead even further. Even with the third row in use, the Fortuner offers ample space to pack for a weekend trip. With the seats flipped up, manually, there is space in plenty for much longer trips!

New Toyota Fortuner: Front Three Quarters

Marked Up

With the all-new Fortuner, Toyota has addressed weaknesses of the previous generation, and made this family of SUVs even more appealing. Richer interiors, a calmer cabin, more powerful engines, a variety of drivetrains and a more satisfying driving experience make the Fortuner a much stronger offering. While most of its shortcomings aren’t deal breakers, we look forward to examining the ride quality on familiar roads soon. Toyota’s hold on the SUV market has remained tight despite the arrival of newer competition. Now, the second-generation Fortuner looks set to cement that position even further.

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Toyota Fortuner Mileage

The mileage of Toyota Fortuner ranges from 10.01 kmpl to 15.04 kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Fortuner Petrol Manual is 10.01 kmpl and for the Fortuner Diesel Manual is 14.24 kmpl. In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of Fortuner Petrol is 10.26 kmpl and for the Fortuner Diesel is 15.04 kmpl.
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Toyota Fortuner User Reviews

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  • 4.3

    Nice Car...Sitting comfort is need to improve in back seats. Little cost of vehicle is also in higher side....but over all its good ...Seeing other product, its very good . We request to make it in Electrical ...operated which will help in Cost cutting , and also save enviorment...

  • 4.3

    Fantastic car. Head turner.

  • 4.3

    Very good fortuner car Arun singh

  • 4.3

    Great SUV.Excellent features and off roading,but they have made it very expensive now.At aroud 40 lacs ,its overpriced I feel.

  • 4.0

    Good suspension and ride comfort

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  • 4.3

    nice suv, milage thada kam hai pr koi bat nahi, maintenance me bhi 9000 se 10000 lag jate hai, safety ke mamle mai 1no. hai , features bhi aachi hai ,style bohot hi badhiya hai, comfort mai bhi aachi hai long ride ke liye mast1hai,aur last bhai performance to bohot hi badhiya hai

  • 4.3

    Nice Car...Sitting comfort is need to improve in back seats. Little cost of vehicle is also in higher side....but over all its good ...Seeing other product, its very good . We request to make it in Electrical ...operated which will help in Cost cutting , and also save enviorment...

  • 4.7

    I love toyota fortuner and all about it.but the only depressing movement is when it comes about panaromic roof where the ford endeavour is providing to the customers.and also its 1 lakh lesser than fortuner on top base model.😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

  • 4.7

    Fortuner completely stands on Toyotas built quality. I'm very satisfied by fortuner, its a value for money car. The engine performance and overall all driving experience is pretty good. Fortuner is bit lack of modern features else everything is fine.

  • 3.3

    I think the mileage should be more and the comfort should be more and rest all the features are good and there is a need of sunroof in this car because we are spending 40 lacks and we don't expect a sunroof.

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    Toyota Fortuner: First Drive Review

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    Nov 7, 2016
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    Toyota Fortuner 3.0 D-4D 4x4 Automatic Review

    The Toyota Fortuner 4x4 finally gets an automatic transmission. Is this the perfect entry level luxury SUV for a modern India? Know more about the Toyota Fortuner at Zigwheels.com

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Toyota Fortuner Colours

  • White Pearl Crystal Shine
  • Super White
  • Silver Metallic
  • Phantom Brown
  • Grey Metallic
  • Avant Garde Bronze
  • Attitude Black

Toyota Fortuner Service Cost

The estimated service cost for Toyota Fortuner
Diesel Automatic (5 years) Rs. 26,897
Diesel (5 years) Rs. 26,120
Petrol (5 years) Rs. 26,860
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Toyota Fortuner FAQs

What is the price of Toyota Fortuner Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Toyota Fortuner is 36.88 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Toyota Fortuner?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Toyota Fortuner is 10.26 - 15.04 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Fortuner.

What is the EMI of Toyota Fortuner in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Toyota Fortuner in Delhi is Rs. 55,441 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Toyota Fortuner?

The top 3 competitors of Toyota Fortuner are Ford Endeavour, Toyota Innova Crysta and Tata Harrier.

What is the ground clearance of Toyota Fortuner?

The ground clearance of Toyota Fortuner is 220mm.

What are the best financing options for Toyota Fortuner?

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Toyota Dealer Showrooms in Delhi

  • Uttam Toyota
    No. 95, Industrial Area, F I E, Patparganj, New Delhi, Delhi 110092
  • Espirit Toyota
    F-7 blockb-1, Mathura Road, Mohan Cooperative Industrial Estate, Near Riddhi Ford, New Delhi, Delhi 110044
    Phone : 011-66274000, 011-66274001, 9654171773, 9654171770
    Email : Cre2@espirit-toyota.com, saleshead@espirit-toyota.com
  • Galaxy Toyota
    Plot No. 23, Sector 20, Near Sector 9, Dwarka, Metro Station, New Delhi, Delhi 110075
    Phone : 78 38 193193
    Email : http://www.galaxytoyota.com
  • Galaxy Toyota
    A-block,plot-ii, Outer Ring Road, Shalimar District Centre Shalimar Place, Near Rohini Jail, New Delhi, Delhi 110088
    Phone : 011-40011111, 011-40011133, 9871199996, 9958196555
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