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Toyota Fortuner

Rs 25.92 - 31.12 Lakh*
*Ex-showroom Price New Delhi
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Mileage14.5 kmpl
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Engine2755 cc 
BHP174.5
 
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Cruise ControlYes
Sun roofNo
 
Safety
Parking SensorYes
AirbagsYes
 
EMI
Duration 5 years
EMIRs 60,204
 
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November 24, 2016: The all-new Toyota Fortuner has been launched today in India. The prices for the SUV start at Rs 25.92 lakh. The 2016 Fortuner looks all new and a lot better than the older model. It is being offered in six variants, encompassing two engine options, two transmissions and two drive types. The petrol Fortuner is a 4x2 only, with the 2.7-litre engine being paired with a 5-speed manual or an optional 6-speed automatic. Diesel duties are being carried out by the 2.8-litre motor. This engine will get a choice of a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic, and is made available with four-wheel drive as well. Toyota retailers are reporting waiting periods of at least two months, for both the petrol and diesel versions. Certain dealers say their order books are overflowing to the extent of having twice as many bookings as the available stock. Unsurprisingly, the most popular colour is white, while ‘grey metallic’ has found fewer takers.

Toyota Fortuner price list (Variants)

Variant Ex-Showroom Price   Compare
2.8 2WD MT
2755 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 14.5 kmpl
Rs 27.52 Lakh*
2.8 2WD AT
2755 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 14.5 kmpl
Rs 29.14 Lakh*
2.8 4WD MT
2755 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 14.5 kmpl
Rs 30.05 Lakh*
2.8 4WD AT
2755 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 14.5 kmpl
Rs 31.12 Lakh*
2.7 2WD MT
2694 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 14.5 kmpl
Rs 25.92 Lakh*
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2.7 2WD AT
2694 cc,  Automatic, Petrol, 14.5 kmpl
Rs 27.61 Lakh*

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    Today I have spoken to Toyota Bangalore, according to them dealers have started taking bookings, I asked for specs & to my HIGH disappointment, I was told this much awaited SUV would be launched with Manual Transmission, mean lowest end model available (Model name - 3.0 G M/T) in Thailand (None of the other markets of South East Asia has manual transmission except Thailand) (link http://www.sonirodban.com/fortuner.html); In Thailand this model is available on road at 10 Lac Bhat (Rs. 14 Lacs read more 171

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    Look and Style The only best thing in Toyota Fortunar is its truly SUV robust look. Inside decor is well managed but the same is availble in Mahindra XUV at a much lower cost. Comfort Seating is very comfortable. Adjustable middle seats provide adequate leg room to the third row passengers comparing to other SUVs. Even at such a high priced SUV no navigation system is available which is standard to Mahindra XUV and Ford Endevour. Also DVD player does not work in driving mode. This is good for sa read more 82

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    The powerful and all new Toyota Fortuner model is coming in India soon. the Toyota Fortuner is one of the most popular SUV in the world and it is specially famous for its performance on off road surfaces. The fortuner model is coming with a powerful 2.7 L diesel engine though petrol engines will also be launched in India but i think the Diesel version will become more popular then the petrol version of this model. Besides this powerful engine the Toyota Fortuner model is coming with all new Gene read more 23

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Fortuner colors

  • Phantom Brown

  • Silver Metallic

  • White Pearl Crystal Shine

  • Attitude Black

  • Avant garde bronze

  • Super white

  • Grey Metallic

Toyota Fortuner mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel10.2 kmpl 14.5 kmpl
Petrol10.2 kmpl 14.5 kmpl

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Toyota Fortuner review

Introduction:

The Fortuner was originally launched at a price point of around 18 lakhs. Over the years, Toyota has increased its prices and as of today, the Fortuner is a 25 lakh rupee SUV. With every price hike, the feature list hasn’t grown much. The numbers are fast dwindling from a phase where it used to outsell all its competition, combined. The refreshed Fortuner is stated for launch only in the later part of 2016. Does it still have the steam to ward off the better equipped and competitively priced Ford Endeavour? We find out. 

Pros:

1. Tough and rugged build with a go anywhere attitude. 

2. Imposing design, even after so many years. High on road presence. 

3. Decent fuel efficiency compared to the competition. 

Cons:

1. The ladder on frame design compromises on handling. The Santa-Fe offer better sorted handing with its monocoque body. 

2. The interiors are dated and the feature list is short. 

Stand-Out Features:

1. The cabin area is expansive, and family-goers will surely love taking a ride with this.

2. It has pretty respectable performance when placed beside others of its class.

Overview:

The Fortuner is offered with two engine options. The original 3.0L and the 2.5L derived from the Innova. The 3.0L version is offered in 4 trims. A 4x2 and a 4x4,  in combination with either an automatic or manual box. The interiors have a 3 row layout, a favourite with buyers in this segment. We've got to admit, the vehicle does lack in some aspects, and this includes the entertainment and comfort elements among others. The infotainment system is dated and no match to what the competition current offers. With people demanding a lot from a car in the segment and its price point, Toyota has got to pick up its game. 

Exteriors:

Standing tall and wide, the vehicle makes quite a bold impression at first sight. The design reeks an aura of menace. 

The front end is aggressive, with the massive hood with the scoop, the striking chrome grille and imposing bumper. The same aggressive design continues all the way to the back. This gives it oodles of road presence and is sure to make people move out of your way. 

Starting with the face, the dual tone radiator grille makes for a majestic poise at the front. Flanking this on either side, there are smoked headlamps with chrome highlights and we loved the subtle plushness here. 

The air dam along with the fog lamp housing run a black theme with the fog lamps a neat chrome bezel. The hood scoop posted at the centre of the bonnet adds some sporty value to the visuals, while the gentle lines on the bonnet balance it out. 

Along the side, the chrome door handles grabbed our attention. The black window frames and roof rails diversify the look, while the massive wheel fenders add muscle to the side. 

At the rear, the tail-lamps come with a concise design, while the chrome strip wraps up the dynamic effect that the machine constantly tries to make. 

Interiors:

When you step inside the vehicle you will be greeted with a spacious cabin. The cabin is immense in size, and it can comfortably house seven adults. Tall, plump and burly members of our team found little to fret over during the course of the drive. The dash is a single tone black unit with touches of brushed silver and wood insert. 

Air conditioning vents simple trapezoidal units that close individually. 

The design of the centre console is down to earth and nothing out of the world, which is fine in our opinion. The infotainment system in a touch screen unit and is flanked by knobs and buttons. 

By the right of the dashboard, the 4-spoke steering wheel was great to hold, and we thought there was no compromise on grip. The wheel is dressed in leather, and accentuated by silver accents. The infotainment, MID and voice control system are present on either side of the steering wheel. 

Positioned right in front, the instrument cluster houses the speedometer, the tachometer and a third dial displaying fuel indicator. The speedometer comes with chrome rings, and the illumination on the dials makes it easy to read at all times. 

When you take a seat in here, it's more than clear to you that the Japanese company has applied a sound knowledge of ergonomics in terms of seating arrangement.

The seats are wide and comfortable, and we could find very little to complain about. The plush leather upholstery adds a more enriched quality to the drive, while the integrated headrests and armrests further rake up comfort. Members of our team seated in the second row were more than happy with the legroom there, but the third row could have done better. While the back support is excellent, the seats lack under thigh support. 

Performance:

Packed within the car is a D-4D diesel engine that displaces a respectable 2982cc. The machine impresses with some pretty neat specs, including a torque of 343 Nm at 1400rpm to 3400 rpm, and a power of 142 bhp at 3400 rpm. We were happy with the overall power-play of this engine, with a low turbo lag and a linear power delivery that will ensure a good ride experience for most. Overtaking is easy, and can even be done without down-shifting. However, we've got to tell you that the loud engine noise might dampen your spirits, while at higher, sailing speeds, you should be able to let it pass. 

Ride and Handling:

Most of Toyota's models come with pretty robust dynamics, capable of taking on the tough Indian roads. This one was no different, but there definitely could have been improvement. The chassis is well suited for the needs of our roads. Uneven terrains occasionally bring out the bumpy side in the ride, and we would credit the body-on-chassis construction for this. The vehicle's body roll is quite contained, and we were surprised at the stability it can sustain at speeds higher than 130kmph. Its grip is also a pleasant factor, and we couldn't help but get the feel that it was cemented onto the floor all the way while driving. Its stopping power could be improved but is typical of SUVs of this size. 

Safety:

The vehicle keeps its front occupants well shielded, with airbags as well as seat belts that come along with pretensioners and belt force limiters. Meanwhile, some advanced safety programs help to address the average passenger's concerns, including the anti lock braking system, the electronic brakeforce distribution system and the vehicle stability control. Aside from safety for just the occupants, an immobiliser brings safety for the machine as well, preventing theft and other insecurities.  

Variants:

The vehicle comes in four variants, 4X4 AT,  4X4 MT, 4X2 AT, 4X2 AT. The cosmetics, comforts and convenience features are standard across all the variants, and the sole difference is with respect to the drive format and the transmission. 

Verdict:

If you would have asked us a year back, the Fortuner was one of the best options in the premium SUV segment. At this point, with the Ford Endeavour as its competitor, the Fortuner seems over priced and ill equipped. While it retains the advantages in terms of a rugged - go anywhere machine, we feel you should wait till the new one arrives. 

Toyota Fortuner price

Variants New Delhi Bangalore Mumbai Chennai Pune Hyderabad Kolkata Find On Road Price in Your City
2.8 2WD MT
(Diesel)
27,52,000 27,82,000 27,69,000 27,88,000 27,90,200 27,95,841 28,30,000   Get On Road Price  
2.8 2WD AT
(Diesel)
29,14,000 29,44,000 29,48,400 29,50,000 29,31,000 29,48,000 29,92,000   Get On Road Price  
2.8 4WD MT
(Diesel)
30,05,000 30,35,000 30,22,000 30,41,000 30,22,000 30,39,000 30,83,000   Get On Road Price  
2.8 4WD AT
(Diesel)
31,12,000 31,42,000 31,29,000 31,48,000 31,29,000 31,46,000 31,90,000   Get On Road Price  
2.7 2WD MT
(Petrol)
25,92,000 26,22,000 26,22,500 26,28,000 26,12,900 26,83,500 26,70,000   Get On Road Price  
2.7 2WD AT
(Petrol)
27,61,000 27,91,000 27,93,580 27,97,000 27,83,360 28,58,400 28,39,000   Get On Road Price  

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