Toyota Fortuner Price List
Toyota Fortuner price starts at Rs 26.69 Lakh and goes upto Rs 32.48 Lakh. Petrol Fortuner price starts at Rs 26.69 Lakh. Diesel Fortuner price starts at Rs 28.29 Lakh. Toyota Fortuner comes in 7 colours & 6 variants available in India
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Colors of Toyota Fortuner
- Phantom Brown
- Super White
- Attitude Black
- Avant-Grade Bronze
- Grey Metallic
- Silver Metallic
- White Pearl Crystal Shine
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Toyota Fortuner User Reviews
A Fortuner is a Fortuner
I had seen pictures of the new Fortuner ahead of its introduction in India. Honestly, I was hoping it would look better in real life. But it still looks a little too sleek. And according to me an SUV should look macho and not sleek. Barring this
problem, the new Fortuner is I think a great car as it feels more powerful and comfortable to drive than ever before. The interiors are very nice too and I like all the new features too. The front seats do not have cushioning adjustment for any variant and that is a big letdown according to me for such an expensive vehicle.
But apart from these factors, I know my new Fortuner will be very reliable and trouble free and for that matter alone I love the Toyota Fortuner. Looking forward to may years and kilometers with my new Fortuner.
Meets expectations, but would have liked more
Hearing that the new Toyota Fortuner is going to be launched soon I went and made the booking ahead of its launch. Now I have been a happy Toyota Fortuner customer for many years and the new model got me greatly interested. But when I actually saw
the new car for the first time, I was a little disappointed. While the interiors are undoubtedly better than those of the previous model and there is lot more equipment too there are some things that do not feel as expensive as they should. Such as the touchscreen system which is not very nice to operate with touch controls and the display resolution could have been better too.
The new engine is much better than the previous model though and the new Fortuner is so much nicer to drive. Although the suspension is still bouncy over bad roads, this is something that I was hoping would have been better than the last model.
Overall, I have mixed feelings about the new Fortuner.
Toyota Fortuner Highlights
Indians seem to be enamoured at the very concept of a SUV. Perhaps it is the butch stance, the go-anywhere ability and the capacity to seat huge families that happen to be the reason behind it. And in Toyota's case, reliability is another important factor to be considered. The first-generation Fortuner sold like candy, and the second-generation model is no different.
The muscled appeal remains, albeit with a lot of sleek and angular design cues. There are dollops of chrome all over - something Indian buyers crave for. You'll find sleek headlamps at the front and rear that look like slashes caused by a razor blade. The wheel arches are nicely flared, and the Fortuner sits on massive 17-inch wheels that do add to the stance. Thanks to its whopping dimensions, the SUV has terrific road presence as well.
The Toyota Fortuner variants for the petrol models are as follows: 2.7 4x2 (MT) and 2.7 4x2 (AT), while the diesel variants are: 2.8 4x2 (MT), 2.8 4x2 (AT), 2.8 4x4 (MT) and 2.8 4x4 (AT). A host of features are available, like: rear AC vents, a cooled glovebox, powered tail gate, keyless entry and start/stop, a touchscreen infotainment unit and ISOFIX child restraint system. In terms of safety, the Fortuner gets Hill-start assist control, Hill descent control, Active traction control for four-wheel-drive modes, 7 airbags and ABS with EBD.
The cabin is radically new too. None of the older SUV's design themes trickle into the new car. Much of the cabin is draped in leather, and the quality of plastic materials used is decent. The seats offer ample thigh support, while occupants will be happy with the amount of legroom and headroom on offer. The new Fortuner is also longer and wider; the result being improved overall cabin comfort. All-round visibility is much better now, while the third-row seats can be folded up, allowing for more luggage space.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The Toyota Fortuner is powered by a new pair of engines: a 2.8-litre diesel engine that makes 174bhp and 420Nm of torque, while the 2.7-litre petrol engine makes 164bhp and 245Nm of torque. Both engines are paired to either a 6-speed automatic gearbox or a 6-speed manual gearbox. The four-cylinder turbo diesel motor is very refined, with NVH levels contained very well. Power delivery is linear, while acceleration is adequate. The steering feels light, and thanks to its bigger suspension components – the ride quality is now better than eariler. Its petrol-engined version – on the other hand – is refined and is best suited to urban conditions. The petrol model also gets Eco and Power driving modes, but is not available on the four-wheel drive variant.
The Toyota Fortuner's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figures are rated at 10.26kmpl for the petrol variant, and 12.9kmpl for the diesel model.
Toyota Fortuner ex showroom price in New Delhi for the Fortuner base model price variant (2.7L) 4x2 MT is ₹ 27.27 lakh (approx.), while the (2.7L) 4x2 AT Toyota Fortuner petrol price is ₹ 28.86 lakh (approx.), ₹ 29.28 lakh (approx.) is the Toyota Fortuner price for the (2.8L) 4x2 MT diesel variant, while the (2.8L) 4X4 AT automatic Toyota Fortuner top model price is pegged at ₹ 32.97 lakh (approx.). The cost of Toyota Fortuner variants can be found on autoX, but we encourage our readers to contact the nearest authorised Toyota dealership for the latest Toyota Fortuner on road price in India, as they will be able to help with the entire Toyota Fortuner price list that will include the Toyota Fortuner on-road price and ex-showroom price.