Toyota Fortuner Specs & FeaturesToyota Fortuner Specs
Key specifications & features of the Toyota Fortuner. View engine specs, dimensions, safety and technology features in detail below
- Diesel / 2755 cc
- Gasoline / 2694 cc
- Child Safety Locks
- Side Impact Beams
- Rear Seat Belts
- Front Impact Beams
- Side Airbag-Front
Toyota Fortuner Price List
Toyota Fortuner price starts at ₱1.63 Million and goes upto ₱2.3 Million. Checkout Fortuner price list below to see the SRP prices and promos available.
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One of the most successful and reliable entry-level full-size SUVs of recent times, the Toyota Fortuner has built a reputation for itself as a fairly sized rugged SUV that can withstand the worst of roads with complete ease. In the Philippines, Toyota offers the Fortuner in one petrol and four diesel variants, as well as seven paint schemes – Pearl White, Silver, Gray, Attitude Black, Avant-Garde Bronze, Phantom Brown and Freedom White.
Interior & Features
Toyota has done a terrific job in making the exterior look fabulous, and while the interior cabin feels plush and luxurious, it lacks the modernity and finesse of the new age cabins. Going great with the theme of the word ‘big’, the cabin feels large and wide with the good to hold the big multi-functional steering wheel with chunky looking spokes. The rounded theme for the upper layer of the dashboard looks good makes it wide and houses a nice looking analog clock in the middle. The dashboard with their vertical design looks conventional and feels good with the soft-touch plastic and leather setup, but the layout looks a bit outdated, due to boring designs for the touchscreen infotainment system as well as a panel for automatic climate control. Where the Toyota Fortuner really feels more than enough is the amount of space it offers. All three rows have enough space to accommodate all the passengers with no shortage of space at all. However, the lack of many new-age features add to its dated appeal, but still, it has got decent add-ons like leather upholstery, powered front seats, push-button start with keyless entry and electric tailgate
Compared to the previous generation model, the current second generation Toyota Fortuner has the same good old bulky and muscular stance, although in a much sleeker manner. This gives it a striking road presence with the contemporary styling attracting many people towards it. The front fascia of the Toyota Fortuner looks heightened, with a sleek looking trapezoidal grille with double chrome slats and extended chrome edges. The headlamps too look much sleeker than before, with the wing-shaped units having a dotted pattern for daytime running LEDs and LED projector bulbs. The triangular housings for the fog lamps with their scooped in the pattern do add muscularity to the design. The side profile of the Toyota Fortuner has evolved beautifully over its predecessor by maintaining the heightened stance, squared wheel arches and angular and integrated pattern for C-pillar, with the rear quarter glass having a sharply raked kink at its bottom. The machined alloy wheels, as well as chrome door, handles make the side look premium. At the rear, the Toyota Fortuner maintains the combination of gargantuan look and sleekness, evident from the large rear windshield with a big roof-mounted spoiler and sleeker but largely sized LED tail lamps.
Ride & Handling
When it comes to ride and handling, the Toyota Fortuner with its double-wishbone setup at the front and 4-link with coil springs at the rear feels soft, which makes the handling a bit bouncy at times due to its high centre of gravity. However, the suspension feels sorted on all kinds of roads which makes the ride quality quite comfortable.
Engine & Fuel Consumption
The Toyota Fortuner has five variants on offer, four of which are diesel-powered and one from petrol. The petrol engine in question is a 2.7-litre four-cylinder unit, which produces 163 PS of power and 245 Nm of torque, and is mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. The more commonly preferred diesel variants have two engine options – a 2.4-litre four-cylinder diesel which makes 147 PS of power and 400 Nm of torque, and a 2.8-litre four-cylinder diesel which puts up 174 PS of power output and 450 Nm of peak torque output.
Braking & Safety
The Toyota Fortuner has a pretty conventional list of safety features, with essentials like front, side, curtain and knee airbags, ABS with EBD and brake assist, hill start assist, electronic stability program, traction control and reverse parking sensors.
When it comes to exhibiting an authoritative road presence, the Toyota Fortuner with its gigantic appeal has got a smart personality, however, the interiors could have been better. The rugged mechanicals which have a solid reputation for being reliable to the core makes it a warhorse for long term durability purposes.