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    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021]

    Version
    2.7 4x2 MT [2016-2020]
    City
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    ₹ 28.18 Lakh
    Last Recorded Price
    Toyota has discontinued the Fortuner [2016-2021] and the car is out of production.

    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] Key Specifications

    Price₹ 28.18 Lakh onwards
    Mileage10.01 to 15.04 kmpl
    Engine2694 to 2755 cc
    TransmissionManual, Automatic & Automatic (Torque Converter)
    Fuel TypePetrol & Diesel
    Seating Capacity7 Seater

    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] Summary

    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] Price:

    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] price starts at ₹ 28.18 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 36.90 Lakh. The price of Petrol variant for Fortuner [2016-2021] ranges between ₹ 28.18 Lakh - ₹ 30.27 Lakh and the price of Diesel variant for Fortuner [2016-2021] ranges between ₹ 30.19 Lakh - ₹ 36.90 Lakh.

    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] Versions:

    Fortuner [2016-2021] is available in 17 variants. Out of these 17 variants, 6 are Manual, 6 are Automatic and 5 are Automatic (Torque Converter).

    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] Colours:

    Fortuner [2016-2021] is offered in 7 colours: Phantom Brown, Super White, Attitude Black, Avant-Garde Bronze, Grey Metallic, Silver Metallic and White Pearl Crystal Shine. However, some of these colours are available in specific versions.

    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] Competitors:

    Fortuner [2016-2021] is competing against Ford Endeavour, Toyota Fortuner, Mahindra Alturas G4, MG Gloster, Mitsubishi Pajero Sport, Kia Carnival, Mahindra Scorpio, Honda CR-V and Mahindra Thar.

    Fortuner [2016-2021] Price List in India (Versions)

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    VersionsLast Recorded PriceSpecificationsCompare

    2.7 4x2 MT [2016-2020]

    ₹ 28.18 Lakh
    2694 cc, Petrol, Manual, 10.01 kmpl
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    2.7 4x2 MT

    ₹ 28.68 Lakh
    2694 cc, Petrol, Manual, 10.01 kmpl
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    2.7 4x2 AT [2016-2020]

    ₹ 29.77 Lakh
    2694 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 10.26 kmpl
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    2.8 4x2 MT [2016-2020]

    ₹ 30.19 Lakh
    2755 cc, Diesel, Manual, 14.24 kmpl
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    2.7 4x2 AT

    ₹ 30.27 Lakh
    2694 cc, Petrol, Automatic (Torque Converter), 10.26 kmpl
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    2.8 4x2 MT

    ₹ 30.69 Lakh
    2755 cc, Diesel, Manual, 14.24 kmpl
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    TRD Sportivo

    ₹ 31.63 Lakh
    2755 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 12.9 kmpl
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    2.8 4x2 AT [2016-2020]

    ₹ 32.05 Lakh
    2755 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 12.9 kmpl
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    2.8 4x4 MT [2016-2020]

    ₹ 32.16 Lakh
    2755 cc, Diesel, Manual, 14.24 kmpl
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    2.8 4x2 AT

    ₹ 32.55 Lakh
    2755 cc, Diesel, Automatic (Torque Converter), 15.04 kmpl
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    2.8 4x4 MT

    ₹ 32.66 Lakh
    2755 cc, Diesel, Manual, 14.24 kmpl
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    2.8 4x4 AT [2016-2020]

    ₹ 33.95 Lakh
    2755 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 12.9 kmpl
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    TRD Celebratory Edition [2019-2020]

    ₹ 34.21 Lakh
    2755 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 12.9 kmpl
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    2.8 4x4 AT

    ₹ 34.45 Lakh
    2755 cc, Diesel, Automatic (Torque Converter), 15.04 kmpl
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    2.8 4x2 AT TRD Limited Edition

    ₹ 35.00 Lakh
    2755 cc, Diesel, Automatic (Torque Converter), 15.04 kmpl
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    2.8 4x4 AT TRD Limited Edition

    ₹ 36.90 Lakh
    2755 cc, Diesel, Automatic (Torque Converter), 15.04 kmpl
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    TRD Celebratory Edition

    ₹ N/A
    2755 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 12.9 kmpl
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    CarWale's Take

    • Good Things
      • Muscular appearance  
      • Great reliability 
      • Powerful diesel engine
    • Could be Better
      • Average fit and finish
      • Bumpy low-speed ride 
      • Third row comfort

    Fortuner [2016-2021] Verdict

    Perhaps the most popular premium SUV, the Toyota Fortuner sells in big numbers, and for good reasons. It has that high-riding stance that most SUV owners look for, the interior is spacious and the reliability quotient is up to Toyota standards.

    Fortuner [2016-2021] Review

    So, if you are interested in this Macho-SUV, here are five things that work for it, and two that don’t.

    Introduction

    Toyota Fortuner Front three-quarter

    Big, burly, and road presence by the bucket load. That’s the Toyota Fortuner for you. No wonder it sells so well, because in a market like India, no matter the gender, caste or ethnicity of the buyer, when it comes to SUVs, we all want what Mrs Kakkar from ‘Main Hoon Na’ wanted in her men – Macho-ness. That’s macho for those who aren’t fans of Bollywood. 

    So, if you are interested in this Macho-SUV, here are five things that work for it, and two that don’t.

    Positives

    Space 

    Toyota Fortuner Rear Seat Space

    All that visual presence on the outside does translate into good passenger space on the inside. The Fortuner can seat seven, and six in good comfort. The middle passenger in the second row has it a little difficult with the central armrest and limited headroom, but for the rest, there’s enough head, shoulder and legroom.  

    Features 

    Toyota Fortuner Dashboard

    Just like the Toyota Innova, the Fortuner too has a decent array of features. There’s the multi-functional steering wheel that adjusts for rake-and-reach. Then there’s a detailed driver information system. You also get touchscreen multimedia system, though without apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There’s a single-zone climate control system with rear ac vents. And there’s an electric adjustment for the driver’s seat. 

    Mile Munching Ability 

    Toyota Fortuner Right Side

    Another plus for the Fortuner is its ability to effortlessly munch miles. And a car must have three main attributes to do that - comfortable seating, good visibility and torque. The Fortuner has them all in decent measure. It offers the driver a high seating position, and with it, good visibility of what’s up front. And the large outside rear-view mirrors help too. It has comfy seats that are large and supportive. It could, however, have done with a bit more cushioning which would have made the long journeys even more comfortable. 

    Then there’s the torque; 450Nm of it. There’s a bit of delay every time you get on the throttle, but switching to power mode makes the throttle more alert. And the Fortuner just picks up its skirt and charges to the horizon with a vengeance. 

    Toyota Fortuner Front three-quarter

    The Fortuner comes with a 2.8-litre, four-cylinder diesel. It makes 175bhp and 450Nm of torque. And though the SUV weighs close to two-tonnes, the engine does a good job of masking all that bulk. It doesn’t feel slow.  Leave it in Eco mode and the progress is quite seamless. It isn’t lively, but it is the recommended mode when hauling family. For sportier driving, there’s always the Power mode. 

    Off-roading Capability 

    Toyota Fortuner Action

    The automatic Sigma 4x4 we have here is as capable as a luxury SUV can get, especially off the road. The Fortuner has the ground clearance, it has a good approach and departure angles, and it has a capable 4x4 system which overcomes the limitations of the road-spec tyres even on the most slippery surfaces. This is one SUV you can take to places you never thought possible.  

    Toyota Fortuner left rear three quarter

    The Fortuner uses more traditional hardware and comes with 2-high, 4-high and 4-low. The latter has 50:50 torque distribution front and rear. The Fortuner gets something called A-Trac or active traction control. The system, instead of sending variable torque to wheels with maximum traction, applies the brake on the wheel without traction. The result is the wheels get maximum grip and all the torque. And since A-Trac is ABS based, it is cost-effective too.  

    Brand 

    Toyota Fortuner Action

    Well, it is a Toyota. And like the Innova, the Fortuner too has the reputation of going on and on. So, even though one does have to spend through their noses to buy the Fortuner, the ownership and resale experience is so good, no one minds it!

    Negatives

    Ride Quality 

    Toyota Fortuner Action

    Yes, being a ladder-on-frame SUV does mean there will be some amount of jiggle, more so at slower speeds. But, the Fortuner jiggles over almost everything; hops about over sharpish bumps, and it thuds through potholes instead of rounding them off. But, the side-to-side movement, thankfully, isn’t as pronounced. 

    Driving Dynamics 

    Toyota Fortuner Right Rear Three Quarter

    The Fortuner is a big, burly SUV. And it feels like that when it comes to driving dynamics. It has slow steering which is also devoid of feedback. Then around corners, it just loves to roll, which makes cornering in the Fortuner slightly vague and totally uninvolving. Brake hard, and the nose dive is quite obvious. Ditto when you accelerate as it loves to squat before taking off. Needless to say, quick direction changes, are no fun in this SUV. 

    Conclusion

    Toyota Fortuner Front three-quarter

    Okay, the Fortuner isn’t the most inspiring SUV to drive around corners. And, though it can smother almost everything in its path, it doesn’t do as good a job of isolating its occupants as it should. 

    But, it looks imposing. And it has the Toyota badge on its nose. What’s more, it is spacious, it has comfy insides, and it loves to cover miles if the roads don’t involve a lot of twists and turns. And, then when the roads run out, you enter the Fortuner’s playing ground. 

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    Fortuner [2016-2021] Colours

    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Phantom Brown
    Phantom Brown

    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] Mileage

    Fuel TypeTransmissionARAI Mileage

    Petrol

    (2694 cc)

    Manual10.01 kmpl

    Petrol

    (2694 cc)

    Automatic10.26 kmpl

    Diesel

    (2755 cc)

    Manual14.24 kmpl

    Petrol

    (2694 cc)

    Automatic (Torque Converter)10.26 kmpl

    Diesel

    (2755 cc)

    Automatic12.9 kmpl

    Diesel

    (2755 cc)

    Automatic (Torque Converter)15.04 kmpl

    FAQs About Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021]

    Q: What is the price of Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021]?

    Toyota has stopped the production of Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021]. The last recorded price of Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] is ₹ 28.18 Lakh.

    Q: Which is Fortuner [2016-2021] Top Model?

    The top model of Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] is 2.8 4x4 AT TRD Limited Edition and the last recorded price for Fortuner [2016-2021] 2.8 4x4 AT TRD Limited Edition is ₹ 36.90 Lakh.

    Q: Which car is better between Fortuner [2016-2021] and Endeavour?

    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] price starts at ₹ 28.18 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 2694cc engine. Whereas, Endeavour price starts at ₹ 30.00 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 2198cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: Is there a new coming up Fortuner [2016-2021]?

    No, there is no running/upcoming Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021].

    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] News

    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] Expert Reviews

    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] User Reviews

    • my fortuner
      it is a bit costly but a very good car and the maintenance by the company is also very nice and the speed you drive the more grip it provides, therefore, my conclusion to this car is 5/5
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    • Fortuner
      Good looking and almost like you ride your beast.
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    • Be yourself
      Buying was not easy, since there was a lockdown in the factory. No second thought about looks and luxury. Definitely luxury comes with a price and maintenance will be on the higher side. Owning a Fortuner itself is a pride.
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    • Superb car for off-roading
      Driving experience is best .it feels likr you are driving beast. Service cost is to low cons are less features then any another cars ahout this price range as it should add some. Featured
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    • Awesome car
      Car is very good but quite expensive ... Sunroof can be added in next version and more cosmetic features. It was a good experience driving a toyota fortuner Awesome vehicle!!!! Muscular feel !!!
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    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] Videos

    Toyota Fortuner [2016-2021] has 3 videos of its detailed review, pros & cons, comparison & version explained, first drive experience, features, specs, interior & exterior details and more.

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