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By Ajay Sharma on 07 August 2015

Car's Age: 0-3 months


Overall Rating 4/5
Exterior 4/5
Interior 4/5
Ride Quality 3/5
Maintenance 4500/ month
Mileage (city) 10 KMPL
Mileage (highway) 12 KMPL

Detailed Toyota Fortuner Review

What's Good?

Those big 17 inches alloy wheels High seating position Low cost maintenance Very direct steering wheel Power is delivered right from the 1400 RPM mark up to the 3400 RPM mark. The D-4D 3.0 litre engine has been the best from Toyota which gives about 171 Bhp of power and 343 Nm of torque. Like it is said, you can have a Fortuner in any colour as long as its White.

What can improve?

The glove compartment is really small and needs attention by the manufacturers. The same old climate control buttons look a bit old now and needs a change. The large turning radius of this SUV makes it extremely difficult while taking u-turns. The rising prices of the fortuner can be a issue. Initially it was launched at about 21 lacs and now after 5 years the cost has gone to up to 30 lacs with no such big changes in the SUV. It should definitely be equipped with more features like rain sensing wipers, hill assist, telescopic steering wheel, etc. Since 2010, its always been way ahead of its competitors but now it lacks many features and its time it should get a makeover.

Exteriors (4/5)

The big chrome grill, bonnet scoop and those 17 inches alloy wheels gives this SUV much meaner look. The 2015 variant comes with black alloy wheels which enhance the beauty of this SUV.

Interiors (4/5)

The 2015 Toyota Fortuner 4x4 comes with all black interiors which looks brilliant as the old beige and camel brown interiors started to look old. The black leather seat with white stitching match well with interiors. The 3.0 4x4 variant comes with the satellite navigation system which is user friendly. The high seating position makes it very easy to drive such a big car in city and on the highway. The air conditions is simply brilliant and chills the car in no time.

Ride Quality (3/5)

The fortuner has never been a soft roader. The suspensions are tuned to get it a stiff ride. But this stiff ride helps in the highways at triple digit speeds as the suspension absorbs almost all the jerks.

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