Review Toyota Fortuner 2021 SUV specifications

Toyota Fortuner 2021 review

Toyota has revealed their facelifted 2021 Fortuner range, which has been released alongside the updated 2021 HiLux.

Toyota’s ute-based seven-seat SUV gains a more powerful driveline, a handful of specification changes and a bump in retail prices.

The range now starts from $49,080 for GX specification, which is followed by mid-range GXL at $54,350. Crusade remains the top specification, and has now broken into the next tier, priced at $61,410. (All prices are before on-road costs.

Those prices have gone up by $3115 for GX, $3560 for GXL and $3120 for Crusade, compared to the outgoing (pre-facelift) model

Toyota Fortuner 2021 engine

Under the bonnet, the new Fortuner benefits from Toyota’s reworked 2.8-litre turbo diesel engine. Outputs have improved to 150kW at 3400rpm and 500Nm at 1600-2800rpm

The six-speed automatic transmission, which is still sourced from Aisin, has been recalibrated to give more frequent torque converter lock-up. Toyota tells us this is for improved fuel efficiency and cooler running, as well as helping off-the-line acceleration

Along with improved performance, Toyota claims the Fortuner uses 11.6 per cent less fuel, on the combined cycle. Fuel consumption is rated at 7.6L / 100km.

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