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Review Toyota Fortuner 2021 SUV specifications

Toyota Fortuner 2021 review


Toyota Fortuner 2021


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.