New Toyota Fortuner price expectations in India

If you live in India and are on the lookout for a new SUV, then you might want to pencil November 7 into your diary, as this will be when the all-new 2016 Toyota Fortuner will launch. It’s no secret that this vehicle has been much anticipated, and so will give Ford and Chevrolet A greater headache for their Endeavour and Trailblazer models.


The most important thing that people will be eager to learn is that all-important Toyota Fortuner price in India, and looking at some of the predictions, we suspect it will be Rs 30 lak. Ok, so this does not give you a precise figure, but at least you have a general idea of its cost.

Sales are expected to increase with the introduction of the new Toyota Fortuner throughout 2017 because of the number of changes coming to this model. Small changes will happen under the hood with a new 2.7-litre petrol engine and a 2.8-litre GD diesel, which will generate 158bhp and 175bhp respectively.

Some of the main features that will be showcased next month during the launch event will be Downhill Assist Control (DAC) system, reverse camera, 7-inch T-Connect infotainment system, cruise control and also an electrically adjustable driver’s seat.

While we do not have precise release details, you only have around three weeks to wait to learn this, so just try to be patient.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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