Toyota has enhanced specification on its locally-made Fortuner.
Toyota has enhanced specification on its locally-made Fortuner.

By: IOL Motoring Staff

Johannesburg - Toyota's latest-generation Fortuner has barely been with us for a year and Toyota is already treating it to an upgrade of sorts.

Leather and alloys

For starters, leather seat trim is now fitted to the base 2.4 GD-6 and 2.7 VVTi versions too, making it standard across the range.

The aforementioned 2.8 GD-6 and 4.0 V6, which already had leather as standard, also receive a spec boost in the form of new 18-inch alloy wheels, which replace the previous 17-inch rims.

The 2.4 GD-6 and 2.7 VVTi continue to roll on 17-inch 'dual rib' alloys.

The Fortuner range remains otherwise unchanged, powered by a four-engine line-up consisting of two turbodiesels (110kW/400Nm 2.4 GD-6 and 130kW/420-450Nm 2.8 GD-6) and two normally aspirated petrols (122kW/245Nm 2.7 VVTi and 175kW/376Nm 4.0 V6).


2.7 VVTi AT 4x2 - was R438 000, still R438 000

2.4 GD-6 4x2 - was R454 000, still R454 000

2.4 GD-6 AT 4x2 - was R471 800, still R471 800

2.8 GD-6 4x2 - was R534 200, now R535 800

2.8 GD-6 AT 4x2 - was R552 800, now R554 400

2.8 GD-6 4x4 - was R594 500, now R596 100

2.8 GD-6 AT 4x4 - was R613 200, now R614 800

4.0 V6 AT 4x4 - was R659 000, now R660 600