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2021 Toyota Fortuner: Pricing And Specifications

Toyota’s HiLux based Fortuner wagon is the beneficiary of a swathe of updates that have recently been rolled out for the 2021 HiLux range, which means more power, better handling, improved towing capacity and fuel efficiency.

The Fortuner’s 2.8-litre 1GD turbodiesel engine (shared with HiLux) now produces 150kW and 500Nm. The improved outputs stem from the fitment of a larger, water-cooled, heavy-duty ball-bearing turbocharger with a newly developed variable nozzle vane mechanism, as well as measures to increase engine rigidity, cooling and efficiency.

Toyota is claiming an 11.6 per cent improvement on the official combined cycle fuel consumption figure, with the six-speed automatic Fortuner now rated at 7.6 litres/100km. The improvement is even more marked on the urban cycle at 9.1 litres/100km, a reduction of 17.3 per cent.

Additionally, Toyota has increased the Fortuner’s maximum braked towing capacity to 3,100kg an increase of 300kg.

Like the HiLux, the Fortuner has been fitted with a new variable-flow power-steering pump that offers more assistance at parking speeds while delivering a more direct feel at highway speeds. A rear differential lock remains a standard fitment.

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Expanded safety features include the addition of front parking sensors that, along with the existing rear sensors, warn the driver of nearby objects.

Advanced Toyota Safety Sense technologies include a pre-collision safety system with pedestrian detection, lane-departure alert with steering assist, and active cruise control.

All three Fortuner equipment grades – GX, GXL and Crusade – have received exterior styling changes, including a revised front end that centres on a larger black grille. A restyled lower front bumper has been divided to produce a ‘skid-plate’ underrun. The GX and GXL are equipped with slimmer Bi-LED headlamps, while the Crusade benefits from high-grade headlights and a new taillight design.

GX and GXL retain their 17-inch alloy wheel while Crusade receives a newly designed 18-inch alloy with a flanged-spoke design.

Inside, GX and GXL interiors have changed to a dark-grey fabric while the leather-accented Crusade interior is available in either black or fawn. Instrument dials have a new font and a satin finish to the outer rings while the 4.2-inch multi-information display now provides front-tyre angle and DPF status.

New range-wide features include an 8-inch (+1 inch) multimedia screen operated by buttons rather than by touch. The system now incorporates access to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as the myToyota app and enhanced voice activation.

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Other standard equipment includes an air-conditioned cool box, audio and phone controls mounted on the steering wheel, soft-touch instrument panel, 60/40 tumble-and-slide second-row seat, tilt-and-telescopic steering column, and six-way driver and four-way front-passenger seat adjustments.

Fortuner GX can be specified with satellite navigation and DAB digital radio for an additional $1,000. These features are standard on the GXL, which also gains automatic climate-control air-conditioning.

Other standard GXL equipment includes keyless smart entry and start, roof rails, fog lamps (now LED), privacy glass and downhill assist control.

A $2,500 option pack for the GXL includes leather-accented seats and eight-way power-adjustable front seats – both of which are standard on Crusade. The top-of-the-range Crusade now has an electro-chromatic rear-view mirror and darker woodgrain-look trim on the centre console, in addition to a power tailgate and an 11-speaker JBL sound system.

2021 FORTUNER PRICES

GX$49,080
GXL$54,350
Crusade$61,410
GX option pack:$1,000
GXL option pack$2,500
Premium paint:$600

2021 TOYOTA FORTUNER SPECIFICATIONS

KEY DIMENSIONS
Length4795mm
Width1855mm
Height1790 (GX); 1835mm (GXL, Crusade – roof rails)
Wheelbase2745mm
Front track1540mm
Rear track1555mm
Front overhang990mm
Rear overhang1040mm
Kerb weight2130kg (GX), 2125kg (GXL), 2155kg (Crusade)
GVM2800kg
GCM5550kg
Approach angle29 degrees
Departure angle25 degrees
Ramp-over angle23.5 degrees
Running clearance216mm
Wading depth700mm
Towing unbraked#750kg
Towing braked#3100kg
Fuel tank80 litres
CHASSIS
Brakes (front)338mm ventilated disc with opposed-piston callipers
Brakes (rear)312mm ventilated disc with floating callipers
Front suspensionDouble wishbone with stabiliser bar
Rear suspensionFive-link with two shock absorbers, stabiliser bar
Steering gearRack and pinion
Power steeringHydraulic
– Turns, lock to lock3.3
Minimum turning circle11.6 metres (tyre)
Wheels and tyres17″ alloy with 265/65R17 all-terrain tyres (GX, GXL)
18″ alloy with 265/60R18 highway tyres (Crusade)
ENGINE: 1GD-FTV turbo-diesel
Cylinders4-cyl, in-line
Valve mechanism16V DOHC chain drive
Charging systemVariable nozzle turbocharger with intercooler
Bore x stroke92.0mm x 103.6mm
Displacement2755cm3
Compression ratio15.6:1
Fuel systemHigh-pressure common-rail direct injection
Maximum power150kW @ 3400rpm
Maximum torque450Nm @ 1600-2800rpm
TRANSMISSION
Gear ratiosAC60F electronically controlled automatic
1st3.600
2nd2.090
3rd1.488
4th1.000
5th0.687
6th0.580
Reverse3.732
Final Drive3.909
 
FUEL ECONOMY* (litres/100km)
Combined7.6
Urban9.1
Extra urban6.8
Emissions: grams/km201
Emission ratingEuro 5
OTHER INFORMATION
Hip point (from ground)858mm
Seat slide (front)240mm
Seat-height adjust (front)65mm
Steering tilt adjustment20mm
Shoulder room width1433mm (front), 1414mm (2nd row)
Height (floor to headliner)1155mm
Couple distance899mm (1st-2nd rows)
Effective headroom964mm (front), 933mm (2nd row)
Effective legroom950mm (2nd row), 854mm (3rd row)
Knee room651mm (2nd row), 512mm (3rd row)

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