2016 Toyota Fortuner India review, test drive

    It’s bigger, more luxurious and nicer to drive. But all this comes at a price. Will the new Fortuner continue its domination?

    Published on Nov 07, 2016 02:46:00 PM


    Should I buy one?
    The new Fortuner is big, offers oodles of style, packs the right amount of kit and wears the ever-so-dependable ‘Toyota’ badge. There’s little doubt that this SUV is far more luxurious and comfortable than the one it replaces. Add to that, it is offered with a wide combination of transmission and drivetrain options. Yes, the feel of some of the plastics in the cabin could have been better, and it falls short on equipment you would expect at this price, which at Rs 25.92 - 27.61 lakh for the petrol and Rs 27.52 - 31.12 lakh for the diesel (ex-showroom, Delhi) makes it considerably pricier than the outgoing Fortuner and the most expensive in its class. Pound for pound, it may not offer the best value, but for someone looking for a dependable vehicle with an air of indestructibility that has the potential to outlast its owner, the new Fortuner is the answer.

    Toyota Fortuner
    Toyota Fortuner

    ₹ 35,19,870 * on road price (New Delhi)


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