The Fortuner facelift and new Legender variants of Toyota Kirloskar Motor are getting a good response from Indian customers. According to the car company, these variants have crossed 5000 bookings since launch. Let us know that the company introduced its updated SUV in January this year. The Fortuner is a popular car in its section. The company has given all the updates to its facelift model, which is given in its biggest rival Ford Endeavor.
Toyota Fortuner Facelift – Petrol Model Prices
4X2 manual trim: Rs 29.98 lakh
4X2 Auto Trim: Rs 31.57 Lakh
Toyota Fortuner Facelift-Diesel Model Prices
4X2 Manual Trim: Rs 33.48 Lakh
4X2 Auto Trim: Rs 34.84 Lakh
4X4 Manual Trim: Rs 35.14 Lakh
4 × 4 Autotrim: Rs 37.43 Lakh
4X2 Auto: Rs 37.58 Lakh
Look and feature
The 2021 Toyota Fortuner facelift has undergone several cosmetic changes. These include new headlamps, new LED taillamps, new 18-inch alloy wheels, a larger front grille, and redesigned rear bumpers. Apart from this, it has an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, which supports Apple Car Play and Android Auto with the Smart Connected feature. It also gets a seat ventilation system, 11 speaker premium JBL. It has 3 riding modes like Eco, Normal, and Sport for a better riding experience.
Toyota upgraded the engine to its Fortuner facelift, which gives more power than before. The Toyota Fortuner facelift offers customers a choice of both petrol and diesel. Talking about power performance, the facelift model’s 2.7-liter petrol engine will generate a maximum power of 164 Bhp and a peak torque of 245 Nm. At the same time, its 2.8-liter V-GD diesel engine generates a power of 204 Bhp and torque of 500 Nm. Its Legender version is available only in automatic transmission. The optional 4X4 system is available in its standard version. However, the 4X4 system will not be found in Legender.
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