Toyota Fortuner

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Toyota Fortuner
2015 Toyota Fortuner (New Zealand).jpg
2015 Toyota Fortuner
Overview
ManufacturerToyota
Also called
  • Toyota Hilux SW4 (2004–2015)
  • Toyota SW4
ProductionNovember 2004 – present
Body and chassis
ClassMid-size SUV
Body style5-door SUV
Layout
PlatformToyota IMV platform
Chronology
Predecessor

The Toyota Fortuner, also known as the Toyota SW4, is a mid-size SUV manufactured by Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota. The Fortuner is built on the Hilux pickup truck platform. It features two/three rows of seats and is available in rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive configuration. It is a part of Toyota's IMV project in Thailand, which also includes the Hilux and the Innova. The name "Fortuner" is derived from the English word "fortune".[1]

Production[edit]

While the first generation Fortuner was developed in Thailand by Thai and Japanese engineers, the facelifted version of the Fortuner, as well as the Hilux and Innova, was designed in Australia by Toyota Australia, which is also responsible for developing the second generation Fortuner.[2]

For the medium pick-up based SUV segment, Toyota offers the Hilux Surf (Japan), 4Runner (North America) and Land Cruiser Prado (Europe and Australasia). However, in some Central and South American countries and New Zealand, Toyota offers the Fortuner alongside the 4Runner and Land Cruiser Prado, like in Panama, Ecuador, Colombia, and Guatemala.

Specialized variants with a naturally aspirated 5L-E engined is offered to governments, organisations and the UN alongside other utility vehicles such as the Prado, Hilux, HiAce, and the 70 and 200 series Land Cruisers.[3][4]

First generation (AN50/AN60; 2004–2015)[edit]

First generation (AN50/AN60)
Toyota Fortuner (first generation) (front), Serdang.jpg
Toyota Fortuner 2.5 G (KUN60; pre-facelift)
Overview
Also called
  • Toyota Hilux SW4
  • Toyota SW4
ProductionNovember 2004 – December 2015
Assembly
Designer
  • Kaoru Hosokawa (2002)
  • Satoshi Yokoi (2008 facelift: 2006)
Body and chassis
Related
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,750 mm (108.3 in)
Length4,705 mm (185.2 in)
Width1,840 mm (72.4 in)
Height1,850 mm (72.8 in)
Curb weight1,710–1,980 kg (3,770–4,365 lb)

The first generation Fortuner was unveiled in December 2004 at the Thailand International Motor Expo and was available for sale in early 2005. It is positioned below the Land Cruiser and above the RAV4. Model codes included: TGN50, GGN60, TGN60, KUN60.

Rear view (pre-facelift)

Initially, the Fortuner was sold with 4 different types of 2 petrol engines and 2 diesel engines. All variants were offered in RWD or 4WD configuration, with 5-speed manual transmission and a 4 or 5-speed automatic transmission. In August 2012, the 2.5-litre common-rail turbodiesel 2KD-FTV engine was upgraded to a variable nozzle turbocharger (VNT) which was already equipped in the 3.0-litre common-rail turbo diesel 1KD-FTV since its introduction in 2005 to increase power and torque about 60%, also reducing fuel consumption up to 30%. With this VNT equipment, the Fortuner could now accelerate from 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) in about 11 seconds (less than 10 seconds for 3.0-litre engine).[5] It was launched to commemorate Pertamina's successful expedition from Jakarta, Indonesia to Rome, Italy (a distance of roughly 20,000 kilometres) using a group of Fortuners.[6]

Variants[edit]

A number of engine options are available depending on the country of sale, including a 2.7-litre 2TR-FE and 4.0-litre 1GR-FE V6 petrol with Variable Valve Timing and 2.5-litre 2KD-FTV and 3.0-litre 1KD-FTV common rail variable geometry turbocharger diesel models.

Trim levels are G and G Luxury for rear-wheel drive diesel and petrol, and V for 4×4 Diesel and petrol. The common rail turbo intercooled diesel has functional scoop on its hood.

In 2007, Toyota Thailand dropped the 4×4 petrol model and replaced it with a two-wheel drive petrol version.

Markets[edit]

Argentina[edit]

In Argentina, it was assembled in Zárate and sold as the Toyota SW4 in petrol and diesel versions.[7]

Brazil[edit]

Like in Argentina, it is known as the SW4 in Brazil. In this market, there are two trims available. Diesel 3.0-litre 16-valve turbo with automatic 5-speed transmission and Flex (petrol) 2.7-litre 16-valve VVT-I with 4×2 traction, 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic.

Brunei[edit]

Launched in 2005, the Fortuner in Brunei is available in 2.5-litre manual G trim with and 3.0-litre automatic V trim. The 2.5 G is available in 2WD while the 3.0 V has full-time 4WD.

Colombia[edit]

The Fortuner was unveiled in Colombia in 2005 and launched in 2007 as a replacement for the locally assembled Prado that had been under production for 9 years without any changes. The Prado continued in production until 2009. A new trim was added in 2010, the Fortuner Urbana, with a petrol 2.7 L engine in 4×4 and 4×2 models.

The Fortuner is available in the following trim levels:

  • Fortuner Urbana 4×2, with a 2.7-litre engine.
  • Fortuner Urbana 4×4 with a 2.7-litre engine.
  • Fortuner Plus Diesel, with a 3.0-litre turbo engine.

All of them come standard with a 5-speed manual transmission or an optional 4-speed automatic transmission.[8]

Ecuador[edit]

The Fortuner was unveiled in South America – Ecuador in 2005 and launched in 2007. Versions of the Fortuner have come from Venezuela and Thailand. There are various trim levels available, originally only 4×4 and 4×2 options using a V6 4.0-litre petrol engine were sold. Since 2010, a 2.7-litre engine option was introduced. New facelift models were also introduced.[9] All trims come standard with a 5-speed manual transmission or an optional 6-speed automatic transmission.

Egypt[edit]

The Fortuner was unveiled in Egypt in 2010 and launched in 2011. It is available in two trims with two petrol engines: the 4-litre V6 1GR-FE, and the 2.7-litre inline-four 2TR-FE. All have automatic transmission and 4×4. The car is assembled in Egypt at Arab American Vehicles.

India[edit]

Toyota launched the Fortuner in India in 2009.[10][11] It is assembled at the Bidadi, Karnataka plant of Toyota Kirloskar Motor from imported CKD kits.[12] Fortuner production increased to more than 950 vehicles per month from the initial 500 units per month.

Initially there was only one trim sold, which is the 3.0-litre 1KD-FTV engine 4×4 model, with leather upholstery, manual transmission and climatronic as standard.[13] At the 2012 Indian Auto Expo, Toyota launched the 3.0-litre 4×2 option in both manual and automatic transmission.[14][15] The top-of-the-range Fortuner 3.0 4×4 AT was introduced to the Indian market in January 2015 alongside with a 2.5-litre 2KD-FTV engine with 5-speed manual and 5-speed automatic transmission.[16][17] This 2.5-litre variant was only available in 4×2 configuration.

Indonesia[edit]

The Fortuner was introduced on 8 July 2005 at the 13th Gaikindo Auto Expo in Jakarta. Initially, the Fortuner was imported from Thailand and sold in 2.7 G and 2.7 V trim levels. The rear wheel drive 2.7 G was offered in the base trim with fabric interior and the Luxury with leather interior and premium sound system. The V trim with the 3.0-litre diesel engine is not sold in Indonesia, due to the heavier tax regulations imposed on vehicles with diesel engines larger than 2.5-litre.

The 2.5 G trim was later added to the market in 2007 and adds a four-wheel drive powered by a 2.5-litre diesel engine rated at 75 kW (102 PS; 101 hp). It is mated to a 5-speed manual. Since then, the Fortuner is assembled locally at the Karawang plant to fulfill the local market and exports to the Middle East (GCC) market.

In mid-2009, a new trim level was added to the lineup, which is the 2.5 G with a 4-speed automatic transmission. The 2.5 G can be ordered with TRD Sportivo body kits, which is also available as dealer installed options for other models. In August 2012, the 2.5-litre common-rail turbodiesel 2KD-FTV engine was upgraded to a variable nozzle turbocharger (VNT), rating the engine power output to 106 kW (144 PS; 142 hp).[18]

Kazakhstan[edit]

In June 2014, Toyota announced that complete knock-down (CKD) production of the Fortuner at a production facility of Saryarka AvtoProm LLP (SAP). Plans call for a production of approximately 3,000 units annually and the hiring of an additional 100 employees in SAP.[19]

Malaysia[edit]

The Toyota Fortuner was launched in Malaysia in August 2005. It was initially made available with two trims: the 2.5 G and the 2.7 V.[20]

In August 2008, the first facelift for the Toyota Fortuner was made available in Malaysia with four trims: 2.5 G, 2.5 G TRD Sportivo, 2.7 V and 2.7 V TRD Sportivo.[21]

In October 2011, the second facelift for the Toyota Fortuner was made available in Malaysia again with four trims: 2.5 G, 2.5 G TRD Sportivo, 2.7 V and 2.7 V TRD Sportivo.[22]

In October 2013, the Fortuner underwent a minor update. Changes included different colour for the wheels and black upholstery. Four trims were available: 2.5 G, 2.5 G TRD Sportivo, 2.7 V and 2.7 V TRD Sportivo. ISOFIX is standard across the range.[23]

In February 2015, another minor update occurred. Changes included smoked head and tail lamps, bumper-mounted LED DRLs, different TRD Sportivo decals. It was available in five different colours: Attitude Black, Grey Metallic, Medium Silver Metallic, Solid White and Silver Metallic. Four trims were available: 2.5 G, 2.5 G TRD Sportivo, 2.7 V and 2.7 V TRD Sportivo.[24]

The 2.7 V and 2.7 V TRD Sportivo carries a 2.7-litre petrol engine. It was available only in 4-speed automatic transmission with ECT. The 2.5 G and 2.5 G TRD Sportivo has an 2.5-litre diesel engine. It was initially available with a 5-speed manual transmission only, but for the 2009 model year facelift it has been replaced by a 4-speed automatic. In August 2012, together with the Hilux, the engine has now received a variable nozzle intercooled turbocharger upgrade otherwise known as VNT.[25]

Philippines[edit]

The Fortuner was introduced in 2005. It fills in the gap between the smaller RAV4, and the more premium Land Cruiser Prado. It is sold in 2 trim levels: the entry level G, and the top-spec V.

The G models have 3 drivetrain options available; the 2.7-litre 2TR-FE petrol engine with VVT-i, or the 2.5-litre 2KD-FTV engine with common rail diesel (D-4D) that either comes with a 4-speed automatic transmission, or a 5-speed manual. The G trim features fabric seats, fabric interior trim, powered windows, and climate control AC. As for the V models, engine options are limited to diesel engines with automatic transmissions only with a choice of the 2.5-litre 2KD-FTV or the 3.0-litre 1KD-FTV. The top of the line 4x4 model is equipped with the 1KD-FTV engine with D-4D technology and comes with a 4-speed automatic transmission and a low range transfer case. The V trim has all the features of the G trim plus leather interior, leather seats, steering wheel controls, power driver seat (2011 facelift), rear parking sensors (2011 facelift), and HID projector headlights (2011 facelift). The Fortuner was refreshed in October 2011, with a new front fascia, headlights and tail lights alongside the facelifted Innova and Hilux. The drivetrains remain the same.

In September 2012, the 2.5-litre 2KD-FTV diesel engine was upgraded with Variable Nozzle Turbocharger (VNT) with intercooler. According to Toyota Motor Philippines, the new model will have improved fuel efficiency and produce additional engine power by 40% and increase torque by 30%. A new feature for the Fortuner 4×4 V fiesel, 4×2 G diesel automatic trim levels was an audio system with GPS.[26]

GCC[edit]

A Saudi Arabian version of the Fortuner

In Saudi Arabia and the UAE, the Fortuner was launched in 2005. There are two trims sold in Saudi Arabia, called the "GX" and the "VX" trims. The GX came with the 2.7-litre engine and 5-speed manual as standard (4-speed automatic is an option) and optional 4×4 whereas the VX came with the 4.0-litre V6 1GR-FE with standard 4×4 and all wheel drive with either a 5-speed automatic or 5-speed manual transmission. There is no diesel variant available. In the UAE, when the facelifted version was released the Fortuner was available in two variants, the 2.7-litre petrol engine and 4.0-litre petrol engine. In 2015 the Fortuner in the UAE came available with TRD body kits. As of 2015, the Fortuner is available in four variants: 2.7 EXR, 2.7 TRD Sportivo, 4.0 GXR, 4.0 VXR and 4.0 TRD Sportivo.

Singapore[edit]

The Fortuner was introduced in 2005 in Singapore by the authorised dealer in only 2.7 V variant. It received a facelift in 2008 and 2011 with changes to the headlamp and tail lamp clusters in its first facelift and received new bumpers and grill design with new black wood grain trim in its interior with new headlamp and clear tail lamp clusters for the second facelift. Later models included a touchscreen telematics navigation system. Some problems include parking because of its height of 1.85 m not being able to clear the height limit in some car parks.

South Africa[edit]

The Fortuner was unveiled in South Africa in 2005 and launched in 2006 where it is the best-selling SUV since launch.[27] Toyota released an updated model in 2009. In 2011, the Fortuner benefited from another facelift, together with its sibling the Hilux. A 2.5-litre diesel engine was added to the newly facelifted range. Again in 2013, the Fortuner received some minor interior upgrades notably for the first time; the introduction of a black leather interior. The sound system was also upgraded together with the navigation system.

Venezuela[edit]

Two trims are available for 2011 – 4×4 and 4×2 – both with the 4.0-litre V6 engine. The assembly plant is located in Cumaná.

Vietnam[edit]

In February 2009, Toyota Motor Vietnam (TMV) started to produce Fortuner – SUV of IMV series. And the Fortuner has soon occupied the first position in medium high SUV segment in Vietnam with the accumulated sales of nearly 25,000 units with a steady SUV market share at 64% with 6,129 units sold in 2012.[28]

Facelifts[edit]

2008[edit]

A minor redesign of the Fortuner was launched in July 2008. It was first unveiled in Thailand, and then at the 16th Indonesia International Motor Show. It features new projector headlamps and grille, new rear lights, Bluetooth connectivity, new light sand interior, electronic adjustable driver's seat in 4×4 V trim, rear air conditioning from ceiling for second, and third row which was originally located on the sides. Electronic Brake Force Distribution, with Brake Assist replacing LSPV in some models only. It is also All Wheel Drive (AWD) for the first time. Its newly redesigned front grille and front lamps are in the style of the Land Cruiser 200 Series.

2011[edit]

A more heavily facelifted Fortuner was introduced in July 2011. It was first unveiled in Bangkok, Thailand. The front fascia was completely revised with a new fender, hood, grille, headlamps, tail lamps, bumper and fog light housing, similar to the J200 Land Cruiser. The tail lamps were redesigned with clear housing similar to the first generation Lexus RX. The rear bumper, rear garnish plate were also revised. Changes in the sides includes a new sharper fender flares, LED integrated side view mirrors and the wheels was also redesigned similar to the 2012 Hilux. Minor changes were also made to the interior including the centre console, steering wheel and audio/video system were also upgraded. The Fortuner later also received a new VNT (Variable Nozzle Turbo) intercooled turbo engine.[29][30]

Second generation (AN150/AN160; 2015–present)[edit]

Second generation (AN150/AN160)
2018 Toyota Fortuner 2.4 VRZ 4x2 wagon (GUN165R; 02-18-2019), South Tangerang.jpg
2018 Toyota Fortuner 2.4 VRZ 4x2 (GUN165; pre-facelift)
Overview
Also calledToyota SW4
ProductionJuly 2015 – present
Assembly
DesignerHiroki Nakajima
Body and chassis
Related
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,745 mm (108.1 in)
Length4,795 mm (188.8 in)
Width1,855 mm (73.0 in)
Height1,835–1,850 mm (72.2–72.8 in)
Curb weight2,105–2,135 kg (4,641–4,707 lb)
Rear view (pre-facelift)

The second generation Fortuner was unveiled simultaneously on 16 July 2015 in Australia and Thailand.[33] Along with the Toyota Hilux, the Fortuner features the "Keen Look" design language that has already been used on the Toyota Corolla (E170) with slim projector headlights and LED daytime running lights. But this time, Fortuner stopped sharing the interior design with the Hilux to give a distinct character between the two.[34] Both the Hilux and Fortuner share the chassis, transmission and engine lineups, with two new diesel engines (1GD-FTV and 2GD-FTV). The 2.7-litre and 4.0-litre petrol engines were updated with Dual VVT-i. The second generation Fortuner features a part-time 4WD system instead of the full-time 4WD system used in the previous generation.

All variants have ABS, EBD, dual airbags plus knee airbag, follow me home light function, all around sensor, glove box with chiller function, digital automatic climate control, all auto power windows along with tilt and telescopic steering wheel as standard. All variants have Eco Mode and Power Mode features to adjust throttle responses. The front braking system consists of 17" disc brakes, whilst the rear braking system uses drum brakes,[35] except in Australia and India where disc brakes are used all around. In 2017, the Fortuner was upgraded to disc brakes all around in all markets.

Engines[edit]

Petrol engines
Model Engine Transmission Power Torque
2.7 2.7 L 2TR-FE inline-4 fuel-injected petrol with Dual VVT-i 6-speed manual 120 kW (161 hp; 163 PS) at 5,500 rpm 246 N⋅m (181 lb⋅ft) at 3,800 rpm
6-speed automatic
4.0 4.0 L 1GR-FE V6 fuel-injected petrol 6-speed manual 176 kW (236 hp; 239 PS) at 5,200 rpm 377 N⋅m (278 lb⋅ft) at 4,000 rpm
6-speed automatic
Diesel engines
Model Engine Transmission Power Torque
2.4 2.4 L 2GD-FTV inline-4 common rail diesel with VNT 6-speed manual 110 kW (148 hp; 150 PS) at 3,400 rpm 343 N⋅m (253 lb⋅ft) at 1,400–2,600 rpm
6-speed automatic 400 N⋅m (300 lb⋅ft) at 1,600–2,400 rpm
2.8 2.8 L 1GD-FTV inline-4 common rail diesel with VNT 6-speed manual 130 kW (174 hp; 177 PS) at 3,400 rpm 420 N⋅m (310 lb⋅ft) at 1,400–2,600 rpm
6-speed automatic 130 kW (174 hp; 177 PS) at 3,400 rpm (2015–2020)
150 kW (201 hp; 204 PS) at 3,400 rpm (2020–present)
450 N⋅m (330 lb⋅ft) at 1,600–2,400 rpm (2015–2020)
500 N⋅m (370 lb⋅ft) at 1,600–2,000 rpm (2020–present)
3.0 3.0 L 1KD-FTV inline-4

common rail diesel with VNT

5-speed automatic 121.5 kW (163 hp; 165 PS) at 3,400 rpm 360 N⋅m (270 lb⋅ft) at 1,800–3,400 rpm
3.0 3.0 L 5L-E inline-4

naturally aspirated diesel

5-speed manual 71 kW (95 hp; 97 PS) at 4,000 rpm 197 N⋅m (145 lb⋅ft) at 2,200 rpm

Markets[edit]

Australia[edit]

The Fortuner was unveiled in Australia in July 2015 and went on sale in October 2015. It is sold only with 4×4, 2.8-litre turbodiesel with either six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission. Three trim levels are available: GX, GXL and Crusade.[36][37]

India[edit]

The second generation Fortuner was launched in India on 7 November 2016 with 2 engine options with either manual or automatic transmission, 4×2 or 4×4.[38]

Indonesia[edit]

2018 Toyota Fortuner 2.4 VRZ TRD Sportivo (GUN165)
2019 Toyota Fortuner 2.4 VRZ TRD Sportivo interior

The second generation Fortuner was launched on 22 January 2016 in Jakarta, Indonesia. It is available in three trim levels: G (diesel, available with either manual or automatic transmission, 2WD or 4WD), VRZ (diesel, available in either 2WD or 4WD, all automatic) and SRZ (the only petrol 2WD automatic). The engine offered in Indonesian market are the 2.7-litre 2TR-FE Dual VVT-i petrol engine or 2.4-litre 2GD-FTV diesel engine. The full-time 4WD system from the previous model was swapped in favour of a part-time 4WD system.[39]

Both SRZ and VRZ trims are plotted as the flagship trims. It is equipped with power back door, power seat adjuster, head unit with air gesture, navigation, mirror link, rear seat entertainment with power supply and keyless start. Several critical safety features such as hill assist control, vehicle stability control, active traction control, brake assist, side and curtain airbags and emergency brake signal were only available for the VRZ 4×4 trim, which raised criticism from customers and journalists.[40][41]

The TRD Sportivo body kits were also available for the SRZ and VRZ trims since August 2017. During the 25th Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show, on 10 August 2017, an TRD Sportivo trim was added. During the 26th Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show on 2 August 2018, the Fortuner was updated to comply with the Euro 4 emission standards. The Fortuner TRD Sportivo received a minor update during the 27th Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show on 18 July 2019. The changes include all black 18-inch wheels, but with same design, power back door with kick sensor, new redesigned TRD Sportivo side stickers and changes to front and rear bumpers.[42]

Laos[edit]

The second generation Fortuner was launched on 25 March 2016 with one trim level: 3.0 V 4×4 5AT (1KD-FTV) with 5-speed automatic transmission.

It was equipped with more features such as electric tailgate, Bi-LED headlights with LED DRL, welcome lamps, LED interior lamps, all automatic windows, driver power seat adjuster, smart keyless entry with push-start button, auto-air conditioning, vehicle stability control, traction control, brake Assist, 7 airbags and rear differential lock.

In August 2017, the Fortuner was updated with an introduction of the new 2.8-litre 1GD-FTV engine that replaced the old 3.0-litre 1KD-FTV engine used in the outgoing model and received more additional features such as Silver side steps, rear disc brakes, LED fog lights, 6-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters (replacing 5-speed automatic transmission), Downhill Assist Control (DAC) and ECO/PWR drive mode selector.[43]

Malaysia[edit]

The second generation Fortuner was launched in May 2016 with two trim levels: 2.4 VRZ AT 4×4 turbodiesel and 2.7 SRZ AT 4×4 petrol.[44] In January 2017, both variants obtained EEV status.[45] In September 2017, the 2.4 VRZ became the 2.4 4×4 AT (dropping the VRZ branding) and two additional trim models were introduced: 2.4 VRZ 4×2 AT and 2.4 VRZ 4×4 AT.[46]

Pakistan[edit]

The second generation Fortuner was first launched on 27th September 2016 with a petrol variant. In late 2017, Toyota Indus introduced the Diesel Sigma 4 variant of the Fortuner. It added more features over the solo petrol variant such as power back door, rear disc brakes, etc. In January 2020, Toyota Indus also launched a base petrol variant of Fortuner naming it Fortuner G, the up-spec variant as Fortuner V and the diesel variant as Fortuner Sigma.[47][48]

Philippines[edit]

The second generation Fortuner was launched in the Philippines on 14 January 2016 with two new diesel engines (2.8-litre 1GD-FTV & 2.4-litre 2GD-FTV), and an updated 2.7-litre petrol engine with Dual VVT-i. The G trim is offered with two engine options, the 2.4-litre diesel engine with Variable Nozzle Turbo or the 2.7-litre petrol engine. The diesel engine can be paired with either a 6-speed manual transmission or 6-speed automatic transmission, while the petrol can only be paired with 6-speed automatic transmission. Standard on the G trim are manual climate control, 17-inch alloy wheels, colour-keyed outer door handles, halogen projector headlamps and 6.5-inch touchscreen with navigation. The V trim adds 18-inch alloy wheels with two-tone design, chrome door handles, Bi-beam LED projector headlamps and smart key entry with push start/stop button. The 4×4 V trim exclusively has a 2.8-litre turbo diesel engine, stability control, hill start assist and side curtain airbags. The 4×2 V and lower trim levels only have airbags for the driver, driver's knee and passenger.

In August 2017, the Fortuner was refreshed for the 2018 model year. Rear disc brakes, automatic climate control and rear parking sensors became standard on all trim levels. For the G trim, the interior colour was changed from Chamois to Dark Brown, while the V trim gained corner sensors and LED fog lamps, the 4×4 V trim exclusively gained Downhill Assist Control (DAC) and a rear differential lock.[49][50]

In September 2019, the Fortuner received Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration as standard across all variants for the 2020 model year.[51]

Russia[edit]

The Fortuner went on sale in Russia in October 2017. The Fortuner sold in Russia is only available in 4×4 with 2.8-litre turbo-diesel and 2.7-litre petrol engines, with either five-speed manual or six-speed automatic gearbox. Four trim choices are offered: Standard, Comfort, Elegance and Prestige. Fortuners sold in the Russian market are imported from Thailand.[52]

Facelift[edit]

The facelifted Fortuner debuted on 4 June 2020 for the Thai market alongside the facelifted Hilux.[53] The Legender flagship sub-model was introduced to replace the Thai market TRD Sportivo model. The Legender grade is equipped with a different headlight units from the standard grades and different front and rear bumper designs which designed to be in-line with Toyota crossover SUVs. It is also equipped with 20-inch wheels, interior ambient lighting, two-tone leather seats, JBL sound system, and a set of Toyota Safety Sense active safety systems.[54] The Legender grade styling is only used in Thailand. The 2.8-litre 1GD-FTV diesel engine received an upgrade, producing 204 PS (201 hp; 150 kW) and 500 N⋅m (51 kg⋅m; 370 lb⋅ft) of torque.[55]

Sales[edit]

Calendar Year Thailand Philippines Indonesia India[56]
2005 3,134[57][58]
2006 3,945[59][60]
2007 4,155[61][62]
2008 8,945[63][64]
2009 7,967[65][66]
2010 10,712[67]
2011 13,111[68] 7,872
2012 20,498[69] 15,153
2013 17,974[70] 17,352
2014 20,156[71] 18,916[72] 16,991
2015 31,005[73] 10,423[74] 15,909
2016 28,050[75] 28,549[76] 29,252[77] 9,254
2017 23,470[78] 39,680[76] 24,531[79] 24,383
2018 26,119[80] 23,082[81] 21,459[82] 21,800
2019 26,217[83] 19,865[84] 17,208[85] 15,488[86]

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