Toyota Fortuner

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₱1.59 - ₱2.24 Million
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Fortuner Specs
Engine 2393 cc
Power 147 hp
Seating 7 seats
Driver Airbag Yes
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Power Steering Yes

Fortuner Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Fortuner
  • Refined Engine, nothing to regret in terms of responsiveness
  • Airy cabin, complete visibility from driver’s seat
  • New design is very appealing and caters to both highway loving and off-road loving audience
  • Inclusion of tu
  • Things We Dont Like in Fortuner
  • The last row bench has slightly better space than the earlier version but, still has a room for improvement
  • No Manual transmission with 4x4 Diesel and 4x2 Petrol
  • The ride is bouncy and not as firm as the Ford Everest
  • Recent Updates of Toyota Fortuner

    The new 2018 Toyota Fortuner, comes with more integrated and even bolder styling. The exterior is heavily reworked with slimmer headlights, new chrome grille, and a floating roof created by the blackened C-pillar. The interior is also more sophisticated. No wonder it was the bestselling car of 2017 with almost 40,000 units sold.

    Across the 7 variants, there are 3 engine options. The old 2.7L petrol VVT-I engine is still present and makes 163 hp and 245 Nm of torque. There are two additional diesel engine options. The smaller 2.4L diesel produces 147 hp and 400 Nm of torque while the bigger 2.8L mill makes 174 hp and 450 Nm of torque. This is also the only version that comes with 4 wheel drive while the rest come with rear wheel drive. Prices start at Php 1,592,000 and go up to Php 2,260,000.

    Fortuner Price List

    Variant Price Specifications  
    2.4 G Diesel 4x2 MT ₱1.59 Million*
    SRP Price
    2393 cc, 147 hp, 7 seats, Diesel
    2.4 G Diesel 4x2 AT ₱1.68 Million*
    SRP Price
    2393 cc, 147 hp, 7 seats, Diesel
    2.4 V Diesel 4x2 AT ₱1.91 Million*
    SRP Price
    2393 cc, 147 hp, 7 seats, Diesel
    2.8 V Diesel 4x4 AT ₱2.24 Million*
    SRP Price
    2755 cc, 174 hp, 7 seats, Diesel
    2.7 G Gas A/T ₱1.6 Million*
    SRP Price
    2694 cc, 163 hp, 7 seats, Gasoline

    Colors of Fortuner

    Fortuner is available in 7 different colors - Silver Metallic, White Pearl, Freedom White, Grey Metallic, Avant Garde Bronze, Atittude Black Mica and Phantom Brown Metallic.

    • Silver Metallic

    • White Pearl

    • Freedom White

    • Grey Metallic

    • Avant Garde Bronze

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    Fortuner Review

    • Overview
    • Interior & Features
    • Exterior
    • Engine & Fuel Consumption
    • Braking & Safety


    The SUV that needs no introduction, the Fortuner has been ruling the SUV segment for quite a long time now. It has been the country’s favourite since its introduction due to its superb engineering, great structure, future ready aerodynamics. The SUV boast almost every aspect that an SUV enthusiast desire. Though you don’t get the experience of a premium SUV like Toyota Land Cruiser or a Range Rover, the Toyota Fortuner is capable enough to keep the zeal intact. The SUV has established its dominance in not only the local market but, in several other markets. Based on the Hilux platform, the Fortuner recently received its major update which has further helped the SUV in maintaining its leading position in the segment.

    Interior & Features

    Beating Japanese in terms of luxury is quite a difficult task. Toyota Fortuner has received massive changes in its interior styling that are soothing with proper usage of each and every bit. The broad and wide open dashboard makes it look even bigger from inside. The new three spoke steering is common between the new Innova and Hilux and suits the charisma of the SUV. The Fortuner available here has black and silver dashboard styling which is not the same for some other markets. The center console is cleverly arranged with a lot of buttons and touch screen navigation. The wooden panel around the gear knob and on the steering are plush with smooth texture printed over them. On the features front, it has an automatic climate control, 6.5-inch capacitive touch control, Optitron meter display, Multi information display, and all the stuff which are expected in a top ranging vehicle. Getting over the seating comfort, the new Fortuner has grown here as well from the previous generation. All leather upholstery with high-quality fabric adds a different charm. The premium feel and proper cushioning at the vital positions is a major plus here. The front seats can be adjusted automatically for height and reach. On the second row, adequate leg room is given to fit-in taller people. With the center armrest on, two occupants can sit comfortably, however, the third occupant can find his/her place with armrest folded. For the third row passengers, it’s easy to get in with one-touch tumble feature which folds up the second-row seat. The leg room at the last row has been increased from the last version but it's still not enough and leaves the occupants cramped for leg space. However, folding the second-row seats while sitting on third will give you acres of legroom where you can relax like a king. All three rows have enough airiness due to big windows. The driver gets a complete vision of the road and driving this car in congested areas will be an ease.


    The Fortuner is made up of the genes of a beast which can be seen on the face of this SUV. It takes care of people who wish to have a big and massive SUV with loads of attitude and road presence but still eats less in terms of economy. Toyota has poured every single aspect to the list of amenities it has. At the front, the mighty muscular looks portray a serious monster ready to unleash its power with full force. The wide open air dams, glossy chrome radiator grille with mean looking headlights on either side make it a grab-in-first-sight thing. The profile shows smooth flowing lines through the window sills making it elegant and bulky. There is nothing much on the name of side cladding and it actually suits Fortuner’s personality. At the rear, Fortuner has followed the trend that most of the manufacturers are employing. It has a single strip running through the width of the vehicle. Execution of the same is carried out in a bit of style where the chrome strip over the license plate is merged cleverly with the tail light cluster. This indeed looks good and adds to the glam presented by the SUV. Toyota Fortuner looks to be quite high from the ground level with the new outfit it wears. However, there is a huge fan following of the older generation Fortuner who may feel sad as the model is discontinued, but the newer one has whole new genetics with better potential than before to grab your view. It’s not a coincidence that when the Fortuner got its revamped body structure, its rivals; Ford Everest and Mitsubishi Montero Sport, were also in for their facelift, which actually gave people a new variety of vehicles to choose from.

    Engine & Fuel Consumption

    Toyota Fortuner is available with three engine options in the Philippines. For diesel engines, we have 2.4-litre and 2.8-litre units and 2.7-litre for Petrol. The bigger Diesel mill churns around 174 hp of power at 3400 rpm with 450 Nm of torque at 1600 to 2400 rpm. This engine is mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. Owing to its 4x4 abilities, it can crack over any rough terrain where the enthusiasm can be ushered to its extremities. The lower powered engine in Diesel category is a mild churner and good for cross country and highway trips. The petrol unit is available in a 4x2 embodiment only. This 2.7-litre mill produces 163 hp of maximum power at 5200 rpm with 245 Nm of peak torque at 4000 rpm. With these performance figures, the Fortuner petrol comes out to be a good city and highway cruiser. It comes with 6-speed automatic transmission with sequential control and paddle shifters which make the ride effortless. The diesel engines have enough thirst to perform on a level which every car enthusiast dreams of. Naught to 100 kmph can be attained in as low as 8 seconds, which perfectly compliments this monster looking SUV.

    Braking & Safety

    The braking of this mighty SUV is handled by ventilated discs which is further supported by Anti-Lock Brake Force Distribution (ABS) and Electronic Brake Force Distribution System (EBD).

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