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Toyota Fortuner
EXPERT RATING
7.3
/ 10
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Toyota Fortuner Pricing and Specs

2021 price from
$49,080*

The Toyota Fortuner is available from $49,080 to $61,410 for the 2021 SUV across a range of models.

Toyota's tough Fortuner is a seven seat family hauler based heavily on the brand's top-selling HiLux ute. There's a distinctly local flavour to the Fortuner, too, with the frame, engine, suspension all tough-tested in Australia, while also Aussies designed parts of the body and underpinnings. There's a single turbo-diesel engine on offer, ensuing the four-wheel drive Fortuner performs as a better-than-average tow vehicle. It's a vehicle at home off the tarmac, too, with a well-deserved reputation for go-anywhere toughness missing from some road-biased SUVs, and as such arrives with four-wheel drive, along with its seven seats, as standard kit.

The Fortuner GX starts off at $49,080, while the range-topping, Fortuner Crusade is priced at $61,410.

This vehicle is also known as Toyota Hilux SW4, Toyota SW4.

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Year Price From Price To
2021 $49,080 $61,410
2020 $37,000 $62,810
2019 $34,700 $57,310
2018 $30,200 $52,910
2017 $27,100 $46,310
2016 $23,700 $41,580
2015 $21,400 $37,510

Toyota Fortuner FAQs

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  • Diesel Particulate Filter clogging in HiLux, Prado and Fortuner?

    There are quite a few reports of problems with the dpf clogging on the latest 2.8-litre diesel, but a Toyota spokesman told us there is currently no service campaign or recall related to the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) on any of the three vehicles you reference.

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  • Fortuner or Prado?

    That's a tough call. With its Hilux roots the Fortuner is a very competent off-roader, it has a separate chassis, switchable four-wheel drive, good ground clearance, a great diesel engine, and accommodates seven. The Prado's off-road credentials are well established, it's more refined, but it's heavier than the Fortuner, which weighs on its performance, and its towing rating is lower than the Fortuner's. Either one would do what you want, but I would slightly favour the Fortuner.

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  • Prado, Everest or Discovery Sport - which is best?

    The Everest has a longer list of safety features, a higher towing capacity, is more family-friendly, and drives nicer; the Prado is more refined, but feels dated, the Discovery Sport is a true off-roader with car-like road manners. The Discovery for mine. Another to try is the Toyota Fortuner.

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