Toyota Fortuner Facelift Tested Off-Road And On-Road

by Mohammed Burman | 31/10/2020
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The facelifted Toyota Fortuner is shown in the video with all the alterations and its off-road capabilities.

Initially launched in Thailand, the Toyota Fortuner facelift has been launched in other international markets. The vehicle was earlier spied testing in India and is expected to be introduced to our market in the foreseeable future. Thanks to its off-road capabilities and reliability, the Toyota Fortuner is very popular not only in the Indian auto market but also other foreign ones as well. The SUV competes against Mahindra Alturas G4, Isuzu MU-X, Ford Endeavour and the recently-launched MG Gloster in India. Below is a video of the facelifted Toyota Fortuner which shows all the alterations that the new Toyota Fortuner has received along with its on-road and off-road capabilities.

Uploaded by CarsGuide on their Youtube channel, the video shows all the improvements on the Fortuner facelift. The video starts with the appearance of the Fortuner facelift. The front has been slightly restyled so that the vehicle gets a more aggressive appearance. The variant featured in the video is the entry-level GX variant. Nevertheless, it is still packed with a touchscreen infotainment screen, a 4WD system, an automatic transmission and a wide range of other features.


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The driver then takes the facelifted Toyota Fortuner facelift for an off-road experience. Thanks to the platform, you can feel the stiffness of the ride, especially during low speed. Despite lacking the hill descent control due to being a low-spec variant, the SUV can also effortlessly overcome the off-road challenge.

2021 toyota fortuner front three quarters

The facelifted Toyota Fortuner comes with a more aggressive appearance and great off-road capabilities.


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The Toyota Fortuner receives its power from a 2.8-litre turbo oil burner which can deliver 21 BHP against 450 Nm. The facelifted version has become a little more comfortable with quite linear power delivery. Generally, the driver is satisfied with all the upgrades and changes on the SUV. He even says that the Japanese automaker has again succeeded in making the customers happier by making small alterations to its vehicle. The Toyota Fortuner facelift is anticipated to be launched in India in early 2021. The TRD kit is also likely to be sold as the top-spec variant of the SUV.

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