To keep your Toyota Fortuner's high resale value intact, it is highly important to maintain it in a good condition. Read here for the full details of Toyota Fortuner’s service schedule and costs.
Toyota might not have the strongest and the longest line-up in the market. However, the Japanese car manufacturer has managed to gain a stable following with the successful models like Toyota Fortuner and Toyota Innova Crysta. While the Toyota Fortuner is the segment-leading vehicle in the full-size SUV segment, the Toyota Innova Crysta is the best-selling vehicle in the MUV segment. The Toyota Fortuner, in particular, is a huge commercial success for Toyota. From day one, it has always been the first option for Indian customers when it comes to buying a full-size SUV thanks to its widely-recognized attributes like dominant road presence, robust built and incredible reliability.
Toyota Fortuner is the best-selling vehicles in its class
In the Indian market, Toyota Fortuner is currently in its second generation. This SUV is available with a 2 powertrain options. There choices include a 2.7-litre petrol engine and a 2.8-litre diesel engine. The petrol engine belts out a top power of 177PS and the maximum torque of 420Nm while the latter generates 166PS and 245Nm. Both engines come with manual and automatic transmission. Moreover, Toyota offers both 2WD and 4WD configuration for the diesel engine.
Known for its outstanding durability and reliability, the Toyota Fortuner is a low-maintenance car if compared to other cars of its class. That being said, it is still of high importance for Toyota Fortuner owner to maintain the habit of periodic check-up and maintenance.
It takes a lot of care to keep your car at the best condition
Here is the service interval schedule that Fortuner owners are recommended to follow.
Kilometres / Months
A new Toyota Fortuner is advised to have its first check-up after the first month or 1000 kms on the odometer. The second and the third services are recommended to be done after 5000 kms/3 months and 10000 kms/6 months. Toyota offers the first three maintenance services for free. The free services include car check-up and a car wash. On the third service, the owners will have to pay for the engine oil and oil filter only. It is estimated that after five years in use, a Toyota Fortuner would cost you around Rs 26,000 for servicing.
Apart from getting your Toyota Fortuner to the service centre as per the recommended service timeline, it is also important to keep track of what and when car parts need to be replaced and maintained