Since the facelift was introduced early last year, the Fortuner has seen three price increases.
The Toyota Fortuner has recently received a price increase that varies by model. This is a common practise, as many automakers use the start of the year to adjust the prices of their models in order to offset rising input costs. This is the third price increase for the Fortuner facelift, with the first coming in April and the second in August of last year.
- The Fortuner 4×2 variants’ prices are up by Rs 66,000
- The 4×4 and Legender variants’ prices have increased by Rs 1.10 lakh
- The Fortuner’s features list remains unchanged
How much has the price of the Toyota Fortuner and Legender increased since their facelifts?
|2022 TOYOTA FORTUNER PRICES (EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI)|
|2.7L 4×2 MT (Petrol)||Rs 31.39 lakh||Rs 30.73 lakh||Rs 66,000|
|2.7L 4×2 AT (Petrol)||Rs 32.98 lakh||Rs 32.32 lakh||Rs 66,000|
|2.8L 4×2 MT (Diesel)||Rs 33.89 lakh||Rs 33.23 lakh||Rs 66,000|
|2.8L 4×2 AT (Diesel)||Rs 36.17 lakh||Rs 35.51 lakh||Rs 66,000|
|2.8L 4×4 MT (Diesel)||Rs 36.99 lakh||Rs 35.89 lakh||Rs 1.10 lakh|
|2.8L 4×4 AT (Diesel)||Rs 39.28 lakh||Rs 38.18 lakh||Rs 1.10 lakh|
|Legender 2.8L 4×2 AT (Diesel)||Rs 39.71 lakh||Rs 38.61 lakh||Rs 1.10 lakh|
|Legender 2.8L 4×4 AT (Diesel)||Rs 43.43 lakh||Rs 42.33 lakh||Rs 1.10 lakh|
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The prices of both the petrol and diesel 4×2 variants of the Fortuner have increased by Rs 66,000, while the 4×4 variants have increased by Rs 1.10 lakh, as shown in the table above. The Fortuner Legender’s prices have also been raised by Rs 1.10 lakh for both the 4×2 and 4×4 variants. The price increase has not been accompanied by any changes to the Fortuner’s feature list. As previously stated, the increase is primarily Toyota’s response to rising raw material costs.
Facelifted Toyota Fortuner, Legender: engine and transmission
A set of 2.7-litre petrol and 2.8-litre diesel engines power the Toyota Fortuner facelift. The petrol engine produces 166hp and 245Nm and comes with a 5-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. When mated to the 6-speed manual gearbox, the diesel produces 204hp and 420Nm, with the torque figure rising to 500Nm when mated to the 6-speed torque convertor automatic gearbox.
The Fortuner petrol is only available in two-wheel-drive (4×2) configuration, whereas the diesel is available in four-wheel-drive (4×4) configuration.
Toyota’s plans in India
The Japanese automaker is preparing to launch the Hilux pickup truck in the United States later this month, with reservations already open. In addition, the Belta (a Maruti Suzuki Ciaz-based replacement for the Yaris) and the Rumion (a Maruti Ertiga-based MPV) are expected to be released in the coming months.