The 2020 Toyota Fortuner is available in three variants with pricing ranging from $45,965 before on-road costs for the GX to $58,290 before on-roads for the Crusade.
This is the second generation of the Hilux-based Fortuner four-wheel drive, but the current model is the first to be sold in Australia.
Although the Fortuner is popular in Asia, it accounts for just 3.0 per cent of sales in the large SUV segment in Australia.
By comparison its stablemates, the Kluger crossover (12.7 per cent) and Prado SUV (17.4 per cent), occupy the top two spots.
- 2020 Toyota Fortuner GX: $45,965
- 2020 Toyota Fortuner GXL: $50,790
- 2020 Toyota Fortuner Crusade: $58,290
All prices exclude on-road costs
The 2020 Toyota Fortuner is only available with a 2.8-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine with 130kW and 450Nm.
It comes with a six-speed automatic and switchable four-wheel drive.
The 2020 Toyota Fortuner uses 8.6L/100km on the ADR combined city and highway cycle.
The Fortuner measures 4795mm long, 1835mm tall and 1855mm wide, with a 2750mm wheelbase.
The kerb weight of the Fortuner ranges from 2110kg to 2135kg depending on trim.
The 2020 Toyota Fortuner has an ANCAP safety rating of five stars, with scores of 95 per cent in adult occupant protection, 84 per cent in child occupant protection, 88 per cent in vulnerable road user protection, and 78 per cent in safety assist.
The range comes standard with autonomous emergency braking featuring pedestrian and cyclist detection, lane-departure warning, adaptive cruise control, a reversing camera, rear parking sensors, and trailer sway control.
The Fortuner GX comes with the following standard features:
- Side steps
- 60/40 split tumble-folding second-row seats
- 50/50 split side-folding third row
- Front, rear air conditioning
- Air-conditioned cooler box
- Rear differential lock
- 4.2-inch multi-information display
- Three 12V power sockets
- Automatic headlamps
- 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment screen
- Six-speaker sound system
- Autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian/cyclist detection
- Lane departure warning
- Road sign recognition
- Adaptive cruise control
- Reversing camera
- Rear parking sensors
- Hill start assist
- Trailer sway control
Moving up to the Fortuner GXL you gain:
- Privacy glass
- Fog lights
- Chrome exterior trim
- Roof rails
- Leatherette steering wheel
- Paddle shifters
- Keyless entry and start
- Adjustable instrumentation lighting
- Satellite navigation
- DAB+ digital radio
- Hill-descent control
Stepping into the range-topping Fortuner Crusade:
- Alloy spare wheel
- Powered tailgate
- LED headlights
- LED fog lights
- LED daytime running lights
- Door courtesy lights
- Faux woodgrain trim
- Leather-accented interior
- Eight-way powered driver’s seat
- Soft-touch console box lid
- 220V accessory port
- Climate control
- Self-levelling headlamps
Maintenance in the 2020 Toyota Fortuner is required every six months or 10,000km – whichever comes first.
Capped-price servicing means the first five years of maintenance will cost $500 each, or $250 per service.