2021 Toyota Fortuner, Legender SUV Launched At Rs 29.98 Lakh

In India, 2021 Toyota Fortuner Facelift began for Rs 29.98-37.58 lakh (ex-showroom). This is the first big upgrade for the new Toyota Fortuner generation, which began on our market in 2016. It should be remembered that this redesign brings a refreshed look inside and outside for what is one of the best-selling brands from Toyota in India. Let’s look at something different.

2021 Toyota Fortuner

The 2021Toyota Fortuner is newly built, with reworked LED headlights that feature LED daytime lamps, a wider mesh grille, a reworked front bumper, and new 18-inch alloy wheels. In the background, the big change is to make the LED tail light more slim-looking.

As for the interior of the 2021 Toyota Fortuner facelift, the architecture of the pre-facelift model hasn’t changed much but one significant difference is that it includes a larger 8.0″ touchscreen input system which includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.

Toyota Fortuner Legender

There is also a slightly revised instruments cluster and an 8-way power adjustable and ventilated driver and co-driver seats. The LED ambient lighting, an audio system JBL with 11 speakers, the front parking sensors, and a 360-degree camera are also included in the list of the equipment, and two interior paint schemes–both Black and Chamois-are available.

The ‘Legender’ version with a sports character and price at Rs 37.58 lakh is situated at the top of the 2021 Toyota Fortuner line-up. It bears a strikingly different face with a separated windshield, another bumper with sequential LED turn signals, the LED projection headlights with a special LED DRL design, the gloss black finish replacing chrome decorations, and assorted alloy wheels. The Fortuner legend is only sold in Pearl White in India in black comparison to its black roof and has only one hue interior – black and maroon – although it can be mixed with many colors. The Legender also has a hands-free opening feature for the tailgate.

2021 Toyota Fortuner

Like the outgoing model, 2.7-liter petrol and a 2.8-liter diesel engine are also available for the Toyota Fortuner Facelift. The petrol – which produces 166hp and a torque of 245Nm – is unchanged and can offer a 5-speed manual or 6-speed automatic.

The great shift is the diesel engine – the 2.8-liter model is now 204hp and although developed with the 6-speed manual, the 420Nm torque is the same as the previous one, the Fortuner automatic produces a 500 Nm torque, which is converted with a six-speed torque.

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