RM 167,357 - 203,183TBC

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Toyota Fortuner Specs
Capacity2.4 - 2.8L
Horsepower166 - 204PS

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"Appearing alongside the 2021 Toyota Innova is the 2021 Toyota Fortuner. The refreshed, locally-assembled (CKD) 7-seater SUV comes with an exterior refresh and beyond that, a new engine from the Toyota Hilux Rogue.

The headlining new feature here is the engine fitted on the range-topping 2.8 VRZ 4x4. It's now fitted with the Hilux Rogue's 2.8-litre turbodiesel (1GD-FTV) engine that makes 204 PS and 500 Nm, mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. Meanwhile, the 2.7 SRZ keeps its 166 PS/245 Nm engine and the 2.4 variant (only available in East Malaysia) runs on the same 150 PS, 400 Nm petrol-powered mill as before.

The facelifted Fortuner bears a new face with bi-beam (2.7 SRZ) or quad-beam (2.8 VRZ) LED headlights. There's a set of new 18-inch, dual-tone wheels too. Beyond that, there's a choice of six colours - Medium Silver Metallic, Silver Metallic, Attitude Black Mica, Phantom Brown Metallic, Super White II and the new Bronze Mica Metallic, from which the White and Bronze can be specified with black A-pillars, side mirrors, roof spoiler and roof (2.8 VRZ only).

Moving inside, the red/black dual-tone interior sports a new marble-like pattern around the gearlever surround. The 2.7 SRZ and 2.8 VRZ variants also get ambient lighting, electrochromic rearview mirror, and electric seats adjustment for both the driver and front passenger. Also, the Fortuner is now equipped with a hands-free, powered tailgate with a kick sensor.

Another notable inclusion of Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) suite of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) on the 2.8-litre VRZ variant. The system includes Pre-collision System (AEB), Lane Departure Alert, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control and Yaw Assist Function.

Prices for the Fortuner are: RM 203,183 (2.8 VRZ), RM 172,244 (2.7 SRZ) and RM 167,357 (2.4 AT)."

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Toyota Fortuner Reviews

  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Economy
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

  • Exterior

    2019 Toyota Fortuner Gallery


    As the Fortuner is based on the Hilux, there are resemblance in the front half of the body with its tall and butch look. The rear looks sharper than its predecessor, almost Lexus-like.


    2019 Toyota Fortuner Dimensions
    Length 4,795 mm
    Width 1,855 mm
    Height 1,835 mm
    Wheelbase 2,745 mm


    The entry 2.4 AT variant gets automatic halogen projector headlamps while the rest are Bi-LED projector units.


    Entry 2.4 AT variant wears 17-inch wheels, higher variants get 18-inch wheels.

  • Interior


    Compared to the Hilux, the dashboard design is more symmetrical and the materials feel more premium.

    Instrument cluster

    There are 2 analog dials with white backlight and blue needles, a 4.2-inch TFT display in the middle. Fonts are simple, easy to read and the display’s resolution is acceptable.

    Space and practicality

    Despite its large exterior dimensions, the interior does not feel particularly spacious. Headroom in the rear is surprisingly limited while kneeroom is decent. Storage spaces are great; there's a cubby space on the dashboard and a glovebox. The third-row seats are able to fold to the sides to give a flat boot floor.


    With all seats in place, boot space is at 200-litre, which is on the smaller side.

  • Features

    2019 Toyota Fortuner Specs and Features

    Safety features

    As standard, all variants get 7 airbags, stability and traction control, blind spot monitor with rear-cross traffic alert. SRZ and VRZ variants get Downhill Assist Control.

    Comfort features

    Higher variants get automatic air conditioner, cruise control, leather seats, and 8-ways power adjustable seat for the driver. The entry 2.5 AT variant gets manual air conditioner and manually adjusted fabric seats.


    Entry variant gets a traditional CD player with MP3 support and Bluetooth connectivity. Higher variants get a 9-inch touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto compatibility. Speaker count is at 6 for all variants.

  • Powertrain


    There are 2 engine options available – a 2.4-litre 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine and a 2.7-litre 4-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine.


    Both engines are paired to a 6-speed automatic transmission


    Body on frame chassis with double wishbone suspension at the front, 4-link coil spring at the rear.


    All variant are part-time 4WD.

  • Driving Performance

    Engine performance

    The 2.4-litre diesel engine has a linear torque delivery and makes daily driving smoother and more effortless. The 2.7-litre petrol engine benefits from better refinement and power in the upper rev range, but not as torquey.

    Transmission performance

    Shifts are clean and precise. It responds reasonably quick to throttle inputs when power mode is selected.

    Steering and handling

    For its weight and height, it handles respectably for what it is. It does not lean excessively during high-speed bends and maintains composure in most situations.

  • Ride Comfort

    Sound proofing

    Cabin noise level is low, even at highway speeds. The diesel clatter fades at a cruise and tyre noise is very well subdued. Although like any tall-riding SUVs, wind noise makes itself heard at highway speeds.

    Passenger comfort

    Due to its ride height, the pendulum effect is rather apparent as passengers are more prone to motion sickness. Suspension pliancy is on the busier side, even more so with larger wheels. Seats are supportive for thighs and lumbar, which aids long-distance comfort.

  • Fuel Economy

    Fuel Consumption

    According to Toyota Company, the Toyota Fortuner owns a fuel economy around 10-litre / 100 km.

  • Conclusion

    The Toyota Fortuner is a dependable 7-seater SUV with a tough ladder frame chassis that is advantageous in off-road situations. It would suit those in East Malaysia where SUVs are almost a necessity. And many are fond of its looks. 

    However, rivals like the Hyundai Santa Fe and Mazda CX-8 with their monocoque chassis provides better handling and comfort. Although they are not as capable off-road.

Toyota Fortuner FAQ

  • How much is the Toyota Fortuner?

    • kona


      The Toyota Fortuner comes in 3 variants:

      2.4 AT 4X4 - RM 162,178
      2.7 SRZ AT 4X4 - RM 172,523
      2.4 VRZ AT 4X4 - RM 184,431  

  • What is the Fortuner competing against?

    • Tan


      The Fortuner competes with:

      Ford Everest 2.2 Trend 4X2 AT - RM 198,888  

  • What features are on the Fortuner?

    • mdzaboy


      Safety-wise, the Fortuner comes with VSC, Hill-start assist, downhill assist control, ESS and 7 airbags  


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