The Toyota Fortuner has been a segment leader for quite sometime now. However Toyota has now given it a makeover to make it even more desirable.

We drove a white 4×4 manual Fortuner, which is priced at Rs. 20.99 lakh ex-showroom Delhi. It’s a bit on the expensive side when you compare it with other SUVs in its segment or even below it, but it does redeem itself. Read our road test of the Toyota Fortuner here.

We took the Fortuner for a road test, both on and off-road to put it through its paces. So does the Toyota Fortuner stand true to its brawny SUV image or does it fall short when it comes to tackling the great outdoors? Take a look in our video review:

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  1. price of the SUV is a bit problem.. as the XUV500 is a well competetor for the Fortuner, no my mistake not a competetor but I would say a winner of the competetion, I hav driven the XUV500 and Fortuner, there is a big difference with the pickup, XUV500 beats fortuner completely, Fortuner wins at only one place, its the third row seats, thats it, low down the price of fortuner a bit, it may give it some like in market

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