Earlier this year Toyota launched the Innova Crysta that meets the BS6 emission compliance norms at a price that is much higher compared to the BS4 version. The brand has also launched the BS6 emission compliant Toyota Fortuner in the Indian market priced at Rs 28.8 lakhs, which remains unchanged compared to the BS4 model. The new Fortuner comes powered by both 2.7-litre petrol and 2.8-litre diesel engine options similar to the BS4 model.
The new BS6 Fortuner is available in six variants in total. There are two variants and four diesel variants. Here is a detailed price of all the variants.
Toyota Fortuner BS6
2.7L 4×2 MT Petrol Rs 28,18,000
2.7L 4×2 AT Petrol Rs 29,77,000
2.8L 4×2 MT Diesel Rs 30,19,000
2.8L 4×2 AT Diesel Rs 32,05,000
2.8L 4×4 MT Diesel Rs 32,16,000
2.8L 4×4 AT Diesel Rs 33,95,000
The variants powered by the 2.7-litre petrol engine option gets a maximum power of 164 PS at 5,200 rpm while the torque maximizes at 245 Nm at 4,000 rpm. The diesel variants get powered by the 2.8-litre engine that generates a maximum power of 174.5 PS and peak torque of 420 Nm with the manual transmission and 450 Nm with the automatic transmission. The automatic transmission is available with both 4X2 and 4X4 variants of the diesel-powered Fortuner.
Other than the changes to meet the BS6 emission norms, everything else remains identical to the BS4 compliant Fortuner. It gets exactly same exterior, same feature list and the cabin. Just like earlier times, the Fortuner will offer two cabin – dark brown and Chamois (beige) – just like before. The feature list includes a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with embedded navigation, paddle shifters with the automatic, 7 airbags, vehicle stability control system, brake assist, hill-hold assist control, ABS, EBD and more such features in the higher variants.
The BS6 compliant Toyota Innova Crysta, which was launched recently in the Indian market received a price hike of around Rs 1.5 lakhs. Surprisingly, the price of the BS6 compliant Toyota Fortuner remains the same. The Fortuner remains the best-selling vehicle in the segment and has been on the top of the sales chart since its launch in the Indian market. It is currently in its second-generation and takes on the likes of Ford Endeavour, Isuzu MUX, Mahindra Alturas, and more. Ford will soon launch the BS6 compliant Endeavour with a downsized 2.0-litre diesel engine to meet the emission norms. The small 2.0-litre dual-turbocharged engine of the Endeavour will come powered by a 10-speed automatic transmission in the Indian market, which may translate into higher fuel efficiency.