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Old 27th November 2022, 01:11   #946
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Re: Toyota Fortuner : Official Review

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Hey Everyone,

Planning to book for the 4x2 Petrol AT.
Primarily my usage is going to be for Outstation and Family Usage. We were actively comparing the Innova Crysta and the Fortuner, I am more inclined towards Fortuner as I am usually going to drive the car, we are not much inclined to get the Innova.


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Aamish,

I would recommend you to get the 4x2 Diesel AT.

PROS
-It has better mileage than the Petrol version.
-4x2 Diesel AT will give you 14 kmpl on highway and approx. 11 kmpl in the city.
-Moreover, the tremendous power in Sports mode is exhilarating, so driving this road-hungry beast will be definitely fun.
-And in Diesel AT, you will have a choice of interiors between Chamois and black.

CONS
-Please keep in mind that many diesel fortuners face DPF issues (although not serious but can increase your trips to the service centre).

Innova does not have the road presence which the Fortuner commands.
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Old 2nd December 2022, 20:21   #947
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Re: Toyota Fortuner : Official Review

Time for an update after a long time. My Fortuner has been happily munching miles and will turn 3 on 5th December. Also she has got alot of upgrades in 2022. I will let the pictures do the talking now.
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I seem to be having a unique problem with my January 2023 Fortuner 4x2 AT Diesel. The specs say that the fuel tank capacity is 80 L, but not even once have i been able to fill beyond 70L. I have done 7 or 8 tank full filling after driving it almost dry (till the range shows 10-15 kms). So now i have my own doubts about the fuel tank capacity or something is amiss. The service center guys said the capacity includes the fuel that is there in the line/pipe as well. Even assuming that that to be true, a difference of 10L is strange. I have never experienced this in my XUV500 or Swift or any other car, as when they are almost empty and i fill fuel, it fills to the full capacity and in some cases goes beyond as well !!! Can someone please throw some light on this if you have seen this or come across this issue.
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Friends

I seem to be having a unique problem with my January 2023 Fortuner 4x2 AT Diesel. The specs say that the fuel tank capacity is 80 L, but not even once have i been able to fill beyond 70L. I have done 7 or 8 tank full filling after driving it almost dry (till the range shows 10-15 kms). So now i have my own doubts about the fuel tank capacity or something is amiss. The service center guys said the capacity includes the fuel that is there in the line/pipe as well. Even assuming that that to be true, a difference of 10L is strange. I have never experienced this in my XUV500 or Swift or any other car, as when they are almost empty and i fill fuel, it fills to the full capacity and in some cases goes beyond as well !!! Can someone please throw some light on this if you have seen this or come across this issue.
The DTE indicator will be off by around 5 litres in a 50 litre tank when it reads 0 range. This is too ensure there is enough fuel in the pipes as modern high pressure systems in these engines will fail otherwise. This is a margin of safety and it's always kept high. Refueling when too close to empty isn't a good practice.
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Anyone can please tell me, why don't Toyota offer a chamois interior for Petrol AT? In my personal opinion, as compared to black interior chamois-coloured interiors make the cabin look both elegant and spacious. And as now sales of Petrol variates are increasing, Toyoya should consider offering Chamois interior for Petrol Fortuner.
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Prices hiked after around 8 months.
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Re: Toyota Fortuner : Official Review

Hi friends,

I recently upgraded my fogs to Aozoom's Bifocal LEDs. What a difference! Really happy with the results.

I dont remember being disappointed with the fortuner's headlights earlier in my ownership. Is it possible that over the last 4 years, the brightness of the headlamps has deteriorated? If so, extended warranty should cover it right?

On many occasions, I found the performance of OE fogs to be on par with the headlights..

Oh well, I am planning to sell the OEM LED fogs. Mine's a 2019 November model. If anyone is interested, please PM me.
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