Fortuner prices

Toyota Fortuner Pricing Slashed


Toyota cuts Fortuner prices by at least $5,000 and boosts standard equipment levels 

Toyota’s mid-size Fortuner has come in for an overhaul, with prices reduced by a minimum of $5,000 across the range.

Equipment levels have improved too. The base Fortuner GX now starts from $42,590 – a $5,400 saving – but gains alloy wheels over the previous models steelies and rear parking sensors as standard. The mid-spec GXL has a price reduction of $5,500, but gains satellite navigation and a digital radio included in the new $47,490 starting price for the Fortuner GXL manual.

Should you opt for the Fortuner GXL which starts $49,490, you can now opt for dark brown leather trim and a power operated drivers and passenger seats.

The king of the hill Fortuner Crusade now gets LED headlamps, a thumping 11-speaker JBL stereo and electrically adjustable and heated front seats. The Fortuner Crusade is now priced from $56,990. A $5,000 saving. Interestingly, the Fortuner Crusade is now only available in an automatic, with Toyota Australia ditching the manual version.

Toyota Australia sales and marketing boss Tony Cramb said the changes to the Fortuner range were based on customer feedback “Fortuner’s updates are based on specific feedback from our dealers and our guests, reflecting Toyota’s commitment to continuous improvement,” Mr Cramb said.

“The added features further boost the appeal of Fortuner, which is recognised for offering the space, comfort, convenience and quality of an SUV while delighting owners with its prodigious off-road ability,” Mr Cramb added.

A price list for the revised Fortuner range is provided below. All prices exclude government charges and on road costs.


GX manual $42,590 $5,400
GX auto $44,590 $5,400
GXL manual $47,490 $5,500
GXL auto $49,490 $5,500
Crusade auto $56,990 $5,000

Premium paint (all models) $550
Premium interior (GXL) $2,500

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