Thursday, January 14, 2016

Shots Fired: Toyota Motor Philippines Launches All-New 2016 Fortuner


The country’s largest car company, Toyota Motor Philippines is firing the first salvo of 2016 by unveiling the all-new 2016 Fortuner. After being launched in markets such as Thailand and Australia and even having some dealers leak its pricing days before the launch, it’s officially here.

Since the first-generation model’s launch in 2005, it’s been a consistent strong seller for Toyota. It’s one of the country’s best-selling vehicles, known for its durability, reliability, and all-terrain capability. With a name taken from the word, “Fortunate”, the all-new model is designed around the premise that customers who’ll flock to the Fortuner will see it as a prestigious SUV to own.

The all-new 2016 model creates a more distinctive, sleek, and powerful design designed around the concept of style and confidence. It’s longer and wider than the previous generation with a larger front fascia for a stand-out quality in both urban and outdoor settings. The streamlined profile is both expressive and elegant and is shod with 17-inch alloy wheels for the G variants and 18-inch alloy wheels for the V variants.


Inside, it’s much more elegant with its hues of dark brown, black, and wood trim detailing for the V models and chamois black and dark wood trim for the G models. Also new for the 2016 Fortuner is a capacitive touchscreen audio system with navigation and a multi-information display across the line.

The second-generation Fortuner comes equipped with an entirely new set of engines. The sole gasoline is a 2.7-liter 4-cylinder engine; now featuring Dual VVT-i technology, the 2TR-FE engine maxes at 166 horsepower at 5,200 rpm and 245 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. Meanwhile, the base diesel engine is the 2.4-liter 2GD-FTV with 150 horsepower at 3,400 rpm and 400 Nm of torque from 1,600 to 2,000 rpm. Sitting atop the range is the 2.8-liter 1GD-FTV engine with 177 horsepower at 3,400 rpm and 450 Nm of torque from 1,600 to 2,400 rpm. Across the engine range, it’s mated to a 6-speed automatic (the 4x2 diesel is available with a 6-speed manual).

Adding more flexibility to its powertrain, the Fortuner also comes equipped with Drive Mode Select allowing it to either be more fuel efficient or powerful at just the push of a button.



For utmost safety, the Fortuner is made with a rigid body structure with dual SRS airbags and a driver’s knee airbag. The Fortuner 4x4 V gets the additional safety net of side and curtain airbags. A Smart Keyless Entry with push-button engine start/stop is also standard on all V models.

The all-new 2016 Toyota Fortuner comes in seven colors: Super White, Silver Metallic, Attitude Black Mica, Gray Metallic, White Pearl (additional P 15,000) and new colors Phantom Brown Metallic and Avant-Garde Bronze Metallic. Deliveries start in March, but this is the introductory pricing:
  • 4x2 2.4G Diesel M/T – P 1,386,000
  • 4x2 2.7G Gas A/T – P 1,392,000
  • 4x2 2.4G Diesel A/T – P 1,476,000
  • 4x2 2.4V Diesel A/T – P 1,736,000
  • 4x4 2.8V Diesel A/T – P 2,126,000
Key Specifications:
  • Overall Length: 4,795 mm
  • Overall Width: 1,855 mm
  • Overall Height: 1,835 mm
  • Wheelbase: 2,750 mm
  • Minimum Ground Clearance: 193 mm
  • Minimum Turning Radius: 5.8 meters
  • Approach Angle: 30 degrees
  • Departure Angle: 25 degrees
  • Break-over Angle: 23.5 degrees
  • Maximum Water Wading Depth: 700 mm
  • Interior Length: 2,487 mm
  • Interior Width: 1,478 mm
  • Interior Height: 1,103 mm
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 80 liters
  • Front Suspension: Double Wishbone with Stabilizer
  • Rear Suspension: 4-Link with Coil Springs with Stabilizer
  • Front Brakes: Vented Disc
  • Rear Brakes: Drum
  • Tires: 265/65R17 (G models), 265/60R18 (V models)

97 comments:

  1. Hi Uly, Any news on the next generation HiAce Grandia? With the changes Toyota has been making right now. I might regret buying the HiAce now then I see it next year with better specs and price.

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  2. At 2.1m, still using drum brakes? Toyota is clearly trying to make a fool out of us Pinoys. I can't understand, bakit ba ganyan kababa ang tingin ng Toyota sa atin mga Pinoy. We deserve to get the most of what we pay for.

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    1. Reliable daw kasi kuno eh... Altis 2.0L at 1.2M, still has torsion beam set-up. Vios 1.5L at 800k+, still has 4 speed auto transmission. And now this? No disc brakes? Dami kasi gullible na mga pinoy eh. Kita mo naman, dami pa din bumibili ng brandnew junk cars such as the crosswind and adventure.

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    2. Because we buy based on perception. We buy based on other people's opinion. We are a nation of stupid consumers. Sorry about that, but that is 100% true.

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    3. the everest the the most better equipped and safe SUV for 2 mil. it can even park itself, this fortuner is barely an upgrade to the current model.

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    4. even the hilux, still has reflective type headlamps while others are using projector type and DRL headlights. only thing hilux wins is it comes with a diff lock, other than that, still uses fabric seats, crappy touchscreen, dual airbags, no traction control, yet Filipinos are still gullible to buy that crap.

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    5. Each individual has his or her own preference and criterion on choosing automobiles or anything for that matter, if we are all the same then we might as well drive the same square cars and wear the same white shirt. While some would profess that "lesser quality" or "lesser speced" vehicles as junk compared to its competitors I understand why some prefer them over the more technological laden alternative. People sometimes choose a vehicle over the other due to brand preference, brand perception, cost, design and the ease of maintenance.

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    6. Ignorance and stubbornness are also factors why people buy junk cars.

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    8. I totally agree with you d-godfather but buying based on brand perception is the most idiotic way of buying.

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  3. They should offer the 2.8 in 4x2 variants as well

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    1. agree.. and a 2.8 M/T variants.

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  4. ^This will surely sell like hotcakes to those "high-resale-value" peeps! Happy motoring!

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    1. Im sure nandito si ting0508 ng autoindustriya na fanboy ng toyota

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  5. That's the beauty of the freedom of choice. If you are not happy with the 2016 Fortuner buy the Everest or the SUA Montoro. That's your money!

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  6. Still DRUM BRAKES? Why can't they use disc smh

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    1. The Philippines is not a jungle exploration

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    2. Everest and the others are using discs of the same price range ffs. Paying over 2M and you're still getting a drum is a bummer. Smh

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    3. Why do pickups and heavy loaded cars uses drum brakes than Disc brakes. Now your chance to answer, I do not include Everest here

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    4. Trucks with rear drum brakes usually goes offroading, disc brakes somehow useless unless the vehicle is loaded to capacity and heavy, where repetitive braking is required. Disc brakes are at their best when the workload is the highest.

      Now, do buyers here in PH use their SUVs or Pickups mainly for offroading? No. Most buyers tend to use it more on the road, making it a family SUV/Pickup, city and highway driving which is imo why disc brakes are more suitable in our market.

      This is also why ToyotaPH doesn't offer Tacoma and 4Runner here in PH where these vehicles' target buyers are those offroad enthusiasts.

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    5. Trucks with rear drum brakes usually goes offroading, disc brakes somehow useless unless the vehicle is loaded to capacity and heavy, where repetitive braking is required. Disc brakes are at their best when the workload is the highest.

      Now, do buyers here in PH use their SUVs or Pickups mainly for offroading? No. Most buyers tend to use it more on the road, making it a family SUV/Pickup, city and highway driving which is imo why disc brakes are more suitable in our market.

      This is also why ToyotaPH doesn't offer Tacoma and 4Runner here in PH where these vehicles' target buyers are those offroad enthusiasts.

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    6. The answer is that, in australia, the fotuner is using 4 disc brake. The Philippines is consisdered as class E consumer, third world outdated losers since WW2 by the japs(honda fit, mazda, toyota, shibata, mitsubishi, kulilata, suzuki multicab, otota,usoka,subaru suso, isuzu, nissan mama san.

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    7. Sure in slow speed no problem with drum brakes but you will be better of with disc brakes in case of flood. Because they dry up faster. The real argument is the price it comes with. Again and again 2.1m and still drum brakes WTF!

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    8. Sure in slow speed no problem with drum brakes but you will be better of with disc brakes in case of flood. Because they dry up faster. The real argument is the price it comes with. Again and again 2.1m and still drum brakes WTF

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    9. bcos brake drum is more reliable than disc brake when it come to heavy loading. research more. WTF

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  7. Still DRUM BRAKES? Why can't they use disc smh

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  8. so this is it, all new fortuner is a bet disapointed me, lack of safety features and it to expensive in there totl variant, better ill go for ford everest, because in that price 2m, everthing complete safety feature, good value for your money.

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  9. anon 8:23 you are one true legend!!!! i like you!!!! go f*** yourself!!!!!

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  10. Toyota Motors Corporation Philippines is fucking with us. Check the prices in Australia for the Fortuner which are all 4x4 with 2.8 displacement:

    Toyota Australia pricing:
    Fortuna GX - MT - $47,990 Php 1,598,959
    Fortuna GX - AT - $49,990 Php 1,665,596
    Fortuna GXL - MT - $52,990 Php 1,765,552
    Fortuna GXL - AT - $54,990 Php 1,832,189
    Fortuna Crusade - MT - $59,990 Php 1,998,782
    Fortuna Crusade - AT - $61,990 Php 2,065,419

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  11. You all said , don't downgrade th Fortuner like Thai specs, now you get what you've wished for, still drum brakes are better

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  12. I have to agree this Fortuner is a "proper" SUV. Compared to the Montero it looks cleaner, more masculine and got that conventional but modern SUV look. Montero looks like it tried too hard to look futuristic but ended up looking like a transvestite with too much make up. The thick front chrome moustache, the bulbous cheeks. Mitsu calls the face it Dynamic Shield, just doesn't connect. It is just plainly ugly. And the back lights. Looks like it's dripping blood. Never mind the SUA, the looks is just killing it.

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  13. Rear Drum brakes are good, they have greater stopping power as opposed to rear disc brakes in my experience. unless you tend to use the brakes frequently,ex. travelling from a high place like baguio then going down to whatever destination like manila, you will get brake fade if you will rely on using brakes only to slow down the vehicle (same applies to rear discs), but of course you have to use the engine brake to your advantage and not use the brake pedals all the time during down slope. ask yourself this, why do Heavy load cargo trucks employ drum brakes instead of disc brakes? for daily driving you wont get brake fade I assure you. so the rear drum brakes will work just fine for the fortuner

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    1. Wrong. If rear drum brakes are better then why do performance car use disc brakes? Disc brakea have better stopping power. Its just toyota being cheap again, cost cutting the crap out of their cars.

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    2. @Anon January 15, 2016 at 11:33 A

      Wtf are you smoking? Drum brakes, Under high braking conditions, like descending a steep hill with a heavy load or repeated high-speed slow downs,DRUM brakes are usually lose its effective due to heat build up in the drums. Unlike the discs which are exposed to air and also ventilated which is more likely able to withstand extreme heat from braking.

      Get your facts straight

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    3. they are simply going for lower cost but better income kaya drum brakes. That's the truth!

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    4. SUV with disc brakes meant to haul groceries, drum brakes is to haul tons of weight

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    5. wrong. Actually yes true that both as same stopping power. But in terms of endurance the difference is big. When we brake majority of weight load is transferred in the front wheels. If drums used on front it will heat up very quickly then loses braking power in an instant due to enclosed housing and carrying all the load. But with disc, be no problem. That is why disc is always use in front. NO CAR TODAY USES DRUM BRAKE IN FRONT WHEEL! But as I said the main advantage of disc is during flood because it dries up quickly. You will always be a lot more safe with disc than drums brakes.

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  14. ^Are you crazy? Science says rear discs are more efficient than drums... and you sound like a toyota salesman...

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    1. its expensive to find a parts of brake pads than shoe brakes , learn science , two is more enough than one

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    2. Expensive to find parts? Wtf are you talking about??? Learn English m*****fu**er.

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    3. youre the one who doesnt know The fiction of science.brakes are expensive. tell or ask many drivers who own a vehicle woth disc brakes. theyll say it is hatd that youll need dealership to provide some parts at a expensive price and drum brakds are easy to maintain to keep the cost down . brake shoes are available everywhere . we have captiva and iy os hard to stop a heavy suv with a disc brake. you must be a person that never graduated from highschool. do you?

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    4. Its not the disc brake's fault that your captiva is crappy. Its because the captiva is heavy and using drum brakes for it will make it worse. Do you know how actually easy it is to find brake pads for disc brakes? They're not even expensive and they last for about 2 years. A pair of replacement pads would cost about 1.8k only. As for the disc itself, you only need to resurface them once in a while. The disc will probably never be replaced for the duration of your ownership. You have the nerve to say that I did not graduate from highschool? Look who's talking. You can't even construct sentences properly.

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    5. even if disc brake parts are more expensive than drum brakes the issue is safety. Disc are more efficient than drums therefore it is better for safety reasons!

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    6. And you now sounded like a drunk boy telling false accusations to people in streets , do you have driving experiences? Well I say no cause you told that my friend's Captiva is a piece of crap, all of Captiva variants were equipped with rear disc brakes and it is very cranny as it sounds squeaking , we've had trouble finding disc brakes everywhere in autoshops and dealerships , that managing the cost of 3.500 pesos per another repair of 2000. You're wrong , if I mere a person I would choose drum brakes, it's easy to maintain but effective. Because if I equipped disc brakes. It will rust that one disc is made of iron alloy and tatelled by sea rust will be a disaster, learn to sunk off one vehicle with disc brake all around and you'll be pergitated that my statement where spotting its light to the same sentence, you're the person who were raised here to nagitate a correct statement of scientific friction to a funny clown statement like you. Talking to a libertonic racist like you is a waste of time . With no manners

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    7. Wow. You're a hopeless case. It truly is difficult to understand what the fuck you're talking about. First, just learn English bitch!

      Drum brakes are cheap but you get what you pay for, they have inferior braking than disc brakes. And where the hell did you get these ridiculous explanations?! You're like a mad dog yapping all these nonsense.

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    8. that guy wont learn his lesson until he crash his car! I bet he doesn't even have (or know) ABS & EBD

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    9. And that people , the person who commented above me is one uneducated truck and SUV driver

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    10. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2Wrh1DmC5gM
      Do you see this, this is a Fortuner drum brakes over 4Runner disc brakes
      The Fortuner has more power in drums over 4Runner
      That is a combine force of a truck and SUV
      That means I won, pathetically you proved it false :p

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    11. yap yap yap! just prove that drum brakes are more efficient than disc and I will rest my case... I bet you cant!

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    12. It's pretty obvious that Harllshaw Tollins is a kid and he's just trolling. He doesn't know what the hell he's saying. He's no better than that equally retarded Richard Joash Tan.

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    13. Punyeta, sinong bibili ng 2M pesos na sasakyan na magrereklamo sa gagastusin ng pang replace ng brake pads niya??? Kung mas efficient ang drum brakes bakit hindi yun ang gamit sa mga kilalang 4x4 na sasakyan tulad ng LC, LR at Jeep?? gunggong

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    14. You still be unrest to your statement cause you're almost gonna sunk off your opinion, here is my word huh. Drum brakes uses brake fluid in order to maintain its stop force with the brake shoes. Does it affect environment ? No, it is more isolated in the case of force stop when one or more vehicles suddenly stop in front , no noise, no contamination and no needed for replacement, it has a schedule of 2 year replacement, good for hauling heavy loads and family weight capacity carriage is affected by axles in rear. While disc brakes is effective to stops, but disaster in sudden stops or offroads. Most commonly disc brake can be rusted and expensive to charge off with high price, cause we've experienced that with my friend, before you call me a dumb person, try to speed up to 150 km of skyway if a car suddenly stops in front as you tailgate ,it will converge a noise and a burn to. A brake pads , try to drown the disc brake to the floods and sea, you'll be hectic for rust disc brake stranded , hard to move a rust disc , . Does it affect environment ? Yes, cause it's lik welding, the chunks of fire flakes can be dangerous surrounding out rubber tyres and rubber is faster to be burned, , seen of countless reports about disc brakes they're expensive to be maintained, and if you expect to be wobbling your mouth again, drive a Heavy loaded SUV with disc brakes all around and you'll be dashing off causing a rollover.

      Now I said that how more drum brakes more efficient than disc brakes
      Before I end yapping your face, tell me acronyms of Toyota slang, I'll give you ford , whoever has many acronym slang wins,

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  15. Toyota did not use rear disc brakes at this time so that 3 years from now, when its time for a facelift, they will have something to show as an "upgrade". Tada! rear discs toyota lovers!

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    1. ok we'll use disk brake in the next generartion with more hp like the cvey.

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    2. Ahahaha tawa ko dito!! One day pag hinde na no1 toyota sa service im sure babaguhin na ng toyota lahat yan

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  17. front bumper design is ugly... parang may malaking pangil..parang dugong itsura...

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  18. i love manual transmission with diesel engine....

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  19. You all guys right... At the end toyota wins! Many will buy unwizely! If numbers will not buy they will be force for immrdiate upgrade-

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    1. no way, i dont want to buy, very expensive in 4x4 variant, 4 link coil spring only matagtag pa rin yan atsaka break drum? disaster... its better ford everest for 2mil. price.

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  20. At last we have the new Toyota Fortuner. It really takes a while before we get new cars or updates to the country. With differences in tariff structures, market size and production/assembly costs, it is difficult to compare prices across different country markets. With a small vehicle market, we don't have economies of scale that are achieved in Thailand (a regional hub for motor vehicle manufacturing)and Australia (high disposable income that enables car replacement every two to three years or less and a very developed second-hand market).

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  21. True... The design of the all new fortuner looks very impressive and luxurious... But the only thing I don't like of the design is the front grille of the car it looks bolder which makes it ugly to look... But it's okay, the engine power and engine torques were upgraded already much stronger and much faster than the previous... It has some features which improves fortuners performance... They putted Hill descent control but the hill start assist is not included... Anyway, high technology is not so important... The most important of all is the vehicle will last up for years... Unlike mitsus suv over high-tech kaya aron, mas magazine pa sa driver tatakbo ng Hindi inaapakan... Haha!!! Peace!✌✌✌

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  22. Seeing the All New Fortuner is a pretty decent view. Good upgrades, good looks, but sloppy engine. Comparing the three SUV (Monti, Fortuner, Everest) you can never go wrong with the Everest. Good Specs, Good Handling (now equipped with EPAS) and better price value. I think Ford has really risen for the challenge and now let the Slugfest Begins. This war between these 3 SUV Bruscos will be fun to watch (*grabs popcorn)

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  23. More important is Toyota came up with a new version of the Fortuner! Just wait and see. Now if you're interested, then buy one! If you're not interested, then go to other brands! This is a free country - buy what you want! Then comment on your vehicle's performance. Post mo pa sa YouTube para maganda!

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    1. i will wait for the next new version of fortuner with 200hp, 9 speed automatic, rear disc brake, 7 link suspension, euro 6, 2.2 crdi engine. and with all safety features priced at 1.7m

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    2. i will wait for the next new version of fortuner with 200hp, 9 speed automatic, rear disc brake, 7 link suspension, euro 6, 2.2 crdi engine. and with all safety features priced at 1.7m, 4x4 plus 1, sunroof, fog lamps bull bar, titanium 22 inches mag wheels, led lights, gps, wading 1 m, super oled display, inverter ac with 10 year warranty, can be used as power generator during brownouts

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    3. i will wait for the next new version of fortuner with 200hp, 9 speed automatic, rear disc brake, 7 link suspension, euro 6, 2.2 crdi engine. and with all safety features priced at 1.7m, 4x4 plus 1, sunroof, fog lamps bull bar, titanium 22 inches mag wheels, led lights, gps, wading 1 m, super oled display, inverter ac with 10 year warranty, can be used as power generator during brownouts

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  24. So... the big 3 (Ford-Mitsu-Toyota) are released... saw them all... and bought ....the Mazda CX5 AWD

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    1. CX-5 now that is value for money. unless you need to seat more than 4 or haul a dramatic amount of cargo. Its a more car (at the same price point) than most ppvs

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    2. Agreed. Most crossovers are better than 3rd world SUVs

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    3. bwahaha flimsy ugly japanese car

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  25. different vehicles with different types of brakes. that is not apple to apple comparison! Try to put disc brakes on the fortuner and compare the performance with the one with drum brakes then we will talk! But until it happens you can keep yapping all you want about your sacred drum brakes!

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  26. The answer is that, in australia, the fotuner is using 4 disc brake. The Philippines is consisdered as class E consumer, third world outdated losers since WW2 by the japs(honda fit, mazda, toyota, shibata, mitsubishi, kulilata, suzuki multicab, otota,usoka,subaru suso, isuzu, nissan mama san.

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  27. A lot of comments from readers who have no plans of buying a car....or simply could not really afford to buy the new Fortuner.

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  28. i really enjoy reading their comments. Nice english, good grammar he he.

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  29. This is always good for consumers...once again...what ever you buy...you have good and enough reason for it.

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  30. Ganito naman madalas kapag may mga pumupuna sa isang sasakyan at nagkakaroon ng malayang talakayan at batuhan ng opinyon, biglang may magsasabi na 'hindi nyo naman kayang bumili' o 'hindi naman kayo bibili'. Siguro nasasaktan sila dahil napupuna ang mga kahinaan ng paborito nilang sasakyan. O yung iba naman ay masyadong pinupuna ang mga kahinaan na wala naman basehan.

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    1. correct ka jan, kc toyota more on durability and value for your money kuno... pero in reality it is low standard equipment in there midsize suv and higher price.

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  31. ahhh.... basta.... ako, nagpareserve na! hahahaha....

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  32. drum brake pa rin? ang break na syang pinaka importanteng sistema ng sasakyan ay hindi binigyan ng pahalaga, porma lang ang pina-iral nila.....

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    1. How the hell do you spell brake correctly and incorrectly in one comment? Seriously.

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  33. Isiping mabuti bago mg pa reserve ng unit sa bagong fortuner, baka masisi ka sa huli.

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  34. for whatever what you desire, and as long as you're happy. buy it! that's what matters. Happy motoring everyone!

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  35. ^Yeah, be happy first, then regret later...

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  36. Wtf...drum brakes(others are discs), 18"s (everest are 20"), No pre-collision assist (monty and eve have those)...weak engine 177 hp (eve and trlblzr has 200hp)...in my conclusion...only blind person or a toyota diehard would buy this...unless his that ignorant to cars... jeez...

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  37. When I first saw the everest last 2015 MIAS i reserved for one...but I was curious back then about the upcoming montero and fortuner...luckily last october when I visited Bangkok I got to see both I liked the styling but when I saw the Fortuners specs such as engine, safety, gadgets, old school 4x4 btw they just made it knob type from a the previous stick) I was reallybdissapointed. When I walked in a misubishi dealership still in Bangkok, I saw the new montero, its good looking and has a semi good looking interior. Collison avoidance assist is offered too same asthe everest. Last december I had to make a choice. Well I got the 3.2 Everest Titatium Premium Edition. Jam packed with gadgets not found on the fortuner and montero such as All Disc Brakes, Pre-collision avoidance, Lane Departure Assist, Auto Parking Assist, Advance off road select, 20 inch wheels, panoramic roof, automatic rear door, touch button 3rd row folding seats, huge touch screen infotainment, blind spot detector, futuristic digita instrument panel, indoor mood lights, 220 V socket, Hill assist, auto leveling headlamps, 200 Hp engine, 800 mm wading depth, all around sensors, backing camera. A lot more. Beat that Toyota Fortuner!

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    1. the problem of ford is shortage of supply unit mostly in titatium variant, they should be speed up the production, so that they can cope up the supply demand of the costomer, otherwise they go other brand cos. of long waiting time, i really like much the 4x4 premium pack because there specs.

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  38. Mitsubishi Montero Sports launching already takes the market by storm, it seem that Toyota Fortuner, will play a second fiddle.No shift from Brake drum to brake disc after so many years? It may be the weakest link in your armour

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  39. Can you please give me an answer why is that 2.8V 2WD A/T is not included in the New Fortuner here in Philippines?

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  40. Disc brakes are superior to drum brakes. Toyota did this to make more money to the detriment of consumers.

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  41. Yung 2.4 V has the same number of airbags as the 2.8?

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  42. Yung 2.4 V has the same number of airbags as the 2.8?

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