Here’s why buying a Toyota Fortuner is like purchasing an iPhone

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by Elaine Lara | Dec 3, 2020
Feature: 2021 Toyota Fortuner
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Even though it felt like the world stood still this year, Toyota Motor Philippines didn’t hold back on launching its sales pillars this 2020.

Last October, the Japanese carmaker introduced the refreshed 2021 Toyota Fortuner, and we were able to get our hands behind the wheel of the top-spec LTD variant. The SUV is available with two engine options: the stalwart 2.4-liter DOHC turbodiesel and the mighty 2.8-liter DOHC turbodiesel.

The price of the new Fortuner starts at P1,633,000, but the LTD unit you see here costs P2,414,000. It comes with a new face with the grille having more black plastic instead of chrome, with the LTD variant getting an additional glossy black plastic trim.

Inside, there are a lot of new toys like a wireless Qi charger, a JBL audio system, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. And if you are getting the top-of-the-line variant, it comes with nice red leather trim on the seats and door panels, as well as red contrast stitching.

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If the top-spec variant is not within your budget, make sure to read our story on what you’ll get if you decide to purchase the non-LTD variants

Want to know why people would still buy Toyota’s Fortuner refresh? Hit the play button above.

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