Toyota Australia has announced specs and pricing for the updated 2020 Fortuner range highlighted by the addition of autonomous emergency braking as standard.
For 2020 the seven-seat Fortuner gains a greatly improved pre-collision safety system that includes the aforementioned autonomous emergency braking with day and night pedestrian detection, along with day cyclist detection.
Lane-departure warning is also included across the range. If the vehicle deviates from its lane the driver is alerted with visual and audible warnings and vibrations from the steering wheel.
The Fortuner also gets high-speed active cruise control which maintains a suitable distance from a vehicle ahead when travelling above 40 km/h, and road sign recognition.
Along with the safety upgrade, the entry level GX grade also gets a 4.2-inch colour driver information display in the instrument cluster.
All Fortuner models feature an air-conditioned cool box, Bluetooth connectivity, a six-speaker sound system, and audio and phone controls mounted on the steering wheel.
GXL variants add keyless entry and start, roof rails, fog lamps, privacy glass and downhill assist control.
Top-spec Crusade grade models include leather-accented seat trim, a power tailgate, climate-control air-conditioning, bi-LED headlamps, 18-inch alloy wheels and a power-operated driver's seat.
Power comes from a 2.8-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine developing 130kW and 450Nm. A six-speed automatic transmission with low-range gearing sends drive to all four wheels.
The new safety kit attracts a small price bump of between 2.3 to 3.0 per cent.
2020 Toyota Fortuner pricing (excludes on-road costs:
GX - $45,965
GXL - $50,790
Crusade - $58,290
Premium paint (all grades) - $600
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