New Toyota Fortuner SUV promises comfy cabin.
The cabin of the new seven-seat Toyota Fortuner SUV was revealed today by Toyota Australia and as the photos show, it looks like Toyota has a well-sorted cabin to be proud of.
Toyota tell us the Fortuner interior will be refined and decked-out in premium materials with plenty of standard features across the new SUVs three model grades.
All three rows of seats (2-3-2 configuration) will get air-conditioning vents and access to the third row of seats in the Toyota Fortuner will be easy, according to Toyota, because the new model will come with one-touch slide-and-tumble second-row seats.
While the driver of the Toyota Fortuner, which will go up against seven-seat rivals such as the Holden Colorado 7 and the new Ford Everest, can get comfortable with both tilt-and-telescopic adjustments for the steering column.
Powered by a 420Nm (manual) or 450Nm (automatic) diesel engine, Tony Cramb from Toyota Australia sales and marketing says the new Toyota Fortuner will tick all the boxes for Australian seven-seat SUV buyers.
“The premium convenience, quietness and comfort - amplified by luxurious features such as soft-touch surfaces - will make Fortuner a stand-out choice for families wanting to negotiate the urban jungle in style.”
“At the same time, there’s nothing soft about Fortuner’s intrinsic strength and its genuine all-terrain capability.”
Arriving in Toyota dealerships nationwide from October, check out more details on the new Toyota Fortuner here.
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