An active safety suite, that Toyota calls Safety Sense, which includes autonomous emergency braking, lane departure warning, and active cruise control.
A reversing camera, and rear parking sensors.
A centrally mounted, 7.0-inch touchscreen display, with Bluetooth connectivity and a USB port for your phone or iPod. An audio system with at least six speakers, which can be controlled from the steering wheel. Three 12 volt accessory sockets.
A 4.2-inch colour screen screen that displays key driving information in the instrument cluster.
Seven seats, with a one-touch tumble and slide second seat-row that provides easy access to the third row. Roof-mounted air conditioning vents for occupants in the third row of seats.
Headlamps that switch on automatically when it gets dark, and extremely long-lived LED tail-lights. Side steps (which make it easier to enter and alight from the cabin). Front and rear mudflaps.
Wheels made from aluminium alloy, and a full-sized spare wheel and tyre.
Hill-start assist, which prevents the car from rolling backwards when starting from rest on a slope.
Electronic traction control, which helps you go further off road. A rear differential lock, which can help you maintain drive in very rough or slippery off-road conditions.
An air-conditioned cool box to keep food fresh on long journeys.
Trailer sway control, which automatically uses the brakes and engine to limit trailer movement in high winds, or when driving on rough roads.
An 80-litre fuel tank, which provides a touring range of more than 700km.
Seven airbags. Electronic stability control, which helps you avoid and control skids. (For the placement of airbags, and more on Fortuner safety features, please open the Safety section below.)
The Fortuner comes with Toyota’s five-year/unlimited kilometre warranty.