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  • 2015
  • 111,112 km
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
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  • 2015
  • 91,500 km
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • Group 1 Cars Kuils River

Used Toyota Fortuner for Sale

The Toyota Fortuner was first launched internationally in 2004 and in South Africa in 2005. Since then it has made a mark for itself as one of the best-selling SUV’s on the market. In fact, the demand for both new and Used Toyota Fortuner for Sale has grown to such a degree that they one of the most request vehicles for both test drives and to purchase in the country. Because of this, our Group 1 Showrooms in Gauteng, the Western Cape and the Eastern Cape strive to always have the best Used Fortuner SUV’s for Sale in the country. They are each personally inspected and approved by our teams of highly qualified auto technicians, which means that when you purchase a Used Fortuner from us you are guaranteed a quality pre-owned vehicle that will provide you with years of reliable and safe commuting.

The Toyota Fortuner in South Africa

In just over a decade the Toyota Fortuner has made a name for itself in South Africa as a stylishly reliable SUV that is perfect for South African families thanks to its wide range of safety and comfort features. Toyota has introduced a number of upgrades and facelifts since its launch, as well as a second-generation Fortuner in South Africa 2016 (a year after the international launch of the second-generation Fortuner in 2015). The current range of Toyota Fortuner in South Africa consists of 9 model variants, which are as follows:

  • 2.4 GD-6 RB 6MT
  • 2.4 GD-6 RB 6AT
  • 2.4 GD-6 4X4 6AT
  • 2.7 VVTi RB 6AT
  • 2.8 GD-6 RB 6MT
  • 2.8 GD-6 RB 6AT
  • 2.8 GD-6 4×4 6MT
  • 2.8 GD-6 4×4 6AT
  • 4.0 V6 4×4 6AT

2 Generations of Fortuner SUV Perfection

Current 2nd Generation Toyota Fortuner
2015 (2016 in South Africa) – Current

The second generation Fortuner was launched in 2015, with the first two markets to open for orders being Australia and Thailand. The design “language” that was used to update the new look Fortuner was described by Toyota designers and build technicians as “Keen Look”, and it has been a popular style improvement that has most certainly caught the eye of many a South African seeking a good-looking, fun to drive, yet practical family SUV. From its slim Projector Headlights and Daytime Running Lights to its host of design features this is a vehicle that stands out from the current pack of SUV’s sold anywhere in the world.

The Fortuner is also no slouch in the accessories department either, and has some of the best standard safety and comfort feature ratings in its class. Inside the design strikes no resemblance to the previous generations interior, which was based on the inside of the Toyota Hilux cab, and now truly stands as a separate example of Toyota’s vehicle design prowess and how far the Fortuner brand name has come in a little over a decade.

Did You Know? The name “Fortuner” in not Japanese as is often the custom with so many Asian vehicles. It comes from the English word Fortune and is a good indicator of just how lucky a person is to own such a dependable SUV. In fact, the reliability of the Fortuner is so legendary that specialised versions of this outstanding vehicle are manufactured exclusively for the United Nations and other government agencies around the world.

2nd Generation Toyota Fortuner at a Glance

Power Train

Engine

  • 2.7 L Petrol
  • 4.0 L Petrol
  • 2.4 L Diesel
  • 2.5 L Diesel (Not in SA)
  • 2.8 L Diesel
  • 3.0 L Diesel (Not in SA)

Transmission

  • 6-speed manual
  • 5-speed automatic (Not in SA)
  • 6-speed automatic

Vehicle Layout

  • Front engine with rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive options

Assembly Plant

  • Zárate, Argentina
  • Samut Prakan, Thailand
  • Bidadi, India
  • Karawang, Indonesia
  • Karachi, Pakistan

Wheelbase

  • 2,745 mm

Also Known As

  • The Toyota SW4

1st Generation Toyota Fortuner
2004 (2005 in South Africa) – 2015

The first generation Toyota Fortuner was revealed to the public at the end of 2004 during the annual Thailand International Motor Expo. It was released for sale shortly afterwards in early 2005 and was an instant hit. So much so in fact that the unexpected demand for the vehicle saw Toyota decide to launch it in almost all of its growing overseas markets including Argentina, Brazil, Brunei, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Singapore, South Africa, Venezuela and Vietnam.

Within 4 years Toyota released an updated model of the Fortuner which included even more safety and comfort upgrades in 2009. This was followed in 2011 by another Fortuner Facelift, which also saw the introduction of a 2.5 litre diesel engine. In 2013, the first-generation Fortuner received its final upgrades before the launch of second-generation. This included the introduction of a black leather interior, a new sound and entertainment system and an upgraded navigation system in top of the range models.

Did You Know? In 2012, the 2.5 Litre Turbodiesel Engine which is used to power certain of the first-generation Fortuner range was upgraded with a variable nozzle (VNT) turbocharger. This took what was essentially an already powerful vehicle and turned it into a beast. It increased the power and torque of the engine by about 60% when compared to the initial launch version of the Fortuner, while reducing fuel consumption by up to an impressive 30%. Furthermore these engine improvements made it exceptionally fast, with acceleration times of 0–100 km/h in about 11 seconds being the norm. This was even more impressive when mated to the larger 3.0 Litre engine which offered 0–100 km/h of less than 10 seconds.

1st Generation Toyota Fortuner at a Glance

Power Train

Engine

  • 2.7 L Petrol
  • 4.0 L Petrol
  • 2.5 L Diesel
  • 3.0 L Diesel

Transmission

  • 6-speed manual
  • 5-speed automatic
  • 6-speed automatic

Vehicle Layout

  • Front engine with rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive options

Assembly Plant

  • Samut Prakan, Thailand
  • Chachoengsao, Thailand
  • Karawang, Indonesia
  • Cairo, Egypt
  • Shah Alam, Malaysia
  • Zárate, Argentina
  • Bidadi, India
  • Cumaná, Venezuela
  • Karachi, Pakistan
  • Kostanay, Kazakhstan

Wheelbase

  • 2,750 mm

Also Known As

  • The Toyota Hilux SW4
  • And the Toyota SW4

Toyota Fortuner FAQ’s

Even though the Toyota Fortuner is exceptionally popular there are still a few regularly asked questions that are asked of our Group 1 Showroom Sales Team. To help you get the best answers to these questions we’ve included a quick guide FAQ and Answer section on the Fortuner below.

Q: Is the Toyota Fortuner a SUV?
A: Yes it is! To be exact the Toyota Fortuner is a mid-size SUV and one of the most popular not just in South Africa, but also the world.

Q: Does the Fortuner come with both petrol and diesel driven engine options?
A: Yes is does! Both the petrol and diesel engines that power the Fortuner are known for their reliability, power and fuel economy. Additionally, both the first and second-generation Fortuner SUV’s found for sale on this site come with both petrol and diesel engine options.

Q: What are the most popular Fortuner year models?
A: As would be expected the current year models are very much in demand. But because of the excellent build quality of Toyota SUV’s, and the Fortuner in particular, there is also a very big demand to 2017 Fortuner Models, 2016 Fortuner Models, and the older first-generation 2015 Fortuner Models and 2014 Fortuner Models. Please feel free to contact one of our Group 1 Sales Teams in Gauteng, the Western Cape or the Eastern Cape to find out more.

Q: What is the top of the range Toyota Fortuner?
A: The 4.0 V6 4X4 6-speed Automatic is the top of the Fortuner range. It comes standard with a host of safety, comfort and convenience features such as a Push Start System, an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), Trailer Sway Control (TSC), Daytime Running Lights, an Audio Visual Navigation System, Leather Seats as well as an Alarm, Immobiliser and an Ultrasonic Sensor to mention but a few.

Used Toyota Fortuner Prices

Please note that the Used Toyota Fortuner Prices on this site will vary according to trim level, vehicle condition, vehicle age and vehicle mileage. Please use the Used Fortuner vehicle functionality at the top of this page to view all of our current Toyota Fortuner stock availability. Alternatively you can contact any one of our Group 1 Vehicle Showrooms below to find out how we can get you behind the wheel of an Affordable Toyota Fortuner:

Used Toyota Fortuner in Cape Town, Western Cape

When looking for a Used Fortuner in Cape Town and the Western Cape please contact one of our Group 1 Showrooms in:

Group 1 in Kuils River
Tel: 021 900 5200

Group 1 in Stellenbosch
Tel: 021 887 6900

Group 1 in Knysna
Tel: 044 302 2600

Used Toyota Fortuner in Johannesburg, Gauteng

Quality Used Toyota Fortuner SUV’s in Johannesburg can be test driven at our Group 1 Showroom at The Glen and in Midrand:

Group 1 at The Glen
Tel: 010 593 4393

Group 1 in Midrand
Tel: 011 312 2678

Used Toyota Fortuner in Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage

There is no shortage of some of the best priced vehicles in the Eastern Cape at Group 1, and this includes Used Fortuner SUV’s in Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage:

Group 1 in Port Elizabeth
Tel: 041 994 1800

Group 1 in Uitenhage
Tel: 041 994 1800

Nationwide Used Toyota Fortuner Delivery!

No matter where in South Africa you are, you can take advantage of our exceptional pre-owned vehicle quality and prices. This includes national delivery of any Used Toyota Fortuner purchased via any one of our Group 1 Used Car Showrooms in South Africa.

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