A look at the new Toyota Fortuner Epic – with pricing

Toyota has launched its new Fortuner for 2020 – the Fortuner Epic – which boasts a number of exterior additions.

Toyota said that two variants of the Epic are on offer, both based on the 2.8-litre GD-6 derivatives – the ‘standard’ Fortuner Epic and Fortuner Epic Black.

The Epic Black includes a number of black accents while the standard Epic package will now be applied to all Fortuner 2.8 models going forward, Toyota said.

Both models will feature a branded nudge-bar and tow bar, while the Epic Black models feature a bi-tone design with black roof, black roof rails, black side-view mirrors and unique, all-black 18-inch alloy wheels.

The usual array of 2.8 Fortuner specification items apply including:

  • Dual-zone climate control;
  • Smart entry and push start;
  • Touchscreen infotainment system with navigation;
  • Reverse camera;
  • TFT Multi-Information Display (MID);
  • Blue Optitron instrumentation;
  • Cruise control;
  • Steering switches;
  • Power-adjustable driver seat;
  • Power back door.

All Fortuner models are equipped with ABS, TRC, VSC, BAS, EBD and Hill Start Assist (HAC).

 

Pricing

Toyota said that all Fortuner models are sold with a 6-services/90,000 km service plan and 3-year/100,000 km warranty.

Service intervals for the diesel models are 10,000 km, while the petrol model is set at 15000 km. Customers can also choose from a variety of service plan extensions at their local dealer.

Pricing for the new Fortuner is as follows:

  • Fortuner 2.8 RB Epic 6AT – R660,000
  • Fortuner 2.8 Epic Black 6AT – R670,100
  • Fortuner 2.8 4X4 Epic 6AT – R729,000
  • Fortuner 2.8 4X4 Epic Black 6AT – R739,100

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A look at the new Toyota Fortuner Epic – with pricing