See new Toyota Fortuner go wild and dirty in off-road photos

Updated May 27, 2021 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

A perfect SUV for off-roading and the city.

The 2021 Toyota Fortuner is already available in Thailand with a top-spec variant dubbed as Legender. Now, the 2021 Fortuner Legender decided to have some fun and prove that it’s a vehicle meant to drive through any terrain.

In case you’re wondering, the new Fortuners you see in the phots are the top-spec 2.8-liter Legender 4WD that comes in either a White Pearl CS or an Emotional Red paint finish. This Toyota Fortuner Legender uses a 2.8-liter 4-cylinder diesel engine making 201 hp and 500 Nm of torque. 

A white Legender off-roading

The Toyota Fortuner Legender available only in the Thailand market [Photo: Off-road Enthusiasts PH]

With the help of its 4WD drivetrain and 6-speed automatic transmission, the Toyota Fortuner Legender can brave through the toughest off-road terrain with ease.

Further enhancing the off-road capabilities of the Fortuner Legender are its double-wishbone front suspension, 4-link rear suspension, 193 mm ground clearance, and 20-inch alloy wheels exclusive to the Legender variant.

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Rear view of the Fortuner Legender

The dual-tone paint scheme on the Fortuner is definitely a beauty [Photo: Off-road Enthusiasts PH]

The Toyota Fortuner Legender is installed with dual LED projector headlamps with a follow-me-home system and automatic light adjustable system upfront, as well as redesigned LED rear lights at the back.

Moreover, this new Toyota Fortuner comes with a dual-tone paint scheme that provides a more modern and sportier appeal.

The Toyota Fortuner Legender in emotional red paint finish

The Toyota Fortuner Legender in emotional red paint finish [Photo: Off-road Enthusiasts PH]

Many are quick to point out that the front fascia design of the new Fortuner imposes similarities with the Geely Coolray. Contributing to this apparent idea is their similar headlights shape and L-shaped daytime running lights (DRL).

As for safety, the Toyota Fortuner Legender is installed with the Toyota Safety Sense that provides features such as a panoramic view monitor with a 3D view, anti-lock braking system with electronic brakeforce distribution, hill-start assist control, downhill assist control, among others.

If you are into SUVs, you can also consider the Toyota 4Runner 2019 which offers a good reliability rating and excellent off-road capability. 

Three  white SUVs going off-road

Will the Fortuner Legender make its way in the local auto market? [Photo: Off-road Enthusiasts PH]

Just by looking at the Thai-spec 2021 Fortuner, we can’t help but wonder when Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) will bring this model. For now, TMP is bringing the Corolla Cross next week. So, we just have to wait a little more for the arrival of the new Fortuner in our market.  

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Know more about Toyota Fortuner 2023

Toyota Fortuner

The Toyota Fortuner 2023 sold in our market spans six five trim levels and 11 variants. Toyota Fortuner prices in the Philippines range from PHP 1,633,000 for the Fortuner G 2.4 M/T to PHP 2,509,000 for the flagship GR Sport 2.8 A/T. This midsize SUV spans two turbodiesel options, with most of the range equipped with a 6-speed automatic gearbox (6-speed manual for the base variant) as well as a 4x2 drivetrain (4x4 is available on the LTD trim and is standard on the GR Sport). The Fortuner brings a length of 4,795mm, a width of 1,855mm, and a height of 1,835mm on a 2,745mm wheelbase. 

The lowest monthly installment starts at Php 19,683 for the G 2.4 4x2, with 60-month payment terms on a 50 percent downpayment. As a contender in the midsize SUV segment, the Toyota Fortuner faces off against a slew of rivals including the Mitsubishi Montero Sport, Nissan Terra, Ford Everest, Isuzu mu-X, and Foton Toplander

₱ 1,736,000 - ₱ 2,595,000

Rex Sanchez

Rex Sanchez


Rex Sanchez grew up in Saudi Arabia where he saw and got into the automotive scene. He started his career for an aviation company in the said region, writing about turbines and rotors which are later distributed for educational purposes. And now, he joined as a staff writer. Currently, he is the youngest on the team and is more than ready to grow in the field.


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