Private Fortuner City Tour
The Toyota Fortuner is a family-sized, seven-seat SUV based on the popular HiLux ute. It’s built tough, will go a long way off road, and is good at towing. It also strikes a nice balance between ruggedness and everyday usability.
What features does every Fortuner have?
Cruise control, a reversing camera, and a centrally mounted, 7.0-inch touchscreen display with Bluetooth connectivity. A USB port for your phone or iPod. A six speaker audio system that can be controlled from the steering wheel. Three 12 volt accessory sockets.
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.
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. A full-sized spare wheel and tyre.
Trailer sway control, which automatically uses the brakes and engine to limit trailer movement in high winds, or when driving on rough roads.
Seven airbags: two directly in front of the driver and front passenger; one to protect the driver’s knees; two alongside each front occupant to protect the upper body; and two curtain airbags extending along each side which protect the heads of people sitting next to a window – including passengers in the third row of seats.