Toyota launches Fortuner with 5-speed automatic transmission

Tags: Cars
Toyota Kirloskar Motor today said it has launched a new variant of sports utility vehicle Fortuner in five-speed automatic transmission, priced between Rs 22.33 lakh and Rs 22.93 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

"Further adding to Fortuner's strength of unmatched road presence and luxury, we have now introduced the five-speed automatic transmission... The five-speed AT will further add to the drive quality and comfort," Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) Deputy Managing Director and COO (Marketing and Commercial) Sandeep Singh said in a statement.

Besides, the car maker has also decided to produce the Fortuner TRD Sportivo regularly that was introduced as a limited edition in October last year, he added.

"Looking at the overwhelming response and its popularity, we have now regularised this grade for all those looking for a unique sporty image. The bookings will open starting January 18, 2013," Singh said.

The TRD Sportivo variant is priced at Rs 21.97 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

The Fortuner was launched in August 2009 and TKM has sold over 41,000 units so far. P

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