The new-generation Fortuner was launched in Australia last year, and now Toyota India is planning to bring it in India. The new Fortuner will be based on the TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) platform that also underpins the Hilux and the Innova. With this new platform, we believe that the 2016 Fortuner will offer better ride and handling. The new-generation Fortuner is expected to reach Indian showrooms by...
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