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Toyota Fortuner off-roading video review, CarToq.com road test of 2012 Toyota Fortuner SUV India

This video review of the Toyota Fortuner is brought to you by http://www.CarToq.com Visit us for the latest news, videos, and to ask questions to the CarToq community of car owners and experts. The new Toyota Fortuner is in most ways better than the 2011 variant in all aspects but one - the design from the front. It is a little too tame, we feel. Keep that aside, and the Fortuner 4x4 for 2012 is clearly a more sophisticated, cooler car in almost all respects. here we take the new Toyota Fortuner over some really rough terrain testing out its off road capabilities. we also drive it on tarmac - of course! - to see if it is suitable for those who go off road very rarely. http://www.CarToq.com


 


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