Toyota Fortuner is currently the most expensive and also the most popular SUV in its segment. Just like Innova and Innova Crysta, Fortuner has also created space for itself and dominates the segment. Previously, it competed directly with Ford Endeavor, but as Ford no longer sells cars in India, Fortuner competes with MG Gloster and Isuzu MU-X SUV in the segment. If you are planning to buy a premium variant of Toyota Fortuner, it would easily cost you over 50 lakh on the road. Toyota also offers a range of official accessories with the Fortuner and here we have a video that shows the same.
The video was uploaded by YD Cars Review on their YouTube channel. In this video, the vlogger talks about all the accessories installed on a Fortuner ready to be delivered to a customer. He starts by talking about door visors or rain guards with chrome. The cost of this door visor is Rs 9,958. Next is the fender mirror, this is also a genuine accessory of Toyota and it costs Rs 11,622. Toyota also offers self-folding ORVMs for Fortuner as accessory and the cost thereof is Rs 4,032.
The customer also opted for side molding with Fortuner branding on it. It is probably a set of four pieces costing Rs 17,560. Next is the chrome trim for the taillights and headlights. They cost Rs 8,282 and Rs 8,000 respectively. There is a Fortuner emblem or nickname on the bonnet of this Fortuner and it costs Rs 2,637. The tailgate gets a chrome trim just below the license plate area . The cost of this accessory is Rs 5,939. The scuff plate is installed on the rear bumper which costs 5,850. A trunk cushion and mat are also installed in this car. The cost of the cushion is Rs 750 and the cost of the trunk mat with Toyota brand is Rs 1,728.
The body cover of this Toyota Fortuner is also offered as an accessory and costs Rs 6,029. The whole car has been given a Teflon coating as well as an anti-rust coating under the body. The cost was around Rs 14,000. All four doors of this Fortuner get illuminated sill plates. The cost is Rs 15,488. A set of welcome door lights have also been fitted. The cost of this accessory is Rs 2,443. 7D mats have been installed in this Fortuner and their cost is Rs 15,000. A body kit has been installed on the front and rear bumpers to enhance the SUV look and this costs around Rs 16,525.
The overall cost of installing the original accessories on this Fortuner is around Rs 1.4 lakh. Would you be willing to spend that much on a bunch of accessories? Let us know. The Fortuner seen here is a premium diesel automatic 4×4 SUV. It is powered by a 2.8-liter turbocharged engine that generates 205 hp and 500 Nm of peak torque. It is available with gasoline and diesel engine options with manual and automatic gearbox options.