Review: Toyota Fortuner (2005)
Chunky SUV with strong 3.0 litre diesel engine and auto option.
Toyota doesn't sell it in the UK. Rear seats fold up and to the sides like Previa, blocking rear 3/4 view. The most aggressively driven vehicle in Thailand.
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