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2013-07-15 08:27

LTD EDITION FOR SA FANS: Toyota has added R11 000-worth of style enhancements to its Fortuner SUV for local distribution until September 2013.Image: Toyota

Toyota SA has boosted its Fortuner line-up with the addition of a limited-edition derivative focusing on style – the Fortuner LTD Edition.

Available only on the Fortuner three- and four-litre range (raised body and 4x4), it adds several improvements to the standard spec.

'VALUE FOR MONEY'


According to Toyota's Kerry Roodt: “The new LTD Edition focuses on style and functionality while offering sheer value for money. For just a small premium over the standard model (R11 000), customers get features that would cost a whole lot more if individually fitted to the vehicle."

Style enhancements include:
•    Stainless-steel nudge bar with unique branded, LTD Edition badging.
•    Stainless-steel side steps with unique branded, LTD Edition badging.
•    Tow hitch with matt black finish.
•    Boot-sill protector
•    Smokey grey 17” alloy rims.
•    Chromed side mirrors.
•    LTD Edition rear badge.
•    Overlay carpet with “LTD Edition” embroidery.

The Fortuner LTD Edition will be produced at Toyota’s Prospecton plant in Durban from July-September 2013.

Fortuner LTD prices:
Fortuner 3.0 D-4D (raised) - R434 700
Fortuner 3.0 D-4D (raised) a/t - R446 700
Fortuner 4.0 D-4D (raised) a/t - R463 900
Fortuner 3.0 D-4D 4x4 - R482 700
Fortuner 3.0 D-4D 4x4 a/t - R494 900
Fortuner 4.0 D-4D 4x4 a/t LTD Edition - R511 700

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