When I first reviewed the Toyota Fortuner – way back in 2016 when it was launched here – I thought it was pretty good: a solid, if unspectacular, seven-seat 4WD. For a ute-based wagon it wasn’t a game-changer, but it was a decent effort.

Since then, Toyota’s given the Fortuner a few slap-and-tickles along the way – including safety upgrades (with AEB) this year – and that’s all been an attempt to keep it relevant, but the Fortuner has never really sold as well as Toyota has hoped it would.

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