The 2020 Toyota Hilux and Fortuner have been awarded a 5-star crash check score by the ASEAN NCAP. The mannequin examined by the authorities was a Thailand-spec Toyota Hilux pickup, whose scores additionally apply to the facelifted Fortuner SUV.
Toyota Fortuner facelift crash check outcomes
The Toyota Fortuner facelift’s crash check outcomes had been an extension of the Hilux’s outcomes. The Fortuner was not crash examined and its scores are primarily based on the Hilux’s crash check evaluation. According to ASEAN NCAP, the Fortuner has comparable occupant safety to the examined pickup, primarily based on the technical proof offered by Toyota.
The facelifted Toyota Fortuner obtained an general score of 87.46 factors, giving it a 5-star security score. The Fortuner scored 34.03 factors out of 36 for Adult Occupant Protection (AOP), 43.38 factors out of 49 for Child Occupant Protection (COP) and 13.00 factors out of 18.0 in the Safety Assist Technologies (SATs) class. Its Frontal Impact (14.53) and Side Impact (16.0) outcomes are equivalent to the Hilux’s, however the SUV will get a better 3.50 head safety score to the Hilux’s 2.40.
The weighted score for AOP was 47.27, whereas the COP was 22.13 and SATs was 18.06, including as much as give it the ultimate 87.46 factors for its score.
Toyota Hilux crash check outcomes
The Toyota Hilux used in these crash tests was a Thailand-spec 2.8-litre diesel variant, geared up with three airbags.
In this configuration, the pickup truck scored an general 83.42 factors for its 5-star score. Specifically, it obtained 32.93 out of a most 36 factors for AOP, 44.04 out of 49.00 for COP, and 10.95 out of a attainable 18 in the Safety Assist Technologies (SATs) class. The weighted score of the Hilux for AOP was 45.74, whereas the COP was 22.47 and SATs was 15.21, including as much as give it the ultimate 83.42 factors for its score.
Fortuner facelift and Hilux India launch plans
The Toyota Fortuner facelift is predicted to be launched in India someday in 2021. When the facelifted Fortuner arrives in India, count on its costs to be a good bit greater than that of the present mannequin (which vary from Rs 28.66-34.43 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi).
The Toyota Hilux pickup, in the meantime, is at the moment being evaluated for an India launch. A rival to the Isuzu D-Max V-cross, the Toyota Hilux is predicted to be priced aggressively, beginning at Rs 15 lakh for the entry model of the double cab, with extra luxurious and better-appointed variations prone to be obtainable for round Rs 20 lakh (ex-showroom).
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