Indus Motor Company has started booking for Pakistan Assembled Toyota Forotuner. Specifications are as following.
1. 2.7 Vvti2. Power Seats3. Leather Seats4. Alloy Rims5. DVD / NAV / BVC6. Wooden Panels7. Fog Lamps8. Multimedia Steeringand Many More.
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This looks like a car showroom on Jail Road not a Toyota dealership.
will these proj lamps fit vigo champ?btw what is the invoice price?
Two unconfirmed news 1.) Lahore launch would be on 23-24 Feb in PC or Royal Palm. 2.) The price is over 5.5 million and close to 6 million.Spoke to 2 Toyota dealers but they don't seem to have a clue about price. IMC hasn't finalized it yet so I guess we have a chance to influence them to set lower price if at launch we all say that in other countries it's price is between 3.7m to 4.2m. Obviously they will sell a lot less vehicles if it's over 5 million.
they are asking advances without telling the price wat the hell is wrong with these ppl? ppl do not book a fortuner without seeing it ....this might be their pricing strategy..... if they get lots of bookings they would price it at 5.5 million.... and deliver god knows wat piece of crap....expect anything from IMC
Yes, one dealer mentioned advance payment to me as well. However he said, "May be IMC will ask for 1 million advance and deliver after mid of March" but he didn't push it because I think he wasn't also sure. You are right, without seeing it no one should book it or pay advance. Looks like IMC is playing games and they want to price it higher but trying to test the market response. They know they will have monopoly in SUV segment by launchingFortuner so trying to cash it as much as they can. That's why it's important that everyone should give reference of prices in India, UAE and Thailand and ask them to price it near 4 million.I just double checked Toyota UAE site and saw 2.7L Fortuner listed around 3.4 million Pakistani rupees. 4.0L model is around 3.8 million. Whereas, Thai and Indian models are around 4 to 4.2 million Pak rupee. Ours shouldn't go over 4.5 million.
aftabjee !!! since you started this thread and posted the pictures can you please confirm the price?
From the interior picture the quality and color of the upper dashboard seems quite similar to the ones in Corolla 2002-2008
It's missing some "spark" somewhere, the impact isn't right.
A good step forward if reasonably priced, but at 50K plus, I'd still stick to a "sesky" Prado 2003-2004.
This vehicle should be priced at MAX 4 -4.3 Mils to make a success story.
Corolla altis price in thailand is 8 lac, and fortuner is 12 lac, Altis in pakistan is available for 2million, so fortuner should not be more than 3 million
this one looks like imported one , who gave imc this stupid advice of brining local assemble fortuner , this market needs hatcback n mid size sedans rather than these suvs , vigo it hit bcoz of guard culture here in pakistan , i dont think fortuner will last long here
starting price in thailand of fortuner 2.7vvti (2wd) Auto is 1264000*2.8= 3539200rsfull option 3.0 auto 4wd is 1447000*2.8= 4051600rs
Well ... they are not going to price it at 3 million for sure but if we get it for 4 million then a lot of people will be happy to buy it. It will be a big hit and IMC will have a lot of sales/profits. And they are not going to price it lower than Vigo at least In most of the countries, if you do the conversion it's under 4 million so let's assume their production cost in Pakistan is high and so are the taxes then they shouldn't go over 4.2 million. That will be a fair price but from the news it looks like they are going for 5+ million. I don't know about others but I will also prefer to buy Prado which is bigger and better and got more options. Fortuner is rather a compact SUV.
Thai baht isnt 2.8 anymore, its reaching near about 3.3~3.5
Hilux / Fortuner problems - 4x4 Community Forum
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heres a link to fortuner rolling problem...plz qoute this to ur dealer so he knows u r aware wat ur purchasing and what price he should be asking for it[/INDENT]
I am having my doubts after reading all this. I did see all this a few months ago and did some research. Toyota haven't introduced Fortuner in Europe or the US just because of this reason. In the US Fortuner's equivalent is 4Runner which is built on a different Chasis/Platform. It's a newer and modified version of Hilux platform. Earlier Hilux/Surf/4Runner used to have same platform but they discontinued it in the US but kept using it for Asia because they couldn't get by the US laws.I don't want to put my family in car that could roll over and which is to be driven most of the time on urban roads and motor ways.
the interior is similar to vigo champ!
it is same interior....even the chasis n some body parts r from vigo