Legender 4x4 – Feedbacks Considered

Legender 4x4 – Feedbacks Considered

The most awaited 4x4 is here. Considering the feedback of the trail travelers the all new Legender now arrives in four wheel drive. We at Car Lelo now bring best deals on Legender for our precious customers. The most significant change is the addition of four-wheel drive to the Fortuner Legender, which was previously only available with two-wheel drive. Low range, hill descent control, and a lockable differential are all standard features on the Fortuner 4x4. 

Aside from the badge for Toyota's four-wheel drive system on the tailgate, the 4x4 model is similar to the 4x2. The cabin is nearly the same as well, with the most apparent difference being the addition of the 11-speaker JBL audio system, which was previously only available on four-wheel drive variants of the basic Fortuner.

The same 204hp, 500Nm, 2.8-litre turbo-diesel engine powers the Legender 4x4. The unit comes equipped with a 6-speed automatic transmission; unlike the ordinary Fortuner, the Legender does not have a manual transmission or a petrol engine. 

The rest of the equipment list is the same as on the Legender 4x2, with 18-inch alloy wheels, quad-LED headlights, sequential turn indicators, a motorised tailgate with hands-free opening, an 8.0-inch touchscreen, linked car tech, a wireless phone charger, and more. 

All Fortuner models include seven airbags, ABS, stability control, hill start assist, and traction control as standard equipment.

The exteriors include Catamaran-style front and rear bumpers with Sequential Turn Indicators and Piano Black radiator grilles. The Fortuner Legender 44 is only available in Pearl white with a black roof and dual-color Maroon and Black tones. 

Toyota has equipped the Legender 44 with dual-tone interiors, kick sensors for power back doors, contrast stitching for the console box and steering wheel, rear USB ports, and wireless charging for consumers searching for luxury as well as greater performance in their SUVs. 

The cabin appears to be the 42 augmented by an 11-speaker JBL audio system.

Since the Fortuner makeover, the SUV has been the most costly in the sector, and with the arrival of the new Legender 4x4 variation, it is still the most expensive vehicle on the market. Rivals include the MG Gloster (Rs 29.98 lakh-37.68 lakh) and the Isuzu MU-X (Rs 33.38 lakh-35.34 lakh), with the Ford Endeavour being discontinued after Ford ended production in India.

A 3.72 lakh rupee price increase from the 42 version compensates for it, as do several special new features. This predicts that the on-road price in several places will be about Rs 50 lakhs. For best deals and discounts on Toyota Cars tune in to Car Lelo.

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