Toyota Rush 2018 price officially revealed in the Philippines

Updated Sep 23, 2020 | Same topic: Highlights of the Week

The top-of-the-line version of the Toyota Rush 2018 will get a price tag of P1,070,000.

It would be a big mistake if we miss the name Toyota Rush 2018 in the list of the hottest MPVs in the Philippines this year. Besides the much-awaited Xpander and Honda BR-V, the Rush is also enthusiastically welcomed in our country.

According to the latest car news, Toyota PH has officially revealed the price of the Rush to appease the car enthusiasts’ curiosity. Now, just thicken your wallet and keep waiting for an official arrival.

Toyota Rush 2018 front view

Toyota PH has officially revealed the price of the Rush

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The base version - a 1.5E manual will be priced at P948,000 while the automatic will cost you P988,000. It should be noted that the E version is offered with just 5 seats. And if you want to get the top-of-the-range Toyota Rush 2018 with 7 seats, you will have to pay P1,070,000. It comes as no surprise when these numbers are also not much higher than the Xpander’s, further reinforcing the fact that both will go head to head for the same clients.

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Toyota Rush 2018 side view

The base version - a 1.5E manual will be priced at P948,000 while the automatic will cost you P988,000

Besides, options for colors include Black Metallic, White, Bronze Mica Metallic, Bordeaux (unique to the 1.5 G), Silver Mica Metallic and Dark Red Mica Metallic.

Toyota Rush 2018 price in the Philippines
Model  Price
Toyota Rush 1.5 E MT (5 seats)  P948,000
Toyota Rush 1.5 E AT (5 seats)  P988,000
Toyota Rush 1.5 G AT (7 seats)  P1,070,000

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Toyota Rush

<p>The Toyota Rush is Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP)&rsquo;s entry to the local competitive multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) segment. Considering its relatively large size and affordable pricing, the MPV is regarded by some as an entry-level SUV to the Japanese car brand.&nbsp;</p> <p>Thanks to the collaboration between Toyota and Daihatsu, the Toyota MPV is introduced in 2006 as a rebadged Daihatsu Terios. And in 2018, the Japanese carmaker introduced the model in the country which instantly became a hit among Filipino car buyers until this day.</p> <p>There are many SUV-like features that the <strong><a href="" title="Toyota Rush Philkotse Car Guide">Toyota Rush</a></strong> offers such as a relatively high ground clearance rated at 220 mm and its new seating configuration that makes seven as standard across all variants. TMP still offers the same three variants that marketed for various car consumers.</p> <p>Just like most MPVs competing in the country, the 7-seater Toyota small SUV uses a 1.5-liter gasoline engine which can be paired to 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. It is considered as one of the best value for money especially for those who wish for a reliable family car.</p>

From ₱983,000