Lately, the ASEAN New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) has stringently tested the rigidity and safety system of the Toyota Rush 2018. The test’s result is good as expected - the Rush is rated 5 stars for its safety, based on the 2017 – 2020 rating system.
84.03/100 is the overall score for the Rush in terms of safety assist, child occupancy protection and adult occupancy protection. In both side impact and frontal tests, both the front occupants got effective protection for their knees and heads.
The Rush is rated at 5 stars for its safety, based on the 2017 – 2020 rating system
However, the driver possibly gets minor injuries on their chest and lower legs during a frontal crash. Speaking of protection for children, the Toyota Rush 2018 achieved top mark thanks to its rear-facing kid seats.
The 7-seater also got top scores for its variety of safety systems including seatbelt reminders for the rear, front occupants and driver, hill-start support, car stability control with traction control, an emergency stop signal and anti-lock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution. Besides, the Rush 2018 is also offered 6 standard airbags.
The 7-seater also got top scores for its variety of safety systems
According to the latest car news, the PH-spec Rush will come equipped with all aforementioned safety systems, along with 6 airbags for front side and curtain shield, occupants and the driver.
Now let’s take a look at the up-to-date Toyota Rush 2018 price in the Philippines, drive home and have safe journeys with this excellent car:
|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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