The 5 to 7-seater MPV from Toyota,dubbed as the Rush, is considered one of the most notable nameplates in 2018.
The unusual body type stole the spotlight in the Philippine automotive scene due to ech seating capacity which does not sacrifice much of the ground clearance. It's like an SUV, but more affordable, and more compact.
The design, which is inspired by its bigger and older brother Fortuner, is not the only ace of this MPV.
Rather it's getting the buzzword for it's dimension designed ro support both cargo and the members of your family.
That's be the Rush comes in the variants: the 5-seater 1.5 E and 7-seaters 1.5G variants.The Rush sits in between the fortresses of Innova and Avanza -which are considered to giant nameplates in the segment.
What sets it apart is its better-looking appeal compared from the Innova and Avanza. The Rush comes with upswept LED headlamps and a four slat grille, style obseved in the current trend of modern vehicle design.
Meanwhile, the 1.5G variant comes with roof
rails and a neat set of 17-inch wheels.
The interior celebrates a fleet of adjusted steering, and a reverse parking camera.
For its mill, the Rush houses the same engine
Found under the hood of the Avanza. The 1.5liter Dual-VVTi gasoline engine capable of 102 hp and 134Nm of torque will be coupled to either a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic. A bigger and more handsome Avanza, you could say.
To spice up the Rush more,Toyota is offering their latest MPV in six color finishes. You may have it in Black Metallic, Bordeaux Mica, Bronze Mica Metallic, Dark Red Mica Metallic
Silver Mica Metallic or White, depending on how you like it.