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Toyota Rush Latest Updates

For all those waiting for the Toyota Rush, we’ve got some bad news. Sources close to the manufacturer have confirmed that the Rush will not be launched in India anytime soon. Instead, Toyota might consider launching the C-HR compact SUV. Based on the Diahatsu Terios, the Rush is a seven-seater SUV, much like Honda’s BR-V. So, in case you’re in the market for a seven-seater, your options at the moment include the Maruti Ertiga (the new one is a couple of months away), Mahindra’s new Marazzo, the Honda BR-V as well as the Renault Lodgy.

Toyota Rush Highlights

Sources close to Toyota have confirmed that the Rush will not come to India anytime soon. The three-row SUV was highly anticipated by Indian customers as a credible seven-seat alternative to the BR-V and the Ertiga. The Rush is based on the Daihatsu Terios and was unveiled in November last year.

Rush Specifications

Globally, the Rush is offered with a single engine option. There’s only a 1.5-litre petrol engine that develops 104PS of power and 136Nm of peak torque. Toyota offers a 5-speed manual and a 4-speed automatic for the Rush. There’s no diesel-powered Rush just as yet.

Rush Features

The Toyota Rush is 4435mm long, 1695mm wide and 1705mm tall. To put those numbers into perspective, it’s 21mm shorter and 40mm narrower compared to the Honda BR-V. However, it’s taller by 39mm, and its 2685mm wheelbase is larger by 23mm when compared to the Honda. In terms of design, it looks like a baby Fortuner with its wide grille and flared wheel arches. Design highlights include all LED headlamps, a dollop of matte black cladding and two-tone 17-inch alloy wheels.

The cabin, like most cars from Toyota, chooses function over form. The big highlight, of course, is the fact that the Rush can seat seven in absolute comfort. The global-spec Rush gets features such as a 7-inch touchscreen, automatic climate control, push-button start and an 8-speaker audio system. As far as safety is concerned, the international model gets six airbags, anti-lock brakes with EBD, vehicle stability control and hill start assist as standard.

Toyota Rush Competitors

Renault Lodgy: The Lodgy is a pure utilitarian MPV. It’s huge on practicality and space. And if the wife kicks you out of the house, you can fit a bed in the back. It’s got punch for some fun too, but we doubt you’d be crazy enough to go corner hunting in a van. Are you?

Maruti Suzuki Ertiga: It’s a solid choice in the MPV segment. Reliable mechanicals, frugal powertrains, an extensive service network, strong resale value, compliant ride and an affordable price tag keep it at the top of its game. This is one of those no-brainers.

Toyota Rush Price

Toyota Rush is going to launch in India with an estimated price of Rs. 10 Lakh

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Rush

Q. What is the likely price for Toyota Rush?
  • The expected price of the Toyota Rush is around 10 lakhs. However, the actual price idea would be possible after only the official announcement. So stay tuned for further updates.
Q. When Toyota Rush will be launched?
  • If no plan to launch then why are you advertising it in india from now only ?
  • As of now, Toyota has no plan to launch it in India.
  • Toyota Rush is unlikely to be launched in India.
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Q. Which fuel type is TOYOTA RUSH coming?
  • The 2018 Toyota Rush has been introduced in markets like Indonesia and South Africa, with a launch expected in Thailand too. However, in all these markets, the Rush gets a 1.5-litre petrol engine, good for about 104PS of power and 136Nm of torque. The Toyota Rush appears to be a very logical launch for the Indian market. After all, SUVs are in high demand and the trend is showing no signs of slowing down. Additionally, Toyota doesn't even have an SUV in India below the Fortuner. And buyers have shown strong and sustained interest in the Toyota Rush. The Rush is a 7-seater that has the size quotient on its side, gets an expansive features list and even fared well in the ASEAN NCAP crash tests. However, insider sources have repeatedly stated that the Toyota Rush isn’t coming to India.
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Q. When Toyota Rush will be launched?
  • If no plan to launch then why are you advertising it in india from now only ?
  • As of now, Toyota has no plan to launch it in India.
  • Toyota Rush is unlikely to be launched in India.
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Q. Which fuel type is TOYOTA RUSH coming?
  • The 2018 Toyota Rush has been introduced in markets like Indonesia and South Africa, with a launch expected in Thailand too. However, in all these markets, the Rush gets a 1.5-litre petrol engine, good for about 104PS of power and 136Nm of torque. The Toyota Rush appears to be a very logical launch for the Indian market. After all, SUVs are in high demand and the trend is showing no signs of slowing down. Additionally, Toyota doesn't even have an SUV in India below the Fortuner. And buyers have shown strong and sustained interest in the Toyota Rush. The Rush is a 7-seater that has the size quotient on its side, gets an expansive features list and even fared well in the ASEAN NCAP crash tests. However, insider sources have repeatedly stated that the Toyota Rush isn’t coming to India.
Q. What is the likely price for Toyota Rush?
  • The expected price of the Toyota Rush is around 10 lakhs. However, the actual price idea would be possible after only the official announcement. So stay tuned for further updates.
View More Questions
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