Checking out the Baby Fortuner: What’s inside the Toyota Rush?

Toyota Rush

The Toyota Rush is the brand’s entry to the local small SUV segment. Here, it competes with other nameplates like the Mitsubishi Xpander, the Honda BR-V, and the Suzuki XL7.

Because of its modern exterior features, the Toyota Rush has earned the nickname “baby Fortuner.” You get a similarly designed front end with an arched hood and an imposing grille. You also have LED lights (front and back, fog lamps, and a high-mount stop lamp at the rear spoiler.


Depending on the variant, the Toyota Rush rides on either 16 or 17-inch wheels.

Compared to its big brother, the Toyota Rush is definitely inferior in terms of length, width, and height. But despite its small size, it promises its owners plenty of practical and flexible space.

Interested to find out what the Toyota Rush looks like from the inside? Join us as we check out its interior.

1. Plenty of hard plastic

As is the case with most entry-level small-sized SUVs, the Toyota Rush offers an abundance of hard and durable plastic. It has plastic trims on the dash, on the door panels, and on the center console.


The plastic trims do come in varying colors and textures which gives the Toyota Rush’s interior quite the premium look. The upper part of the dash is a dark gray plastic while beige plastic accents that resemble a stitched leather pattern can be found on its lower part.

The same beige-colored plastic can also be found on the door handle.

2. A touch of chrome

Toyota also added a few touches of chrome on the dashboard which separates the aforementioned dark gray and beige-colored faux leather plastic trims. The same chrome accents can also be found surrounding the infotainment system as well as on the vehicle’s air-conditioning controls.

3. Decent fabric seats

The Toyota Rush does not offer leather seating. Instead, it has fabric seats that slide, recline, and have height adjustment features.

Its front seats feature decent bolsters that can keep the driver and the front passenger comfortable in both short and long drives. The second-row and third-row seats have their respective headrests, too.

A horizontal pattern creates decent traction so you won’t slide off the seats.

The Toyota Rush is currently offered in three variants with prices ranging from P983,000 to P1,100,000. Those looking for a more affordable option can choose from our selection of second-hard Toyota Rush units here.

Photos from Toyota

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