Updated Toyota Rush now available at dealers
The updated Rush still wears the current-generation exterior, but is now offered with a third seat to accommodate seven passengers.
TMP has also slapped a Reverse Camera to the E grade, a technology that was previously made available only in the G variant.
TMP First Vice President on Vehicle Sales Operations Sherwin Chualim claimed that the improvements were made following requests from their clients.
"We at Toyota continuously listen to the requests of our customers to make improvements in our cars. The Rush is a favorite family vehicle, and with the Filipino’s close-knit and often extended family, we added the third row to bring the joy of moving together to more members," he said.
"As our thrust of advancing mobility for all becomes more relevant especially at this time when safe transportation with social distancing is essential, we aim to provide more options to Filipino customers, and give them the best value,” Chualim added.
All variants of the Toyota Rush also retain the model's most-wanted key features like the high 220 mm ground clearance, 7-inch infotainment system, back sonar, plus safety features like six SRS airbags, anti-lock brake system, vehicle stability control, and more. Each unit comes with the Toyota Sure Advantage of providing quality, durability and reliability; fulfilling ownership; great value; and technologies that matter.
The Toyota Rush has already made its mark in the local market following its introduction some two years back. Last year, more than 15,000 units of the Toyota Rush were rolled out—making it the best-selling entry SUV model in 2019.
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