Locally, the Toyota Rush has got to be one of the most popular models sold by the Japanese automaker, in fact, this model quickly cemented its position as one of the best-selling nameplates in the brand’s local lineup. The entry-level SUV has indeed received much love from Filipino buyers given its attainable pricing which gives you that 7-seat capacity, a decent amount of features, and most importantly, that Toyota reliability. With the E grade being limited to the 5-seat configuration, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has then decided to upgrade its current line, with the E grade receiving necessary updates such as the availability of the 7-seat configuration and a reverse camera.
Given this notable upgrade, buyers now won’t have to step all the way up to the G grade just to acquire that 7-seat capacity, unlike before wherein both of the entry-level and mid-variant are only limited to the five-seat configuration. Now, apart from the maximized sitting capacity, the E trims of the Toyota Rush now gets a reverse camera as standard, giving drivers that ease and confidence while backing up.
Gladly, the upgrade, therefore, makes the Rush variant range an entire 7-seat lineup. Moreover, the model shall also retain its status of being that modern, stylish, spacious, efficient, yet reasonably priced family vehicle, ideal for those who want to enjoy the SUV experience without breaking the bank.
The improved Toyota Rush 1.5 E retails at P1,023,000 for the AT, while its MT variant is available for P983,000. Its range-topping G, on the other hand, is still priced at P1,100,000.