The Suzuki XL7, based on the Ertiga platform, has been spotted at the Batangas Port.
New year, new prices for select models in Toyota’s lineup
Numerous car brands offer different financing deals for its valued customers. See which car promo best suits your budget.
The Toyota Rush is has risen to prominence in a short time, and there isn’t too much information about it, so here are a few facts about Toyota’s entry-level SUV.
The Toyota Rush, while not the most impressive, it does make a case for itself with several features and safety standards that it has.
Suzuki recently revealed the newest car in its lineup the XL6. This is Suzuki’s answer to the likes of the BRV and the Rush
Toyota celebrates 31 years in the Philippine market with its Anniversary Extravaganza.
Here’s Suzuki’s answer to the BR-V, Rush, and Xpander.
Good thing Toyota Motor Philippines took immediate responsibility for the situation.
The Toyota Rush is offered in three variants. Now, which of these best suits your needs?
You’re not missing out on the best things that make the Toyota Rush a small MPV powerhouse.
Filipinos are addicted to seven-seaters. In fact, four of the best-selling cars in the Philippines in 2018 have seven seats.
If you’re choice is Toyota and are limited to P1-million, then these are your top choices to maximize your budget.
The Philippine-spec Toyota Rush comes in 5-seat and 7-seat variants, with the 5-seater having a significantly lower price than the range-topper.
The Rush, just like any other Toyotas launched this year, offers a solid safety package down to its cheapest trim.
The 5-seater variant of the Rush is actually a wiser choice if you don’t need seven seats. Here’s why.
Good things come to those who wait, especially for those who kept requesting for this video.
It’s the seven-seater that most of you have been waiting for.
Let’s take a trip down memory lane and find out where it all began.
Hot cars for the win to up the market.