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Key Specifications and Styling Features of the New Toyota Rush

Key Specifications and Styling Features of the New Toyota Rush

As it enters the compact SUV segment, the new Toyota Rush is sure to keep car owners on their toes until its launch. The internet is already showing specifications and features that car users can expect in this vehicle. Whether you are journeying with your family on city roads or are driving on the outskirts of town, the new Toyota Rush comes with automatic and manual transmission and is sure to meet any driver’s expectations.

Variants of the Toyota Rush

The Toyota Rush is available in the following models.

  • 5-liter City 5-Manual
  • 5-liter Urban5-Manual
  • 5-liter City 4-Auto
  • 5-liter Urban 4-Auto

Specifications of the Toyota Rush

As far as the engine specifications of the Toyota New Rush are concerned, it comes powered with a 1.5 liter and four-cylinder petrol engine producing 104 bhp and 140 Nm of torque. The engine coordinates with the five-speed manual or four-speed automatic gearbox that provides power to the wheels.

Features of the Toyota Rush

Exterior

In terms of styling and design of the exterior, the Toyota Rush looks outstanding as the front grille sports four chrome slats which resemble the Innova. On the other hand, the LED DRLs and the LED headlights are similar to those you come across in the Honda CR-V. The front bumper of the vehicle is sleek and attractive with dedicated rectangular slots for placing the circular fog lamps. The Rush has a ground clearance of 220 mm, which makes it look like a complete SUV.

Interior

The new Toyota Rush packs in a new dashboard layout, soft-touch materials, and beige trims. With the dual-tone treatment, the vehicle sports a new and refreshing look. Furthermore, the instrument console includes white and blue backlighting. Finally, the new model comes with three large cup holders without the center armrest. A few of the features of the interior are as follows.

  • Keyless entry
  • Six speakers
  • Bluetooth/Aux/USB support
  • Start/Stop button
  • Multi-function and leather-strapped steering wheel
  • Leather-wrapped gear knob
  • Dual front SRS airbags
  • Rear AC blower
  • 3-point SLRx2 pretensioner and force limiter seat belts
  • Anti-Brake System and Electronic Brake Distribution
  • Child-safety door lock
  • ISOFIX child seat anchors

When choosing the color variants of the Toyota Rush, you are to come across white, black metallic, grey metallic, black metallic, and champagne metallic.

Snapshot of Features

The seven-seat configuration of the Toyota Rush is going to compete with some of the toughest competitors in the Southeast Asian market. With the vehicle drawing inspiration from the FT concept of Daihatsu, the overall image is impressive.

The front bumper of the vehicle is pretty sturdy with round-shaped fog lamps and the bonnet having specific character lines getting into the badge of Toyota present in the second horizontal grille slat. Read the following to know more.

  • The side profile of the car has a long glass house and the roof meets the rear portion of the car without slanting too much.
  • The large alloy wheels are hard to overlook.
  • When you move into the back of the vehicle, the integrated roof spoiler, the crafted tailgate structure, the attractive rear bumper, and the wraparound tail lights appear especially attractive.
  • The seven-seater SUV measures 1695 mm in width, 1705 mm in height, and 4435 mm in length.

The Toyota Rush stays packed with a 1496 cc engine and four-cylinder petrol engine producing a maximum power of 104 PS at 6000 p and 136 Nm at 4200 rpm. The model is set to be priced in a budget-friendly manner and the classy look of the vehicle is sure to set the hearts of car lovers on fire with loads of features and the safety of six airbags. The four-speed automatic gearbox can be noted in the top model. Undoubtedly, the Toyota is one of the most awaited cars in the Indian market.


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by Harvey Carr // Harvey Carr is a contributor to Businessing Magazine.

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