Toyota Astra Motor (TAM) recently introduced the new generation Rush, a new model that aims to challenge the Honda BR-V and Mitsubishi Xpander. The latter is currently only available in Indonesia.
When TAM previewed the car late last year, they withheld the prices, stating that they will announce the price in January 2018.
Prices start from IDR 239.9 million (~RM 67,500) for the base Rush G MT, while the G AT costs IDR 249.9 million (~RM 71,500). As for the Rush TRD Sportivo, the manual will cost IDR 251.3 million (~RM 74,900), while the automatic retails for IDR 261.3 million (~RM77,900).
Compared to the earlier model, the all-new Toyota Rush is generously equipped, boasting 6 airbags, LED headlights, ESC, Hill Start Assist and seat belt reminders.
To recap, the all-new Toyota Rush is powered by a 1.5-litre 2NR-VE Dual VVT-I four-cylinder petrol engine that is paired to either a four-speed automatic or five-speed manual.
Elsewhere, Bangkok Post reported that the all-new Toyota Rush will be headed to Thailand later this year in CBU form.