Impatient to Apply for the Toyota Rush 2021? Take a peek first at this row of features!

Impatient to Apply for the Toyota Rush 2021? Take a peek first at this row of features!

The Toyota Rush 2021 facelift was launched in the Philippines recently. Toyota Motor Philippines officially introduces this Toyota Rush refresh for its local market. Judging from the outside, the Toyota Rush doesn’t have many significant changes. But reportedly, significant changes can be seen from the cabin.

The Toyota Rush 2021, especially for the E variant in the Philippines, now gets additional seats in the third row. With this additional seat, all variants of the Toyota Rush have three rows of seats and can accommodate up to seven passengers in it. In addition, reportedly there are also some additional features embedded in this 2021 Toyota Rush. Are you curious about the new features of this car? Just take a look at the following information!

Features of Toyota Rush 2021

Reportedly, Toyota will add several features to the 2021 Toyota Rush, call it the rearview camera feature for the E variant. In addition, there are also standard safety features for all variants, such as 6 airbags, ABS braking system, and Vehicle Stability Control.

As a comparison, let’s take a look at the features of the harga Toyota Rush today. For entertainment and communication features, Toyota Rush relies on a 7-inch touch screen head unit that can be used to play DVD and AVX complete with internet and multitasking support.

Meanwhile, to ensure the comfort of drivers and passengers, several supporting features are also embedded, and one of them is air conditioning. The air conditioner on the Toyota Rush uses the Digital Display format so it is more modern. In addition, this car also has a power outlet so passengers don’t have to worry when their cellphones run out of power.

The steering wheel also uses the Tilt position setting so that it is more flexible. Not only that, the Toyota Rush steering wheel also has a multi-function button for adjusting the head unit, as well as a power steering feature that makes handling easier. To make it easier for drivers, the Toyota Rush is also equipped with the Engine Start / Stop Button and Smart Keyless Entry features.

Toyota Rush

Turning to its safety features, this Toyota Rush can be said to have quite capable safety features. As an active safety feature, this car is equipped with an Anti-lock Braking System, Brake Assist, and Electronic Brake Distribution.

Then, to simplify the parking process, this car is also equipped with a rear parking sensor and a rearview camera. Not only that, to maintain car stability while driving, as well as to maintain the car’s position when on an incline and descent, the Toyota Rush is also equipped with the Vehicle Stability Control System and Uphill and Downhill Assist Control feature.

Then for its own passive safety features, the Toyota Rush is equipped with a seat belt and 6 SRS Airbags. In order to ensure the safety of child passengers, this car is also equipped with the Child Safety Locks feature and ISOFIX seat arrangement. As an additional safety, this car also has an Engine Immobilizer.

A Brief History of the Toyota Rush

Toyota Rush is an SUV product that was created as a result of Toyota’s collaboration with Daihatsu, a twin with Daihatsu Terios.

After its launch, this car has successfully become one of the most popular compact SUV models in Indonesia. Toyota Rush itself first appeared in Indonesia in 2006, not long after the release of the Toyota Avanza and Daihatsu Xenia.

At the start of its existence, the Toyota Rush might look the same as the Daihatsu Terios, but it turns out that these two cars have several differences. The Daihatsu Terios is made in a 7-seater configuration while the Toyota Rush is made in a 5-seater configuration. The presence of the Toyota Rush in Indonesia has succeeded in increasing the sales of Toyota SUVs from 3,000 units per year to 30,000 units per year.

Three years after their debut in Indonesia, to be precise in 2009, the Toyota Rush and Daihatsu Terios received a facelift from Toyota and Daihatsu. At that time, changes made to this car only covered the exterior, such as changes to the grille with a transverse line in the middle of the logo, fog lamps or fog lamps, and the addition of bumper guards on the front and rear.

Then in 2010, to be precise in October, the Toyota Rush received a minor facelift again. At that time, the Toyota Rush presented a new variant, namely the Toyota Rush G with a choice of automatic transmission. In addition, several changes to the body were made, for example, a denser grille, replacement of the taillights, and a bumper with a new pattern. In this new model, the Toyota Rush also gets an additional roof rail and wider tires to add an aggressive impression.

Toyota Rush then offered a new variant in 2013. At that time, the new variant offered was the Toyota Rush TRD Sportive. When viewed from a design perspective, the Toyota Rush TRD Sportive is still the same, but this variant has received various improvements compared to the previous version. One of them is on the exterior, where this variant undergoes changes to the spoiler and the front and rear bumper designs.

Then in 2015, the Toyota Rush again received changes that were considered more modern. Changes made are in the grille, bumper, and the use of LED lights for the front and rear. In addition, the wheel design has also been changed to a 16-inch Alloy Wheel Polisher so that it looks sportier.

In 2016, the Toyota Rush received another change. Changes made are in the configuration of the car, which now applies a 7-seater configuration or can accommodate up to seven passengers. In addition, the Toyota Rush TRD Sportive variant was also upgraded to the Toyota Rush TRD Sportive Ultimo. This latest variant already uses a new front and rear suspension in the form of a New Shock Absorber and TRD’s typical Dual Rate Coil Spring so that it can provide more comfort and more stability when driving at high speeds.

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