Toyota Rush

Rs 10.0 Lakh*
*Estimated Price New Delhi *Expected Launch - February 2020


Toyota is all set to introduce the second-gen Rush compact SUV in South Africa, another RHD (right-hand drive) market after its initial introduction in Indonesia in 2017. In Indonesia, the Toyota Rush is priced from IDR 239.9 million, which roughly equates to Rs 11.5 lakh here. Price-wise, the body-on-frame Toyota Rush goes up against SUVs like the Hyundai Creta, Renault Captur and the Renault Duster. However, the Rush is unlikely to be introduced by Toyota in the country. here's why

The Toyota Rush is a petrol-only SUV, powered by the same 1.5-litre petrol engine as the Toyota Yaris. The engine makes 104PS of maximum power and 136Nm of peak torque. Unlike the Yaris, which gets a 6-speed manual or CVT, the Rush features a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic transmission. The Rush has a ground clearance of 220mm, which is 10mm more than the Duster's. The Toyota Rush offers features such as LED headlamps, alloy wheels, start/stop button, automatic climate control and touchscreen audio system with rear parking camera.

Toyota Rush models

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Toyota Rush
Manual, Diesel, 0.0 kmpl
Rs 10.0 Lakh*
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    CHANDAN on 15 Oct, 2018
    It is a excellent car having very good features and it is a powerful car and overall very fantastic car. ... 2
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    Sajal Gupta on 01 Aug, 2013
    Look and Style : From the available info, the modern suave and semi-mascular looks (resembling RAV-4, Toyota's another globally popular elite product) are expected to contribute a lot to its popularity, as the bar is already set high ny Renault Duster in the�Look & Style Department. Toyota would score still higher if it is able to offer "non plasticky" inner trims, by use of superior engineering plastics & synthetic fabrics like Hyundai is able to offer in its premium ... 42

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Things We Like in Rush

  • 7-seater - The Toyota Rush gets 3-row seating which not many compact SUVs get
  • Ground clearance - At 220mm, the Toyota Rush’ ground clearance is in the league of bigger SUVs
  • Toyota’s QDR - Since the Rush is a Toyota product, it is bound to be reliable as well

Things We Don't Like in Rush

  • Dilemma over India launch - There is still no clarity whether it is coming to India or not. In fact, Toyota might not launch the Rush in India at all.
  • Styling - The Rush doesn’t look like an imposing SUV from outside despite high ground clearance

CarDekho Verdict

The Toyota Rush belongs to the compact SUV segment, which starts from just under Rs 10 lakh in India but goes all the way up to over Rs 20 lakh. While products like the Hyundai Creta and the Renault Duster sit at the entry level end of this segment, SUVs like the Hyundai Tucson and Jeep Compass sit at the very top. Toyota is currently absent from this space although it has the Innova Crysta MPV that falls within this price bracket.

The Japanese carmaker showed positive intent towards bringing in a product in this segment at the recently concluded Auto Expo 2018 but didn’t give out information about which product it is going to bring to India. The news that the Rush is coming to India has been doing the rounds for quite some time now but it looks like Toyota might have a different plan for our market. There are two reasons we feel Toyota might not bring the Rush to India. One, it is styled more like an MPV rather than an SUV, although it rides quite high. Two, Toyota will have to make a separate production line for the Rush since it rides on a ladder-frame-type chassis that it doesn’t share with either the Innova Crysta or the Fortuner.


Toyota showed three compact SUV concepts last year based on the TNGA platform, which is a modular platform and underpins cars like the Prius and C-HR (compact SUV/crossover). The new generation of the Corolla Altis will also be based on this architecture. Keeping economy of scale in mind, Toyota might want to bring a compact SUV to India based on the TNGA - which leaves us with either the C-HR, the new RAV4, or some other SUV based on the three concepts the carmaker showcased last year.


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Opinion: Why The Toyota Rush Won't Launch In India

Indian buyers have shown a lot of interest in the 2018 Toyota Rush, but why isn’t Toyota launching its Hyundai Creta and Honda BR-V rival in the country? Read Full News

Posted On | September 11, 2018

In Images: 2018 Toyota Rush

Toyota has a brand new compact SUV in its portfolio which could turn out to be a good addition to its Indian lineup!  Read Full News

Posted On | July 11, 2018

2018 Toyota Rush Images Leaked

Just days after the exterior images went live on the Internet, the interior pics from the brochure have leaked too Read Full News

Posted On | November 20, 2017
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