Toyota Rush 2018 to be launched on 30th August


According to our sources, the Indus Motor Company is all set to introduce the second-gen Toyota Rush 2018 in Pakistan on 30th August 2018.

The all-new Rush will be launching on 30th August. The first few hundred units are going to be CBUs. It is not clear whether Toyota Pakistan will assemble it locally or keep selling it as a completely built unit. The car will come with a smart entry and push-start button. Rush will come equipped with electronically powered steering and will have a turning radius of 5.2 meters. The steering wheel itself has multimedia controls on it. The factory audio unit is a 7″ touch display head unit that supports DVD, USB, AUX, and Bluetooth. The unit also works with Apple Carplay. Digital climate control with a vent for rear passengers is also part of the long list of features.

Check Out: Toyota Rush Specifications

As written in the previous blog, it will be 4-speed automatic transmission with a 1.5-liter petrol engine. Safety-wise, you will get features such as ABS, Vehicle Stability Control, Traction Control, Brake Assist, and Hill-start Assist. There are two alloy wheels options: 16- and 17-inch.

Moreover, Toyota Rush 2018 will be available in as many as six colors.

The new MPV/mini-SUV by Indus Motors is rumored to be priced at PKR 3 – 3.5 million. Keep in mind it is just a speculation for now, and we will update our readers as soon get a confirmation.

The spy shots of the upcoming Rush are here and we at PakWheels have got you covered.

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  1. U mean to say BRV has got class ? :thinking:

  2. Obviously BRV is a outcome of Honda Brio. And so is Toyota Rush a cheap product.

    People saying it can compete against Vitara are comparing horses donkeys and zebras.

    Terios or Rush are cheap products from toyota to cater the Indonesian Asian market. They might look good but they just serve the purpose.

    In pictures the rush looks wider maybe seating is comfier. But still it cannot beat the comfort of Toyota premium product I.e Corolla.

    Yes it might be par with Avanza, Yaris, Vios etc.

  3. Class? CLASS?

    C-L-A-S-S.

    ASTAG-FERULLAH.

    if honda got class thn i am god damn thanos.

  4. Once again pakwheel bloggers have lost credibility. Of all the heavily discussed "comming soon" cars in the last 1 year, none of them has actually been launched. And this car comes out of the blue. The "experts" are no more well informed than us.

  5. Of all the people I talk to I find two extremes regarding BR-V. People who need a seven seater loves it as it has solved a big problem of having a reasonable vehicle for moving large families. People who hates it are the typical grande/civic lovers who somehow cannot understand that moving seven people is more important than luxuries of a sedan.

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