The 2nd Generation Toyota Rush was introduced in 2012. The 2nd Generation Toyota Rush is a front engine front/four wheel drive mini SUV. The Toyota Rush was developed in collaboration by Toyota and Daihatsu. The Toyota Rush 2nd Generation is also known as the Daihatsu Terios is various regions around the word. The 2nd Generation Toyota Rush featured considerably larger exterior dimensions than the 1st Generation Toyota Rush. It is offered in an option between FWD or AWD. The Toyota Rush 2005 is available in 2 variants X and G. Production of the 2nd Generation Toyota Rush lasted for 11 years, the Toyota Rush was available to purchase in the years 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and the year 2015. The price of the 2nd Generation Toyota Rush was competitive when compared to other models in the same class available in the local market.
The 2nd Generation Toyota Rush features a unique design language. The front end features sharp sleek trapezium styled side swept headlights, a rectangular shaped grille with a chrome accent, a large front bumper with a rectangular air intake and standard fog lights. The rear end features trapezium styled side swept taillights, the spare wheel, and a small rear bumper. All variants of the Toyota Rush 2005 feature identical styling in every aspect. The overall exterior of the 2nd Generation Toyota Rush features a fairly unique design language that allows it to differentiate itself from other cars in its class.
The interior of the 2nd Generation Toyota Rush compromises the use of black plastic trim pieces. The front and rear seats are covered in fabric. Standard features on the X Variant include a trip computer, multifunction steering wheel, Stereo speaker system with CD and AUX input, a 12V power socket, air conditioning, cup holders, power steering, power lock doors and a tachometer. Features on the higher end G variant include a rear roof spoiler, front fog lights, allow wheels and push button start ignition Options include climate control, Xenon headlights and leather upholstery. The overall interior of the 2nd Generation Toyota Rush features a decent amount of interior space in the front but a lack of interior space in the rear for an SUV of its exterior dimensions, it also features a decent level of comfort and refinement.