Toyota Rush Price in Nepal
In defiance of an extremely firm position in auto world, Toyota still wants to renew its ranks of cars in global market. The clearest and most recent evidence is what the Japanese marque has done with its noted Toyota Rush. Now, we see a completely different Toyota Rush after a plethora of updates on both exterior and interior. Yes, the second-generation Toyota Rush is far sportier, more luxurious and certainly, more powerful than its predecessor.
For starters, the Toyota Rush 2018 exterior is seemingly inspired by its big brother Toyota Fortuner. On the whole, it’s more sporty and appealing than the first-generation model. In truth, Toyota has made a revolutionary alteration on the outside, from the overall size to styling tweaks.
The Rush is stretched out by 230 mm, so it now measures 4,435 mm x 1,695 mm x 1,705 mm (W x L x H). Besides, the wheelbase is also extended to 2,685 mm while the front-rear spacing is worth 1,450 mm. With the aim of remaining characteristics of a real SUV, the lowest ground clearance is as high as 220 mm. All in all, these figures make the new Rush ready to hit the roads comfortably and safely as well as boosting more space for the inside.
The Toyota Rush 2018 interior is more lavish and spacious than that of the old model although it recalls the cabin of the Fortuner and Innova.
Not only that, to make the driver control the SUV with ease, tilt steering feature is added to move up the steering wheel position. If only it came with support telescopic, your steering job would be more effortlessly. Moreover, smart start/stop button, air conditioning double blower and parking cameras linked with the head unit are fully offered in both trims.
Being a 7-seater, the Rush boasts an airy cabin for your entire family and also, for cargo.
Under the bonnet, the Toyota Rush 2018 model packs a 1.5-liter 4-cylinder 2NR-VE engine with Dual VVT-i tuned up from the previous Veloz and Sienta. Owing to this new engine, considerable power of 104 PS can be made at 6,000 rpm together with a peak torque of 136 Nm at 4,200 rpm.
In addition to that, all variants will come completely with:
- 6 SRS Airbags
- Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)
- Emergency Brake Signal (EBS)
- Solid Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and more.
Scheduled to be marketed in 2018, the all-new Toyota Rush promises to be one of the best player in SUV segment in Nepali market.
For those who are planning to buy a new SUV, especially, who are wondering about the Renault Captur, keep patient until the all-new Rush makes its way. Even though this Rush is marketed one level costlier than Renault Captur, it’s worth of your consideration because of its gorgeous goodies.
With a wide array of advanced features pinned on the workhorse, it is certain the all-new Rush can confidently take the fight to other SUVs pegged.
The Toyota Rush is priced at Rs. 59,90,000 in the Nepali market.
|Name||Toyota Rush 2018|
|Ground Clearance||220 mm|
|Curb Weight||1,670 kg|
|Number of Seats||7|
|Engine & Performance|
|Machine Type||2NR-VE, Dual VVT-i|
|Engine Size||1.5 L|
|Number of Cylinders||4|
|Number of Valves||16|
|Diameter x Step||72.5 x 90.6|
|Max Output||104 PS @ 6,000 rpm|
|Max Torque||136 Nm @ 4,200 rpm|
|Fuel System||Electronic Fuel Injection|
|Steering System||MacPherson Strut with Coil Spring and Stabilizer|
|Front Suspension||McPherson Strut with Coil Spring|
|Rear Suspension||5 Link Lateral Rod with Coil Spring and Stabilizer|
Note: Specs and prices information about the all-new Rush that we submit may change at any time.