In case you missed it, the updates that we said the Rush was set to receive were the addition of third-row seats and a reversing camera to the base E AT and E MT variants. With the confirmation from TMP, the Rush is now officially a seven-seater across the range.
“We at Toyota continuously listen to the requests of our customers to make improvements in our cars,“ said TMP Vehicle Sales Operations first vice president Sherwin Chualim. “The Rush is a favorite family vehicle, and with the Filipino’s close-knit and often extended family, we added the third row to bring the joy of moving together to more members.”
Our initial price list also seems to have checked out, as TMP did end up increasing the E variants’ prices by P15,000. For the official prices, you can see them again below:
2020 Toyota Rush
- Toyota Rush E MT - P983,000
- Toyota Rush E AT - P1,023,000
- Toyota Rush G AT - P1,100,000
“As our thrust of advancing mobility for all becomes more relevant especially at this time when safe transportation with social distancing is essential, we aim to provide more options to Filipino customers, and give them the best value,” Chualim added.
And as we also previously mentioned, these updated Rush variants will be available on November 26, 2020, so that means you can already ask your nearest dealer about this in case you’re in the market for one.
What do you think of these changes to the Rush’s lineup? Will you now opt for these over the top-spec G variant, or is the top-of-the-line trim still the one you prefer? Share your two cents in the comments.