Toyota Rush TRD accessories are offered individually and customers can opt to fit all these accessories to Rush after delivery also
Toyota officially introduced second generation Rush in South African market last month. Now the company has introduced TRD accessories for Rush to make the model more sporty. The Japanese manufacturer offer individual accessories and customers can also opt to fit all these accessories to Rush after delivery.
The Toyota Rush TRD Accessories include new sporty front bumper, faux skid plates, faux diffuser at rear along with TRD mouldings, TRD decals for second row and boot, TRD designed special fog lamp covers. Toyota had offered TRD accessories with previous generation Fortuner in India and it was popular among customers for its sporty look.
The new generation Rush was first introduced in Indonesia last year along with TRD accessories and South African model is imported from Indonesia but the company took one month to introduce TRD accessories in African market. Apart from aesthetics, the Japanese manufacturer doesn’t offer any mechanical updates.
Toyota Rush is powered by 1.5 L four cylinder petrol engine producing 104 PS of power at 6,000 rpm and 136 Nm of torque at 4, 200 rpm. The power is sent to rear wheels via 5 speed manual gearbox and 4 speed auto. The company is not offering four wheel drive system with Rush but some of the competitors offer four wheel drive system.
The Rush comes with long list of features like touch screen infotainment system but misses out Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, dual zone climate control, push button, key less entry, parking sensors, automatic wiper and headlamps, leather seats, cruise control, 17 inch alloy wheels, LED headlamp, LED tail lamp and more.
Toyota is yet to confirm whether the company will bring new generation Rush to India as the Japanese manufacturer has been studying the market for so long and they are yet to make up their mind. But the segment offer lots of volume and Toyota branding could help Rush to get good sales like the Yaris in C-segment, even though it was late to market.