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Toyota Lanka says big demand for SUV ‘Rush’


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Toyota Lanka Ltd., the sole authorised distributor for Toyota vehicles in Sri Lanka proudly announces the success of its recently introduced SUV, the Toyota ‘Rush’. The 7-seater vehicle which was launched in Sri Lanka a few months ago has seen exponential growth in demand coming in from all corners of the island.

The all-new Rush which is also becoming increasingly popular in the Asian vehicle market, is designed to provide comfort, performance and versatility, all at an affordable price. At an introductory price of just Rs. 7,995,000 this versatile vehicle is much sought after for its impressive range of features.

The 2018 Toyota Rush version comes with LED head lamps and tail lamps, electronically retractable mirrors with LED turn indicators, 17-inch alloy wheels, a shark-fin antenna, and a rear spoiler that adds to the rugged exterior look. On the interior, the effectively positioned steering wheel carries mounted controls to operate the infotainment system in a cabin that blends strength with elegance. It even has Dual AC and 13 cup holders, making it ideal for large families and young adventure seekers who enjoy travelling and exploring.

However the market-winning attribute of this stunning SUV is its 7 seat configuration. The seats are foldable ensuring that seating options can be changed depending on your requirement. The foldable seats also contribute towards additional storage space, making it the ideal outdoor vehicle as well.

The power and drivability that comes from the 1.5ltr Dual VVTI engine combined with a rear wheel drive platform, assisted by Vehicle Stability Control, Hill Start Assist, Traction Control, Electronic Brake Distribution creates a feeling of confidence in any driver. An impressive ground clearance of 220mm and best in class submersion height (wading depth) of 600 mm provides a unique advantage in your adventures be it in the city or countryside while providing best in class safety endorsed by its ASEAN NCAP five-star rating.

The second batch of Toyota Rush vehicles recently arrived at Toyota Plaza and was delivered to customers who have been eagerly awaiting its arrival. Speaking at the ceremony Toyota Lanka Managing Director Shungo Yoshioka said, “Toyota Lanka has been overwhelmed by the positive response from our customers for the all-new Toyota Rush. We strongly believe that the vehicle market in Sri Lanka has welcomed this competitively priced SUV for its features, specifications and best-in-class performance.” “The Rushcomes with a total new exterior and interior, with more features compared to its predecessor and we see many customers from all walks of life simply loving what this vehicle has to offer. This SUV delivers on its promise of being fully-equipped and multi-functional. It also comes at a great price and value for money, backed with the unmatched Toyota warranty of three years/100,000km and an unparalleled after-sales service,” said Toyota Lanka Director/COO Manohara Atukorala.

 


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