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  • Toyota Rush to end Indo production in 2022, replaced by Yaris Cross?

    As the next-generation Toyota Avanza moves on from a rear-wheel drive (RWD) set-up to a front-wheel drive (FWD) set-up, this could spell the end for the Toyota Rush.Indo-spec Rush shownAccording to a report by OtoDriver, the Rush could be killed off once the FWD Avanza debuts around the end of 2021.The Rush currently shares the same platform as the Avanza. With the Avanza being replaced, that could spell the end of the Rush as its donor platform ceases production.According to sources close to th

    CY Foong

    CY Foong

    Dec 16, 2020

  • Now you can purchase your dream Toyota online too

    After Nissan and Subaru announced their online showroom program to adapt with the current extended Movement Control Order (MCO), it’s time for UMW Toyota Motor to follow similar business module. Now you can view and purchase your dream Toyota model with a dedicated online showroom page on their website.The way it works is similar too, just fill and submit the online form with the relevant information, and a dedicated Toyota’s Sales Advisor will be in touch with you as soon as possibl

    Zamil Syaheer

    Zamil Syaheer

    Apr 14, 2020

  • Toyota Rush – Don’t rush into buying one until you read this

    The Toyota Rush is Toyota’s answer to the Honda BR-V. Both models follow the concept of offering a quasi-SUV looking body with seven seats. It’s essentially an MPV for people who don’t want an MPV.Sounds like a great concept, except for one problem, and it’s a very huge one too. The Perodua Aruz is essentially the same as the Toyota Rush, except for some minor details. Both cars are made at the same Perodua plant in Rawang.The Perodua Aruz is, as you would expect, costs a

    Hans

    Hans

    Dec 02, 2019

  • Perodua Aruz vs Toyota Rush, the choice is obvious

    Rebadging is a common practice in the auto industry, as manufacturers often rebadge different models and selling it as theirs.By now, Malaysians are familiar with rebadging, for better or worse.Enter the Toyota Rush, which is essentially a rebadged Perodua Aruz but with a much higher price tag.The top spec Perodua Aruz 1.5 AV has a retail price of RM 77,900, while the Toyota Rush 1.5G retails for RM 98,000.Both SUVs share a 1.5-litre Dual VVT-i four-cylinder petrol engine that does 105

    Eric

    Eric

    Oct 21, 2019