Used Toyota Rush Cars for Sale in Singapore
The Toyota Rush was actually manufactured by Daihatsu. The Rush/Terios duo are identical, except for the badges you’d find on the vehicle itself. Toyota/Daihatsu went down a very different route with this model, forgoing the typical soft-roader SUV characteristics of its closest competitors, in favour of a surprisingly capable 4WD system.
Second Hand Toyota Rush Specs:
The Rush we’ve come to know was initially made available for sale for MY2007. These cars were never intended to be made available for sale in Singapore officially. As they were parallel imports, these vehicles are in fact Japanese-Spec.
What this entails, is that all of the Toyota Rush models for sale on our classified ads will have come equipped with a 1.5-litre 4 cylinder engine, coupled to a choice of either a 2WD or 4WD drivetrain. If you opt for the Daihatsu version of this model, you’ll get the same engine, but it can only be optioned with a 4WD system with a lockable central differential.
For MY2009 the car received a mild facelift, the car now sporting a new redesigned front bumper, tail lamps, and a refreshed alloy wheel design for the G trim. Fuel economy improvements of up to 5% can also be had for the 2WD automatic model.
Finding The One For You:
As these are capable offroaders, if possible, you should get these cars checked over by a mechanic for signs of serious off-road abuse.
Otherwise, buying a Rush/Terios is fairly straightforward. These are now COE cars, so ensure the unit you’re looking at has been well-taken care of. Original equipment, as is typical of COE cars, may not be what each unit actually has, like infotainment systems, and even whole interiors may have been replaced at some point.
There are 2 versions of these cars, and used car pricing is similar regardless of the variant. A shorter wheelbase version is definitely more maneuverable, though if you really need the extra cargo capacity, a long-wheelbase version is available too!