The Toyota Rush alias Daihatsu Terios has been in production since 1997 in Karawang Japan. The family SUV was also rebadged with a Toyota badge in 1998 when Daihatsu became a subsidiary of Toyota .
Photo: Daihatsu Terios
Photo : Toyota Rush
Toyota then went ahead to brand the Terios as a family car and the Rush as a family car with a sporty orientation. Both cars , which are the same car , sold differently have a 1500cc 2NR - V. E engine with a maximum power of 109 ps .
The rush which is rumoured to be replaced by the Toyota Yaris Cross has been revamped to a second generation seven seater SUV with a length of 4435 mm.
The consumption of the Terios remains to be roughly 15 KM per litre all factors held constant.
Both cars share the same parts and will give you a similar experience behind the wheel , so you shouldn't be afraid of getting the Daihatsu badge since it's just a badge.
The same case of badge branding has been witnessed with cars such as the Toyota Probox and Mazda Familia van, Toyota Passo and Daihatsu boon , Mitsubishi Delica and Nissan Nv200 and the Mazda premacy and Nissan Lafesta .
So would you get a Daihatsu Terios?
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