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Honda BR-V vs Toyota Rush Comparison

Honda BR-V vs Toyota Rush

Find below the detailed car comparison of Honda BR-V and Toyota Rush, based on price, specifications, & other features. We have the Honda BR-V priced at ₱1.04 - ₱1.16 Million, while Toyota Rush is priced at ₱968,000 - ₱1.1 Million . If we compare the technical specifications, Honda BR-V houses 1497 cc engine whereas Toyota Rush engine displacement stands at 1496 cc.

Overview Honda BR-V Toyota Rush
Brand
SRP*
(Manila)
₱1.04 Million ₱968,000
User Rating
Available Color(s)
BR-V Colors
Rush Colors
Fuel Type
Gasoline
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Gasoline
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Vehicle Type
Crossover
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SUV
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₱28000
EMI₱22379
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EMI₱20419
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Photo Comparision

  • Headlight
  • Wheel
BR-V Headlight
BR-V Headlight
BR-V Images
Rush Headlight
Rush Headlight
Rush Images
BR-V Wheel
BR-V Wheel
BR-V Images
Rush Wheel
Rush Wheel
Rush Images

User Review Comparison

Honda BR-V
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    Claude Nov 04, 2020 for Honda BR-V

    For those who feel like the Honda Mobilio is too functional and a bit mundane to look at (I belong to this category of people), thankfully Honda has given us Read More

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    Duccio Oct 29, 2020 for Honda BR-V

    While the Honda BR-V might look all decent with its design, don’t judge it by its looks. The car does a fair deal when it comes to writing and gives Read More

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    Huskar Sep 01, 2020 for Honda BR-V

    I am a proud owner of this car. Practically I feel there is nothing much to complain about. The car just rolls on the ground. Performance wise it is just Read More

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    Duccio Aug 26, 2020 for Honda BR-V

    One of my most expensive purchases, Honda BR-V has been worth every single penny to me. The level of comfort provided by this car is by far the best thing Read More

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    Amihan Jul 02, 2020 for Honda BR-V

    I was on the lookout for a car that could be a fit for my family of six. Plus, I did want to invest a huge amount of money on Read More

Toyota Rush
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    Macario Nov 13, 2020 for Toyota Rush

    Ever since I bought the Toyota Rush, I always thankful to my friend for choosing the car. It is one of the safest and SUV I have ever seen. The Read More

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    Aiden Oct 15, 2020 for Toyota Rush

    I have driven quite a few MPVs, but Mitsubishi and Toyota Rush are my favorites. In fact, I even own a Toyota Rush and I had purchased it out of Read More

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    Henry Sep 18, 2020 for Toyota Rush

    If you are looking for a family package MUV that delivers great value for money, then I think there is no better alternative in the Philippines market than the all-new Read More

  • J
    Jo Ma Sep 12, 2020 for Toyota Rush

    This is the car i've ever wanted! Very light to drive with. Love listening the music while driving coz its sounds is so perfect. Even preferred just staying inside to Read More

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    Ubaldo Ullrich Sep 11, 2020 for Toyota Rush

    I wanted an MPV which feels robust and easy to maintain in terms of long terms usability and practicality. The Toyota Rush, in that sense, appeared to be an obvious Read More

From The Experts

  • Pros
  • Cons
Honda BR-V

Compared to the sober-looking Honda Mobilio on which it is based, the Honda BR-V looks more rugged and sporty, which makes it a more viable choice for the current generation potential UV buyers. The raised stance, side body cladding, tweaked front and rear looks, as well as roof rails, do give the Honda BR-V better visual appeal over the Honda Mobilio.

Since it is based on the Honda Mobilio, which has already sent the benchmark in its category when it comes to space, the Honda BR-V too has the same levels of space inside the cabin. The rugged MUV has the same amount of legroom, headroom, shoulder room, and knee room, thus making the Honda BR-V a preferred choice for those who wish to ferry seven passengers at one time.

Toyota Rush

The new Toyota Rush is far more striking and modern to look at compared to the dull and old school looking previous generation model. With features like angular LED headlamps and front bold chrome grille at the front and sleek LED tail lamps at the rear, the new Toyota Rush is definitely a vehicle from present generation aimed at Gen-Y buyers. Not only this, the presence of side body cladding and roof rails do manage to add some macho appeal to the new Rush. 

With the presence of an additional third row of seats, the new Toyota Rush gives the flexibility of a seven-seater, which the previous generations of Rush simply didn’t offer. The two extra seats not only are able to accommodate two extra passengers but also aid in flexible seating configurations, opening up extra boot space as and when required. Apart from this flexibility in space, the new Toyota Rush also has few more bottle and cup holders in the cabin, thus increasing the practicality of it.

Like all the other UVs from Toyota, the Rush feels solidly put together with indestructible build quality despite catering to entry-level buyers. This strong build and nice fit and finish make it reliable to use for a longer run. 

Honda BR-V

Honda has tweaked the BR-V very extensively at the front and rear as compared to the Mobilio on which it is based. However, step inside the cabin, and one might feel disappointed by the fact that Honda hasn’t carried out the same effect on the inside as well. The dashboard, as well as equipment list, has completely been lifted off from the Mobilio without any significant change. And considering that it is positioned alongside many compact SUVs and crossovers in the market, the BR-V lacks many new features which do reduce the appeal of it.

The Honda BR-V carries a premium of almost PHP 100,000 over the Mobilio on which it is based. Since the BR-V carries only exterior visual differences over Mobilio, and no changes to the equipment list, interior cabin layout, and engine and chassis specifications, the price difference seems a lot in actual and not much justified.

The Honda BR-V is powered by the same 1.5-litre petrol engine which is there in the Honda City as well as Mobilio. However, considering that it weighs more than both these cars, it would have been better if Honda had tweaked the engine in the BR-V with added power and torque.

Toyota Rush

As striking the new Toyota Rush looks on the outside, the interior cabin of the MUV feels very simple and could have styled in a much more modern and eye-catching manner. The dashboard feels very staid and boring for a car of this class, with a too subtle approach in designing the instrument console and center panel of the dashboard diluting the overall premium feel of the Rush on the inside.

The 1.5-litre petrol engine with which the Toyota Rush is fitted with is not as exciting as the figures on paper. Thanks to its MUV stance, the power delivery from the engine feels linear, which seems comfortable but is not too involving in overall driving feel. 

Technical Specifications
Dimensions & Capacity
Seating Capacity 7 5
No Of Doors 5 5
Length 4453 mm 4435 mm
Width 1735 mm 1695 mm
Height 1666 mm 1705 mm
Wheel Base 2662 mm 2685 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity (litres) 42 L 45 L
Cargo Volume 223 L 514 L
Engine Details
Engine 1.5L Gasoline Engine, 4 Cylinder 16 Valve SOHC 1.5L Gasoline Engine, In-line 4 Cylinder 16 Valve DOHC
No Of Cylinders 4 4
Valves Per Cylinder 4 4
Valve Configuration SOHC DOHC
Transmission
Gear Box Variable Speed 5-Speed
Transmission Type CVT Manual
Performance
Fuel Type Gasoline Gasoline
Engine Displacement 1497 cc 1496 cc
Power 118 hp 102 hp
Torque 145 Nm 134 Nm
Suspension & Brakes
Front Suspension MacPherson Strut MacPherson Strut
Rear Suspension Torsion Beam Multi-Link
Wheel & Tyre
Tyre Size 195/60 R16 215/65 R16
Tyre Type Radial Radial
Wheel Size R16 R16
Alloy Wheel Size 16 Inch 16 Inch
Steering
Turning Radius 5.6 m 5.2 m
Steering Gear Type Rack & Pinion Rack & Pinion
Adjustable Steering Column Yes Yes
Steering Column Tilt Tilt & Telescopic
Steering Type Electric Power Power
Safety & Security
Security
Smart Access Card Entry
Anti-Theft Alarm
Power Door Locks
Engine Immobilizer
Anti Theft Device
Central Locking
Safety
Anti-Lock Braking System
Parking Sensors
Driver Airbag
Passenger Airbag
Rear Seat Belts
Seat Belt Warning
Door Ajar Warning
Crash Sensor
Child Safety Locks
Side Impact Beams
Front Impact Beams
Day & Night Rear View Mirror
Rear Camera
Ebd
Engine Check Warning
Vehicle Stability Control System
Features
Miscellaneous
Leather Seats
Fabric Upholstery
Digital Clock
Digital Odometer
Electronic Multi Tripmeter
Leather Steering Wheel
Tacho Meter
Headlamp Type Halogen LED
Comfort
Air Conditioner
Power Steering
Rear A/C Vents
Engine Start/Stop Button
Accessory Power Outlet
Foldable Rear Seat
Adjustable Seats
Low Fuel Warning Light
Automatic Climate Control
Rear Reading Lamp
Rear Seat Headrest
Heated Seats - Rear
Cup Holders-Front
Bottle Holder
Multi-function Steering Wheel
Electric Folding Rear View Mirror
Folding Table Rear
Heater
Height Adjustable Driver Seat
Keyless Entry
Power Windows Front
On Board Computer
Entertainment & Communication
FM/AM/Radio
Speakers Front
Speakers Rear
Integrated 2DIN Audio
Bluetooth Connectivity
USB & Auxiliary Input
Touch Screen
Exterior
Centrally Mounted Fuel Tank
Front Brake Type Ventilated Discs Ventilated Discs
Rear Brake Type Drums Drums
Adjustable Headlights
Alloy Wheels
Fog Lights Front
Integrated Antenna
Manually Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror
Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror
Power Antenna
Rear Window Defogger
Rear Window Wiper
Removable Convertible Top
Roof Rail
Wheel Covers

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