Toyota Rumion Price 2023, Features, Colours, Reviews

Toyota Rumion has been launched in the Indian market.

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Toyota Rumion Price: 

Its price in the Indian market starts at 1.019 million rupees and goes up to 1.368 million rupees ex-showroom. Bookings for it commenced in the Indian market from September 8, 2023, with a booking amount of just 11,000 rupees. You can make the booking through the online website or by visiting your nearest Toyota showroom.

Toyota Rumion Features:

As per the configuration, it comes with a 7-inch digital instrument cluster and features like wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Additionally, it also boasts smart car connectivity technology. Other highlights include automatic climate control, cruise control, premium leather seats, and a dashboard design with wood finish.

On the safety front, the top variant of the Toyota Rumion comes equipped with four airbags, ABS with EBD, electronic stability control, reverse parking camera with sensors, and Isofix child safety features.

Toyota Rumion Colours: 

  • Cafe White
  • Enticing Silver
  • Rustic Brown
  • Conic grey
Toyota Rumion
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Toyota Rumion
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Toyota Rumion
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Toyota Rumion
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Toyota Rumion Reviews:

Toyota Rumion Engine Specifications:

Under the hood, it is powered by the same engine as the Maruti Ertiga. It features a 1.5-liter petrol engine that generates 103 bhp of power and 137 Nm of torque. This engine is available with the option of a 5-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic transmission. The company claims that this engine provides a mileage of 26.11 km/l. Alongside the petrol option, the company has also introduced a CNG variant where the same engine generates 87 bhp of power and 121 Nm of torque, paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox.

Toyota Rumion Design:

The design of the Toyota Rumion is quite similar to the Maruti Ertiga, primarily because both are based on the same platform. This new affordable 7-seater car from Toyota is essentially a rebranded version of the Maruti Ertiga. However, the company has introduced a new front profile to differentiate it, along with the presentation of new alloy wheels. Apart from this, there don’t appear to be any changes in size and the rear profile remains unchanged as well.

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