Is Toyota Rumion features Cutting-Edge Technology and Design?

The Toyota Rumion is a trustworthy and roomy multipurpose vehicle (MUV) that caters to the needs of bigger gatherings. It's a good option for people looking for a flexible and affordable car because of its emphasis on performance and practicality. Due to high demand, Toyota has temporarily stopped accepting bookings for the Toyota Rumion CNG, which has resulted in longer wait times. But reservations for the petrol-powered Rumion are unaffected by this change.
Projector headlamps, a new grille, dual-tone alloy wheels, vertically stacked LED taillights, and chrome inserts throughout the body are some of the features of the 2023 Rumion. Elevate is available in three different trim levels, with automatic and CNG options. Only the base-spec model is offered with the CNG kit, which costs an extra Rs 95,000 over the petrol variant. The automatic gearbox is up to Rs 1.6 lakh more expensive than the manual version.

The interior of the model is equipped with a 7-inch touchscreen with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and paddle shifters. driver seat that can be adjusted in height, cruise control, automatic climate control and Toyota i-Connect technology. The Rumion's seamless connectivity and advanced technology keep you feeling positive. Enjoy plenty of space for your luggage and a variety of flexible seating options.

Engine and Gearbox
A 1.5-liter naturally aspirated petrol engine producing 102 horsepower and 137 Nm of torque powers the new Rumion. The CNG variant has a torque of 121 Nm and 87 horsepower. There are two types of gearbox options: a six-speed automatic and a five-speed manual.
It has a speed control-enabled second-row roof mounted air conditioner, plenty of luggage space, a seven-seater with plush dual-tone seat fabric, cruise control, automatic climate control, and smart phone and wristwatch connectivity (remote immobilisation, tow alert, remote start/stop, climate control, lock unlock, find my car).
Up to four airbags, ABS with EBD, hill hold assist, ESC, electronic stability control, a rear parking camera, and ISOFIX child seat anchors are among the safety features.
The Rumion MPV has not been tested by an NCAP yet.
There are three different variants of Rumion available: S, G, and V. In addition to a petrol-manual configuration, it is available in CNG and automatic versions. It has five monotone colour options: Rustic Brown, Cafe White, Iconic Grey, Spunky Blue, and Entice Silver.
  • Driven more easily than most seven-seaters.
  • Good boot (last row folded), comfy seats.
  • It looks like a scaled-down Innova Hycross.
  • Restricted legroom in the third row.
  • Not as roomy as the Marazzo/Innova.
The base model of the Toyota Rumion costs Rs. 10.29 lakh, while the top model costs Rs. 13.68 lakh (average ex-showroom).
Delhi:                         Rs. 11.91 lakh
Mumbai:                   Rs. 12.12 lakh
Bangalore:                Rs. 13.12 lakh
Hyderabad:              Rs. 12.63 lakh
Chennai:                   Rs. 12.73 lakh
Kolkata:                    Rs. 11.66 lakh
Pune:                         Rs. 12.12 lakh
Ahmedabad:            Rs. 11.50 lakh
Lucknow:                 Rs. 11.90 lakh
Jaipur:                       Rs. 12.05 lakh

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