The Toyota Corolla Rumion is a compact 5-door hatchback manufactured and marketed by Toyota, a Japanese car manufacturer, from 2007 to 2015. The "Rumion" nameplate was revived in October 2021 for the rebadged second-generation Suzuki Ertiga marketed in various African countries.
History of the Toyota Corolla Rumion
The Toyota Corolla Rumion was built in the Iwate plant of Kanto Auto Works. Toyota stopped exporting the Scion xB to the North American market in 2015 as it was replaced by the iM, which is a rebadged second-generation Auris, which was rebranded as the Corolla iM in August 2016 for the 2017 model year since the Scion brand was discontinued.
Limited Editions and Packages:
- Aerotourer Chocolate - 1.5X, 1.5G, 1.8S with chocolate-colored body
- Aerotourer Sora - 1.5G Aero Tourer, 1.8S Aero Tourer with Light Blue Mica Metallic body, Super White II-colored aero parts
- 1.8S/1.5G "Smart Package" - keyless entry, engine start/stop switch, engine immobilizer
The price range for a used Toyota Corolla Rumion varies based on the trim level you choose. Starting at $1,650 and going to $12,138 for the latest year the model was manufactured.
Specs and Performance of the Toyota Corolla Rumion
- 1.5 L 1NZ-FE I4 (NZE151)
- 1.8 L 2ZR-FAE I4 (ZRE152/154)
The Toyota Corolla Rumion's 1.8L engine delivers 134 hp (100 kW) at 6,000 rpm and 129 lb-ft (175 Nm) of torque at 4,400 rpm. Toyota marketed the Corolla Rumion as a front-wheel-drive (FWD) vehicle, and it was available with a Super CVT-i with 7-speed sport sequential shiftmatic transmission. Dimension-wise, the Toyota Corolla Rumion measures 4,210 mm (165.7 in) long, 1,760 mm (69.3 in) wide, and 1,630–1,640 mm (64.2–64.6 in) high. Its wheelbase measures 2,600 mm (102.4 in) and has a curb weight of 2,800–3,086 lbs (1,270–1,400 kg).
Toyota's Corolla Rumion wowed drivers for eight years with its impressive production. After the Japanese car manufacturer released it in 2007, this model quickly became a favorite among automobile aficionados and loyal Toyota fans alike.