Toyota Corolla Rumion

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Toyota Corolla Rumion, called the Rukus in Australia,[1] is a small wagon produced by the Kanto Auto Works[2] in Japan under the Toyota label.

First generation (E150N, 2007-)[edit]

First generation
2007 Toyota Corolla-Rumion 01.jpg
Overview
Manufacturer Kanto Auto Works (Iwate plant)
Also called Toyota Rukus (AUS)
Production 2007-
Body and chassis
Related Scion xB
Powertrain
Engine

1.5 L 1NZ-FE I4

1.8 L 2ZR-FE I4

It is based on the second generation of the Scion xB.

Welcab models[edit]

These versions included Welcab Rotating and Sliding Passenger Seat. Type B version also includes a wheelchair loader.

The Welcab system originally appeared in 2004 Welcab concept.[3]

AEROTOURER Chocolate (2008)[edit]

It is a limited version of 1.5X, 1.5G, 1.8S with Chocolate-coloured body.

The vehicle went on sale in 2008-1-21.[4]

AEROTOURER Sora (2008)[edit]

It is a limited version of 1.5G Aero Tourer, 1.8S Aero Tourer with Light Blue Mica Metallic body, Super White II-coloured aero parts (front spoiler, side mudguard, rear bumpers, rear roof spoiler), two-tone interior (Light Blue Mica Metallic with Super White II meter borders).[5]

The vehicle went on sale in 2008-5-6.[6]

1.8S/1.5G “Smart Package” (2008-)[edit]

It is an equipment package keyless entry, engine start/stop switch, engine immobilizer. Optional features (standard on 1.8S) include high intensity discharge head lamp, driver side arm rest.[7]

Body styles[edit]

Chassis codes (DBA-)ZRE152N-FHXSK (DBA-)NZE151N-FHXEK (DBA-)NZE151N-FHXNK (DBA-)ZRE154N-FHXSK
Model 1.8S 2WD 1.5G 2WD 1.5X 2WD 1.8S 4WD
Drive FWD FWD FWD 4WD
Engine 2ZR-FE 1NZ-FE 1NZ-FE 2ZR-FE

Engines[edit]

Code Years Capacity Type Power@rpm Torque@rpm
1NZ-FE 2007- 1,496 cc (1.496 L; 91.3 cu in) I4 110 PS (81 kW; 110 hp)@6000 143 N·m (105 lb·ft)@4400
2ZR-FE 2007- 1,797 cc (1.797 L; 109.7 cu in) I4 136 PS (100 kW; 134 hp)@6000 175 N·m (129 lb·ft)@4400

Transmissions[edit]

Model(s) Type
1.5G, 1.5X Super CVT-i
1.8S Super CVT-i with 7-speed sport sequential shiftmatic

Production[edit]

The vehicles were built in Iwate Plant, Kanto Auto Works, Ltd.[8]

References[edit]

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