Toyota Allion Vs Toyota Premio: Which One To Buy?

Used Toyota Allion For Sale In Japan

Toyota introduced both Toyota Allion and Toyota Premio sedans in 2001. Toyota Allion was a replacement of Toyota Carina while Toyota Premio became the successor of Toyota Corona. Both use the same 1NZ-FE engine. Although, the company has made some periodic changes in Toyota Allion and Toyota Premio, they did not change the exterior dimensions of the car. Hard core followers of all things Toyota, love both these cars.
Japanese Auto World has used Toyota Allion for sale available in Japan. We also plan to have stock of Toyota Premio soon. Unlike other cars offered by Toyota, these two cars were not available out of Japan initially. However, used Japanese car exporters like Japanese Auto World have been selling these two cars to overseas customers for quite some time now. But, for our regular customers who love Toyota sedans, the question still remains. Toyota Allion vs Toyota Premio: which one to buy?. We will try to address this important question in the following lines.  However, at the end of the day, the choice is still with you to decide which you like the more.

Toyota Allion Vs Toyota Premio: Which One To Buy?
Before we dig deeper into the comparison between Toyota Allion and Toyota Premio, it is worth mentioning the fact that both these cars are related to many other Toyota sedan cars. For example, Toyota Allion is a smaller companion of Toyota Crown while Toyota Premio serves as a younger sibling of Toyota Mark X.  
Toyota Camry, a somewhat larger car, offers the same luxury or performance features as found in Toyota Allion or Toyota Premio. Allion got its name based on the phrase `All in one` while Toyota Premio name is based on the word `Premium`. Mechanically, these cars are identical to Toyota Avensis.  Both Allion and Premio are offered as 4-door sedans.
Premio gives a more luxurious look and feel while Toyota Allion is popular for being sporty and youthful in its nature.  The interior of Premio offers wood trim and chrome. On the other hand, Allion is a sporty executive type car.

Exterior Look & Feel
Although, both the cars look great from outside, there are some subtle differences in the exterior and feel of the two. Toyota Allion gives and enhanced  lightening experience due to LED lights. It gives a sporty look which makes it more popular among younger drivers.  On the other hand, Toyota Premio is designed in a more classy way thus making it more suitable for as a family car. The security feature gives gives it more a more serious look suitable for experienced drivers.  If you are interested in a sports-type car, Toyota Allion might be a better choice. Otherwise, please go for toyota Premio.

Interior of Toyota Allion vs Toyota Premio
Surprisingly, one canm not differentiate between the two cars in terms of their inrterior look and feel. The  interior dimensions of the two cars are 77 inch x 55 inch x 47 inch.

Engine Power & Performance
Both Toyota Premio and Toyota Allion offer 1500cc engines.  Both have Serial 4 cylinder DOHC16 valve. It  generates 109 horsepower rotating at 6000 rpm. However, You can run Toyota Premio at a maximum speed of 185 km/hr while Toyota Allion can run up to 180km/hr. That miay be a minor difference accordinmg to most drives. However, speed lovers will definitely prefer Toyota Prmio over Toyota Allion.

In terms of dimensions, Toyota Premio is slightly larger than Toyota Allion.  Allion is 179.7 inch x 66.7 inch x 58.1 inches while Premio gas 181.1 inch x 66.73 inch x 58.27 inch dimension. So, please decide which do you like.

Toyota Allion Vs Toyota Premio: Which One To Buy?
Now, again the question arises which one do you like to buy as a high class Toyota Sedan car: Toyota Allion or Toyota Premio. Based on the above information, now, it may be easire for you to make the decision.  If you would like to investigate further, please feel free to contact us at your contact us via email.


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