Toyota Fills the Gap, Launches Fully Redesigned Premio and Allion

Toyota Premio

In Japan last June 5, 2007, Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) launched the fully redesigned Premio and Allion that will hit the market on winter by 2007.

For the record, Toyota’s conventional molded vehicle was the Corona, which in 2001 was replaced by the conservative Premio and the sportier Allion. For this year both models have been systematically given a face-lift. Automatically, they are virtually indistinguishable to the Camry, but each mock-up features uniquely individual styling in keeping with Toyota’s Vibrant Clarity design viewpoint. Camry is a mid-size car manufactured by Toyota and considered to be the most popular vehicle in the North American market at the same time as the bread-and- butter vehicle of the said company.

The redesigned models unveiled were designed to further improve the appeal of its predecessors. The first generation of this two were launched in December five years ago were “five number” sedans that appealed to patrons with its unique styling that induced class-surpassing superiority, roomy interior, user-friendliness and outstanding driving performance.

These redesigned model exteriors possess a sense of extravagance and charisma, while the newly stretched and widened interior exhibits an improved sensation of eminence and space. Other features that have been adopted for better convenience includes:

– Smart Entry & Start System
– A color rear-view monitor
– HDD navigation system compatible with G-BOOK
– The new 1.8-liter engine
– Super CVT-i (Super Continuously Variable Transmission-intelligent) transmission provides superior cruising performance
– The 185-inch-long front-wheel
– Engine displacement of 2,000cc or less
– Advanced telematics service
– Warning function when the driver approaches a stop sign or a school

The innovated vehicles also feature security and ecological performance at the peak levels of their class. Toyota expects to sell a combined 60,000 units of both new models.

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