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    Default Toyota Premio Owners Club

    Here is a thread to discuss Toyota Premio cars.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_Allion
    Here is my Premio 2005.
    It has done 230k kms but is going strong.
    I'm getting 11 kmpl as of now, but will try to improve that gradually.
    I've done 165 kph on M2 without trouble.
    Planning to take it to karachi by road.

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    Good initiative
    A Proud Premio owner here
    Follow thread


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    So Here is little information regarding the new Premio.
    It is a luxury sedan, that combines superior fuel economy with a smooth transmission, quite ride, and powerful performance.
    They are sized and priced between Corolla and Camry. Premio is designed for local Japanese market & sister Allion is a sportier version compared to Premio. Premio is bigger in size than most sedans and is advertised as Family/Executive class. Premio's bloodline can be traced to the old Corona. It is mostly for middle aged, conservative driving style guys as advertised
    Premio is supposed to be more luxury and traditional, while Allion appears to be younger but just in relative terms though.

    These twins are designed to be cost effective and economical to run. They offer a fuel-saving CVT and 3 choices of engines: 110hp 1.5-liter VVT-i (which falls in lower tax band), 136hp 1.8-liter dual-VVT-i and the new 158hp 2.0-liter dual-VVT-i with Valvematic. The latter is Toyota's equivalent to BMW's Valvetronic, which continuously varies the lift of intake valves to reduce pumping loss and improve breathing efficiency. To a 1270 kg machine, the 158hp engine is plenty powerful.

    Valvematic represents a positive evolution of Toyota's patented variable valve timing with intelligence technology (VVT-i ), allowing for throttle-free control of engine speed.

    Regarding valvematic it provides some advantages

    1.better operating performance; as the engine runs more efficiently
    2. good mileage; the latest technologies generate economical driving
    3.cleaner, greener operation



    PREMIO/ALLION
    Regarding premio/allion parts
    Latest Model Grades
    2.0G "SUPERIOR package"
    2.0G
    1.8X "EX package"
    1.8X "L package"
    1.8X
    1.5F "EX package"1.5 "L package"
    1.5F




    Some Pics latest model








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    does anyone have service or owners manual of premio.

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    I guess the thread is dead

    let's floor the accelerator guys....

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    Toyota Premio is true value for money,it is a class apart and I would prefer this car over brand new civic or corolla altis any day, Honda city doesn't even stand a chance
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    Toyota premio 1.5 2006 (old shape) 100 time then New gli
    Personal experience
    May you always be Happy :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Docjunaid View Post
    So Here is little information regarding the new Premio.
    It is a luxury sedan, that combines superior fuel economy with a smooth transmission, quite ride, and powerful performance.
    They are sized and priced between Corolla and Camry. Premio is designed for local Japanese market & sister Allion is a sportier version compared to Premio. Premio is bigger in size than most sedans and is advertised as Family/Executive class. Premio's bloodline can be traced to the old Corona. It is mostly for middle aged, conservative driving style guys as advertised .
    Premio is supposed to be more luxury and traditional, while Allion appears to be younger ? but just in relative terms though.

    These twins are designed to be cost effective and economical to run. They offer a fuel-saving CVT and 3 choices of engines: 110hp 1.5-liter VVT-i (which falls in lower tax band), 136hp 1.8-liter dual-VVT-i and the new 158hp 2.0-liter dual-VVT-i with Valvematic. The latter is Toyota?s equivalent to BMW?s Valvetronic, which continuously varies the lift of intake valves to reduce pumping loss and improve breathing efficiency. To a 1270 kg machine, the 158hp engine is plenty powerful.

    Valvematic represents a positive evolution of Toyota?s patented variable valve timing with intelligence technology (VVT-i ), allowing for throttle-free control of engine speed.

    Regarding valvematic it provides some advantages

    1.better operating performance; as the engine runs more efficiently
    2. good mileage; the latest technologies generate economical driving
    3.cleaner, greener operation



    PREMIO/ALLION
    Regarding premio/allion parts
    Latest Model Grades
    2.0G "SUPERIOR package"
    2.0G
    1.8X "EX package"
    1.8X "L package"
    1.8X
    1.5F "EX package"1.5 "L package"
    1.5F




    Some Pics latest model








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    Does premio production is stopped in Japan or is it still in production

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    Quote Originally Posted by altisdualvvti View Post
    Does premio production is stopped in Japan or is it still in production

    Sent from my GFIVE G10 mini using Tapatalk
    Still in production
    The pictures are of latest model
    Just follow the link mentioned in the post


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    Quote Originally Posted by Docjunaid View Post
    Still in production
    The pictures are of latest model
    Just follow the link mentioned in the post


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    Quote Originally Posted by usmankhawaja1 View Post
    I guess the thread is dead

    let's floor the accelerator guys....
    Haha Premio owners are small in number i guess on Pakwheels
    Quote Originally Posted by SALMANWASEEM View Post
    Toyota Premio is true value for money,it is a class apart and I would prefer this car over brand new civic or corolla altis any day, Honda city doesn't even stand a chance
    No doubt about it
    Since i have driven one and using it as a daily runner i simply love it. Obviously new car Gli or Altis have benefits no doubt. But those who have driven a Premio know what's Premio is all about. My family & friends just love & adore it.
    Quote Originally Posted by shoaibjafri9 View Post
    Toyota premio 1.5 2006 (old shape) 100 time then New gli
    Personal experience
    True that 🏻


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    Quote Originally Posted by s8isfi View Post
    does anyone have service or owners manual of premio.
    I tried finding one but it was in Russian and incomplete. Since its a Japanese domestic model the owner manual will be likely in Japanese language. May be some other members can help finding one. @karnol can you help in this matter.


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    Our premio 1800cc 2012 Model White
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    Quote Originally Posted by silentassassin1 View Post
    Our premio 1800cc 2012 Model White
    Pm me the cost bro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Docjunaid View Post
    Pm me the cost bro.
    MashaAllah Mubarak Ho


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    Pmed car is on way from Karachi now

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    @Docjunaid just saw ur premio thread. I just love this car in red wine looks damn good wow. Plus real bling bling car u got. Ive never driven a premio but only heard good things about it as of now, hows it?

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    Found Allion user manual
    Japanese language of course
    http://toyota.jp/manual/allion/allion_201110.pdf
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    Premio Catalogs From Toyota Japan ( Rare Stuff Found Finally ) will find owner's manual soon inshAllah
    2007/06
    2008/01
    2008/09
    2009/10
    2010/04
    2010/05
    2011/10
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    Doc What is the fuel average and what is the engine displacement?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Docjunaid View Post
    Found Allion user manual
    Japanese language of course
    http://toyota.jp/manual/allion/allion_201110.pdf
    Download Google translate app and u can easily translate Japanese to English
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