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    here is a photo of Toyota Alliona nd its specs ! Can any one inform me about this car performance ?
    Toyota Allion -465765


    TOYOTA ALLION 2.0L CVT Sedan

    Engine: 4 Cylinder 2.0L Otto Cycle VVT-i
    Max HP: 152 HP 6,000 RPM
    Max Torque: 147 lbs-ft 4,000 RPM
    Transmission: Mechanical CVT
    Curb Weight: 2,734 lbs
    0-62 mph: 10.5
    Fuel Economy: 24MPG (City? Why so low?)


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    Come on Guys !

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    No one interested ?

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    This looks like the new toyota priemo
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    It means that CVT technology has matured enough to handle 2.0 ltr, 150+ HP power plant. The belt must be of very specific material and design. In one of the Nissan model with 2.4 Ltr and 160+ HP, this system is available. More interestingly the CVT belt is not lifed as other moving parts such as fan belts and timing belts.

    One thing is for sure CVT drive is very very comfortable and amazingly responsive. I have experienced it in Honda Jazz 1.5 ltr i-VTEC.
    Drive safe, life is precious

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    mileage low ,, maybe cause car is heavy , if its doing 0 to 100 km in 10 sec with 150hp@6000rpm with a 2litre engine. 4afe corolla does in 9 sec with a 1.6l with 100plus hp
    ,,, unless you know the track, you're not good enough to sit behind the wheel." K T

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    What is CVT technology ? Can any one elaborate it ?

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