No issues really with CVT oil change. Rest I think I would go with Premio definitely, For a number of reasons:
- Comfort level is way too good, You do not feel the bumps even using a wide tyre, The rear seats are reclining, Leg space is ample and overall the luxury comfort feel and peace inside the car is on a next league.
-Road Grip, Personally I don't have much experience with 9th gen but AFAIK the car has few stability issues on higher speeds however I found Premio's road grip fantastic and admirable, The EPS is as responsive as it gets and there is no such wobble or lack of grip at higher speeds.
-Interior, Premio's Interior is very well designed, The dashboard and gear panel look fantastic, AC vents are well designed as well as the overall posture of interior and seating, Airbags are added bonus and I think the higher variants have side airbags as well, Overall interior is gorgeous. Note that trunk space is also massive.
-CVT Transmission and Drive, The 1.8 2ZRFAE performs exceedingly well in terms of pick up, Fuel Average in city and long, Both are fantastic and I think as good as 9th Gen or even better, CVT surely is notch above the Prosmatec Transmission, Giving a smoother driving experience and pretty economical fuel consumption.
-Build Quality, Premio's build quality is rock solid, It is a pure compact car which looks decent and stays strong, No noises or any such trouble within the car, The build is absolutely premium be it exterior or interior, Perfect for all sorts of roads while making sure that your driving experience is not compromised one bit.
So my vote is obviously for Premio because it is gorgeous car and would serve ideally well while being elegant, comfortable, feature laden and compact.
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