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Toyota Allion Vs Toyota Premio: To Pick The Better Sedan From Toyota

When it comes to the Toyota Sedan class, the likes of Toyota Allion vs Toyota Premio are primarily referred. Since their arrival in 2001, both Toyota Allion and Premio have been in the news. Both the vehicles are extremely popular globally, boasting the same 1NZ-FE engine. One would love to refer both Allion and Premio for best Sedans at present. In fact, for the Toyota fans, these two become default options. However, when it comes to picking any one of the two, one has to be very specific about each parameter. On this context, presented below is the comparative dig between the two sedans Toyota Allion and Premio.

Engine And Performance

Starting with Toyota Premio, the vehicle with a 1500 cc engine displacement capacity is indeed one of the super performings in Sedan segment. The car functions through the Serial 4 cylinder DOHC16 valve that generates 109 horsepower rotating at 6000 rpm. It generates 14 Nm torque at 4200 rpm. Premio can thrill you running at the top speed of 185 km per hour.

Toyota Allion vs Toyota Premio
Toyota provide the perfect engines for both cars 

Coming to Allion, it’s also a vehicle with 1500 cc engine displacement with same Serial 4 cylinder DOHC 16 valve engine generating 109 horsepower at 600 rpm. However, the vehicle restraints a top speed of 180 km per h.

In short, if speed thrills you, Premio gets the slight edge for you in this round of Toyota Allion vs Toyota Premio.


Toyota Premio
The Toyota Premio is bigger than Toyota Allion even though both having the same weight

Comfort has been a parameter while distinguishing between two sedan class like Allion and Premio. And, both are comfortable well up to the expectation. Starting with Toyota Allion, the vehicle with 179.7 inch x 66.7 inch x 58.1 inches certainly carries noteworthy dimension. However, it still falls short in comparison with Premio that sports a 181.1 inch x 66.73 inch x 58.27 inch dimension. Interestingly, both weigh 1170 Kg.

So, if bigger is better for you, Premio is a clear winner for Toyota Allion vs Toyota Premio battle, in terms of dimension.

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Exterior Look

Toyota Allion
With a sporty look, Toyota Allion is suitable for young people

Both Premio and Allion are absolutely fascinating in terms of looks. Talking about Allion, the LED headlights through angular projection delivers enhanced lightening experience. Allion moreover boasts a sporty look that has been a matter of attraction among the youth.

On the other hand, Toyota Premio is a bit classy possessing a design that suits moreover the family car segments. Especially, the vertical line from the side fender at its façade looks refreshing. The security molding at sides offers the design a more responsible appeal.

It means if you are interested in sports vehicles, Toyota Allion is a better choice. Otherwise, there is not much difference between the two.


Toyota Premio
Toyota Premio and Allion are both famous for their interior

Comparing the interior of both, there is absolutely nothing to differentiate. Both have the same interior dimension at 77 inch x 55 inch x 47 inch, and are equally comfy with similar luxury arrangements. Both these can accommodate 5 people with super comfort.

>> Check out the video to understand the differences between these 2 models (version 2018)

So finally, if you have to compare and pick one, the above three Toyota Allion vs Premio points are the only available parameters.

  1. David shekudya says

    i just need a good car from you good officer and car giveaway when it will end?

    1. Trang Tran says

      We start Xmas car giveaway 2016 from Nov 25. It ends on Dec 22. U should register now. Good luck

  2. David shekudya says

    my mail is good like that i just waiting my car

  3. Bukosi Bernard says

    I bought Toyota premio a few months ago from SBT. I got a manual writen in Japanese. Is it possible I get one written in English coz I don’t read Japanese language? Please.

    1. Trang Tran says

      Thank u for asking. Sr, we can’t help u with a car which wasn’t bought from us because maybe it can’t suitable for your car. We think u should come back to where u bought it and asking them for an English copy.

  4. Anywar fred says

    Hello sir, I currently own a 1997 Toyota ipsum 2.0, I would like to dispose off the car since it is old. I want a car that can help me carry luggage and still not make me look old. I’m only 27 years old but I don’t want to continue with this type of ipsum.

    1. Trang Tran says

      Thank you for your comment. If you are interested in the car, please send the inquiry to or leave us your email address and phone number, our sales agent will contact with you.

  5. Araka Anthony says

    Good content though i have no car of my own. Next time, please talk about safety of the two cars. Thanks

    1. Trang Tran says

      Thank you. We will provide more useful information like this. Stay tuned

  6. Holyson says

    Allion isbthebbest in my town
    and best amon the best!!!!!!

    1. Trang Tran says

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  7. wonder mandhuku says

    how much is the toyota allion

    1. Trang Tran says

      Thank you for your comment. If you are interested in the car, please send the inquiry to or leave us your email address and phone number, our sales agent will contact with you.

  8. Patrick says

    Hi. Am planning to buy either a toyota premio or Allion. Am contemplating between flying to japan for the purchase or contracting an importing agent to buy for me. Now between the two options, which one is cheaper and with less risks.

  9. Amule Moses says

    Both cars look fantastic but which one consumes less fuel.

  10. Mary Thina says

    You have good details of the cars in the market . Very soon, I will want to buy Toyota allion – dark blue

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