Similar Models To The Toyota Premio 2013

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Similar Models To The Toyota Premio 2013

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Apr 11th, 2013

It’s easy to be impressed by the Toyota Premio 2013, part of the second-generation model release sold since 2007. This midsize, four-door sedan model is unique, but it does bear a lot of similar features with other vehicles in its category. If you have been considering buying a Premio, you may also want to look at similar models so you can have more options.

All of these Japanese models are impressive and worth buying from exporters of Japan used cars for sale.

•    Toyota Allion – considered the Premio’s twin model, the only difference is the styling. The Allion has a sportier look than the Premio. Most of their features and mechanics are the same, especially their engines.

The Allion is the top alternative to the Premio in terms of styling, because you’ll have the same engine performance and fuel efficiency.

•    Honda Accord – another well-respected model is the Accord, Honda’s elegant sedan that has a solid reputation for safety, reliability, and value for money. If you are browsing in lists of pre-owned cars, be on the lookout for an Accord Euro R which was initially made available for the Japanese Domestic Market only.

•    Nissan Bluebird Sylphy – also called the Nissan Sentra, Pulsar, Sunny, and Almera in markets outside Japan, the Bluebird Sylphy is currently on its third generation and has the same charisma as other sedans. The 2013 Nissan Sylphy features LED-bordered headlamps, LED tail lamps, an angled trunk lid, a roomy interior, and an intelligent key with push-start button. Its elegance is emphasized by its chrome trim and aerodynamic lines.

The Sylphy is a good alternative to the Toyota Premio 2013.

•    Mitsubishi Aspire – the Aspire is a version of the eighth-generation release of the Galant line. Introduced in 1998, the Aspire is special in that it has been equipped with the newly-introduced gasoline direct injection (GDI) engine. This makes the vehicle highly fuel-efficient.

•    Mazda Axela – also known as the Mazda3, the Axela is a compact car wonder, especially with the 2012 model release. The new model now has SkyActiv technology, Mazda’s new suite of technological features that includes an engine that can generate up to 155 hp and 148 pound-feet of torque. From this the car can get up to 40 mpg on the highway and 28 mpg in the city.

Aside from these top five Japanese brands, there are also pre-owned cars that are not by Japanese brands but you can still find them among Japan used cars for sale. Both are also fine options along with the Toyota Premio 2013.

•    Saturn SL2 Sedan – see if you can find a special Homecoming edition of the SL2, released for the 1994 model year. You can also hunt down a 1999 edition in a special Mint Color. The sedan is sleek and definitely attention-grabbing—no wonder its SL variant was America’s most stolen model in 2003.

•    Hyundai Elantra – last but not the least is the Elantra. Hyundai is becoming a formidable contender in the automotive market, and the fifth generation release of the Elantra in 2010 is one of the most stylish models around today, having Hyundai’s “fluidic sculpture” styling theme. It makes for a very good alternative to the Toyota Premio 2013, with similar used-car prices.

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