According to Toyota, the Corolla Axio has been the best-selling saloon in the world since the 1960s. The Axio, which has five seats and engine sizes ranging from 1329 to 1798cc with a maximum output of 144ps, has been well received in the global auto industry since it was first produced in 1966.
The Corolla sedan, as it was then known, had a full model change in October 2006 as part of its subsequent manufacture and update, leaving out its wagon counterparts, the Corolla spacio and Run X.
The primary goal of developing the Axio, in contrast to the Premio and Allion models, was to create a medium-sized automobile that was practical and simple to drive.
2008 Toyota Corolla Axio
The 2013 model has significantly less weight than the 2008 model, which had a maximum weight of 1415kg, and is one of the lightest in its class with a maximum weight of 1325kg.
Due to its unique lightness and power-to-weight ratio, the Axio is quick and has an average fuel consumption of 16 to 23 km/l, depending on engine size
Photo: 2013 Toyota Corolla axio
Particularly in Kenya, the Axio has received widespread acceptance. Kenyan roads have seen a lot of the 2008 Axio, which starts at KSH 980,000 for a foreign-used model. The following 2013 model is sold in place of it and has a starting price of KSH 1.4 million and a maximum price of KSH 1.68 million.
Toyota Corolla Axio 2022
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