If you are looking for affordable Toyota sedans, I'm sure you will have the Toyota Premio and Toyota Axio on your list.
The Toyota Premio is listed among the most popular sedans as it is quite efficient and reliable. The Toyota Axio on the other hand is the sedan version of the famous Toyota fielder.
The Toyota Premio is a stylish Sedan that was produced from 2001 to 2021. It has a good record for reliability and efficiency. It is available in various engine options with a fuel efficiency of 16.6 km/L.
The Toyota Axio is available in hybrid and non-hybrid options. It is as reliable as the Toyota fielder. It has a track record for reliability and efficiency. The hybrid version has a fuel efficiency of 33.7 km/L.
Despite having different designs, the Toyota Axio and Premio have the same performance as they share the same 1NZ-FE engine.
Even though The Toyota Premio is much more luxurious, the Axio is much cheaper compared to the Premio. A Toyota Premio costs 2.2 million Kenyan shillings while the Toyota Axio costs 1.4 million Kenyan shillings.
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