When it comes to sedans in Kenya, the Toyota Premio and Allion have always been popular. This is because they are quite similar in design with the same features.
If you want to purchase or you are planning to purchase a foreign-used Toyota Premio in Kenya, you should probably plan on spending at least 2 million Kenyan shillings. This is because it falls among some of the most overrated cars in Kenya.
On the other hand, you should forget a bit about the Toyota Premio if you want to import a 22 model. This is because Premio was discontinued in March 2021.
Despite being the most popular sedan in most countries, a lot of people tend to wonder why the mighty Premio was discounted by Toyota. Well, the answer is not as complex as it is very simple.
The reason why most car manufacturers discontinue cars and why the Toyota Premio and Allion were discounted is due to reduced sales. Due to the effects of the Coronavirus, the sales of Premio declined hence the reason to discontinue the vehicle.
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