If you are in Kenya and you love sedans, there is a high chance that your first car will be a Toyota Premio or Allion. This is because the two cars have proven to be very reliable with a good track record for reliability.
In Kenya, there are a lot of car enthusiasts who believe that the Toyota Premio is overrated and overpriced. However, I am not going to discuss that but instead the most reliable Toyota Premio.
The Toyota Premio is a stylish sedan that was produced from 2001 to 2021 as the successor to the Toyota Corona.
Even though there are different versions of the Premio in Kenya, The success of the Premio in Kenya is due to the Toyota Premio Nyoka. The Toyota Premio Nyoka is the first generation Toyota Premio that was produced in 1989 as a predecessor to the Toyota Corona.
The Nyoka is a favourite of most Kenyans as it has always proven reliable with a stylish look. Its long body makes it stand out and it is quite comfortable for off-road activities. Since it has proved to be the most reliable Toyota Premio, it has a high resale value as you can not get one without spending at least 450,000 Kenyan shillings.
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