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Premio car importing

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Hi,

Im willing to import a Premio car. Can somebody explain me what is the difference between F L package and F EX package??

Is there anything to do with manufacturing year? 

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The 1.5 grades are :

F, F L package and F EX Package...

The F and F L package has been around for ever (almost since the beginning) The F EX package I believe was introduced around 2012. These grades sometimes were complimented with some special/limited specification models that were released now and then.Some of these limited models were Manufacturer packages and some were dealer packages (like the G Superior dealership package offered by Japanese Toyota dealers for the F EX Package...sadly 99% of the ones in Sl are fake and not done by the Toyota dealer).

You will notice that the difference between grades has trimmed down a lot. There are two reasons for this One reason is because the model is getting phased out and Toyota does not want to manufacturer a lot of different accessory/feature parts for the model. Secondly it is because Japanese transport regulations dictate that safety features become standard on all vehicles. Pretty soon the Premio will stop sales in Japan and what you will be able to buy are existing stock that vehicle exporters would have horded up.

Go through the following links and tables and that should give you an idea. Mechanically they are all the same and the difference is basically in accessories/features that is offered as standard and the person buying the car in Japan ordered it with.

F EX Package https://toyota.jp/premio/grade/grade3/

F L Package https://toyota.jp/premio/grade/grade4/

F :  https://toyota.jp/premio/grade/grade6/

General grade comparison https://toyota.jp/premio/grade/

A PDF file comparatively tabulating the standard accessories/features : https://toyota.jp/pages/contents/premio/002_p_020/pdf/spec/premio_equipment_compare_201812.pdf

A PDF file that puts ALL the equipment in a list https://toyota.jp/pages/contents/premio/002_p_020/pdf/spec/premio_equipment_list_201702.pdf

Green : standard / Yellow : Manufacturer Option / Yellow with a star : Manufacturer option when ordering the leather package / Blue : Dealership option.

The first 4 web pages..you can use google translate on your browser to read it.

The PDF file...use the Google translator app on your phone.

 

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2 hours ago, iRage said:

The 1.5 grades are :

F, F L package and F EX Package...

The F and F L package has been around for ever (almost since the beginning) The F EX package I believe was introduced around 2012. These grades sometimes were complimented with some special/limited specification models that were released now and then.Some of these limited models were Manufacturer packages and some were dealer packages (like the G Superior dealership package offered by Japanese Toyota dealers for the F EX Package...sadly 99% of the ones in Sl are fake and not done by the Toyota dealer).

You will notice that the difference between grades has trimmed down a lot. There are two reasons for this One reason is because the model is getting phased out and Toyota does not want to manufacturer a lot of different accessory/feature parts for the model. Secondly it is because Japanese transport regulations dictate that safety features become standard on all vehicles. Pretty soon the Premio will stop sales in Japan and what you will be able to buy are existing stock that vehicle exporters would have horded up.

Go through the following links and tables and that should give you an idea. Mechanically they are all the same and the difference is basically in accessories/features that is offered as standard and the person buying the car in Japan ordered it with.

F EX Package https://toyota.jp/premio/grade/grade3/

F L Package https://toyota.jp/premio/grade/grade4/

F :  https://toyota.jp/premio/grade/grade6/

General grade comparison https://toyota.jp/premio/grade/

A PDF file comparatively tabulating the standard accessories/features : https://toyota.jp/pages/contents/premio/002_p_020/pdf/spec/premio_equipment_compare_201812.pdf

A PDF file that puts ALL the equipment in a list https://toyota.jp/pages/contents/premio/002_p_020/pdf/spec/premio_equipment_list_201702.pdf

Green : standard / Yellow : Manufacturer Option / Yellow with a star : Manufacturer option when ordering the leather package / Blue : Dealership option.

The first 4 web pages..you can use google translate on your browser to read it.

The PDF file...use the Google translator app on your phone.

 

Wow! thank you very much for your explanations and for your time!. I got good idea about that. Thanks again

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Premio is out of date, Donkey Feng 80 has the best technology up to date

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The new Corolla got released in Japan today....check it out...might be worth a look. It is the replacement for the Axio, Allion and Premio and size wise is the same as the Allion/Premio. The TNGA platform is nice to drive as well...

 

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