Friday, August 9, 2019

In Celebration of their 31st Anniversary, Toyota Philippines is Discounting the Fortuner, Hilux, and Vios


In Philippines culture, it’s common for people celebrating their birthday to offer a treat or libre to their friends or family. Well, in celebration of their 31st anniversary this month, Toyota Motor Philippines is doing the same with deals on the Vios, Hilux, and Fortuner until the end of August.

Customers may now avail up to P 85,000 cash savings and free maintenance package for up to
20,000 kilometers (includes oil filter, oil drain plug, and cabin air filter replacements) on Fortuner (4x2 variants); up to P 100,000 off on the Hilux; and a 5-year extended warranty plus new add-on features like Back Camera and Daytime Running Lights for the Vios (G & E variants).


Deals are also available on the Wigo, Innova, Rush, and new Avanza as well.

Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) was founded in August 1988 when Metrobank entered into a joint venture with Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) of Japan and Mitsui & Co., Ltd.

Fast forward 31 years and TMP—of which Metrobank's equity position in the joint venture has been transferred to GT Capital Holdings, Inc.—is now the largest automotive company in the Philippines, with a total of 71 dealerships nationwide, including Lexus Manila.

“With over three decades of sales and service dedicated to customer satisfaction, it’s both an honor and responsibility for all of us in TMP knowing that majority of vehicles we see on the road carry the Toyota badge,” said TMP Vice President for Marketing Ms. Elijah Marcial. “We will continue to uphold the values that made us number one, and make sure that our customers can put their trust in Toyota for more years to come.”

10 comments:

  1. I've bet that in the future, Toyota would be aquirred by Ayala since Toyota has been overpricing their vehicles. If the purchase happened, Ayala-owned Toyota Motor Philippines would have their vehicles prices lower than the pre-Ayala-owned Toyota.

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    1. Get a life crazy Ayala fanboy!TMPC can handle themselves.Ayala Group should fix first the awful sales and lineup of Volkswagen and dropping sales of Honda and Isuzu before buying another brand.

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    2. Suit yourself. I don't even care. You don't even need to be upset. Get some respect kiddo.

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    3. RGamePH, In fact that you shouldn't be angry after reading my comment. If the Editor-in-chief saw your comment. Better good luck....

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  2. Where is the article referring to the Honda BRV fuel pump problem published in CarGuide.PH yesterday August, 2019?

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  3. The vios sucks big time... but the innova they dont give a hell of a discount and overpriced lack of features vehicles...

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    1. The Innova, Hilux and Fortuner are overpriced while lacking features as well as the Vios 1.5G but I would still say that the Vios 1.3E is still outstanding for having many airbags and stability control as standard despite not being the top variant.

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    2. If I was working for Toyota PH, I'll blame them for overpricing and tell them to add more features rather than being so lazy.

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