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June 7, 2020

Here's the 2020 Toyota Wigo Before You're Supposed to See It

Toyota Motor Philippines will be having its first digital launch on June 15, but that didn’t stop one overeager sales agent from spilling the beans a week too soon. Lo and behold: this is the 2020 Toyota Wigo.

Shown in the G trim, the refreshed Wigo sports a meaner-looking face thanks to the new bumper and blacked-out headlights. Towards the side, there is a new alloy wheel design and side mirror-mounted signal lights. At the back are new taillights with the same blacked out design and rear back-up sensors (though these are probably a dealer installed accessory). Sadly, the pull-type pillar-mounted antenna is still around for this update.

The agent also posted the refreshed Wigo’s interior where the new center console is visible. For that, it gets a new digital-type A/C system (not automatic climate control) with a high-gloss piano black accent. The G variant will also get smart keyless entry with push start/stop, a new instrument cluster, and a touchscreen-based infotainment system first seen in the Vios.

According to the post, Toyota won’t be offering the larger 1.2-liter engine variant like it does in Indonesia. Instead, it retains the use of its 1.0-liter 3-cylinder engine good for 67 horsepower and 89 Nm of torque. Transmission options remain a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic.

Now, as for the pricing and variants. The agent says the 2020 Wigo will be available in three variants and four trims:
  • Wigo 1.0 E M/T – P 568,000
  • Wigo 1.0 G M/T – P 623,000
  • Wigo 1.0 G A/T – P 658,000
  • Wigo 1.0 TRD A/T – P 700,000
If these prices are proven correct, this marks a slight increase across the board. The E variant goes up by P 11,000 and the G variant up by P 27,000. We will have the full info come the official launch, but as far as this information goes, what do you think of the new prices?

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