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Sunday, November 14, 2021

PNP Fleets Up With Toyota Hilux

Toyota Motor Philippines released a total of 90 units of Hilux 4x4 G A/T personnel carrier, and dispatched an initial 127 of 411 units of Hilux 4x2 police patrol jeep to the Philippine National Police (PNP) in a ceremony for blessing of the units held last November 8, 2021 at the PNP Headquarters in Camp Crame. 

PNP Chief Guillermo Lorenzo T. Eleazar and National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) Vice Chairman Vitaliano Aguirre II were present during the blessing of the Hilux units. These vehicles will be dispatched to different regions in the country and help serve PNP’s day to day operations.

The Hilux was chosen because they are imbued with the Toyota Sure Advantage of Quality, Durability, and Reliability, says Toyota. The Hilux units have been converted to meet the requirements of PNP. Designed and built to be dependable in tough situations, the country’s top-selling pickup, is sure to deliver high-quality performance to best assist our men and women in uniform in their mobility needs and in promoting safety, contributing to the overall goal of helping build the nation.

The vehicles, including 13 shuttle buses is worth a contract price of P 818.175 million, according to the PNP.


  1. I am so glad that the PNP selected the Toyota brand this time around. Unlike last time, they received the Indian brand (Mahindra or Tata) which are pieces of crap. So much wasted resources when the Indian brand was selected. Whom ever made the decision need to be jailed for the selection.

    1. While I agree with you about how crappy the mahindra is. I don't think we could jail someone simply because of choosing a brand from the other. Wether the brand he chose turned out to be a piece of trash.


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