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Monday, February 28, 2022

Here Are The Variants, Prices Of The 2022 Toyota Avanza


Toyota Motor Philippines is officially opening the order books for the all-new 2022 Avanza on March 1, just four months after its global debut in Indonesia. With that, we’re now getting more information about the entry-level 7-seater MPV heading to showrooms.

As confirmed in a previous press release, Toyota will be offering four grades for the all-new Avanza. Now, we know what these four variants are, and these are the:
  • 1.3 J M/T
  • 1.3 E M/T
  • 1.3 E CVT
  • 1.5 G CVT
As the model designations suggest, the 2022 Avanza will be made available in both 1.3- and 1.5-liter engine configurations. The 1.3-liter (2NR-FE) produces 97 horsepower and 122 Nm of torque, while the 1.5-liter (1NR-FE) puts out 105 horsepower and 138 Nm of torque. The M/T uses a 5-speed gearbox, while the CVT, naturally, uses a Continuously Variable Transmission that replaces the old 4-speed box.

The power and torque figures are slightly up from the previous-generation Avanza, which is perfect given the all-new front-wheel drive MPV is much larger (205 mm longer, 70 mm wider, 5 mm taller) than before. The switch to a monocoque construction means that mass has gone up just five kilograms across the range despite the increased dimensions.

In terms of features, the E and G variants get a fin-type antenna, and power adjustable side mirrors with auto-retracting function. The G variant will also roll on 16-inch alloy wheels, while the E and J will make do with 15s.

In terms of colors, Toyota will have five shades available for the Avanza: Dark Red Mica Metallic, White, Silver Metallic, Black Metallic, and Greenish Gun Metal exclusive for the E and G variants.

As for pricing, it’s as follows:
  • 1.3 J M/T – P 813,000
  • 1.3 E M/T – P 928,000
  • 1.3 E CVT – P 984,000
  • 1.5 G CVT – P 1,039,000
You can also check out the full specs on this follow-up story.

16 comments:

  1. The Toyota Veloz will have two trims at the time of it's launch which is on April as I guess...

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    1. Keane Calimlim No PH launch timeline yet for the Veloz. I'm not sure if they will offer it here.

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    2. But there are the rumors that Avanza Veloz will be discontinued completely in the Philippines, but it is not true. Only the Previous Generation Avanza Veloz will be discontinued not the Veloz nameplate.

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    3. I think the Veloz will be launched when the Xpander or BR-V arrives here but no timeline yet...

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    4. Keane Calimlim Well we'll have to wait for the announcement by TMP then.

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  2. I wonder if Toyota PH will still offer the previous generation base model for bussiness/fleet use like how they do in Indonesia. The all-new 1.3J might be too expensive for that purpose.

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    1. I think they will still offer the previous generation 1.3 J in 5 seater at the same price since the upcoming Avanza 1.3 J will be 7 seater at this point.

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  3. Slightly disappointed. No manual transmission for the 1.5 G variant. Sad. Hope there would be available for the all new Rush in the future (in unibody already, same with this Avanza)

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    1. But the Veloz might replace the Rush in the near future.

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    2. Keane Calimlim Very unlikely to replace the Rush as it was also Toyota PH's best seller last year and your thinking of the Veloz replacing the Rush? Nah, it won't happen. If they launch it here, they will slot it above the Avanza and below the Rush.

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    3. Victor Torres Thanks for the info and I'm sorry for the mistake that Veloz will replace Rush, I really know that you are right.

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  4. Nice! The Avanza 1.5 G variant is more affordable and most likely has better ride comfort than the current Rush G.

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  5. Avanza 1.5 G (P1,039.00) vs Raize 1.0 Turbo (P1,031.00)

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  6. Sales of brv, xpnder, xl7 n even rush wil b buried by d avalanche of sales of fuly features pack 1.5g avanza

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    1. Honda Ph shld bring in immediately the new BR V (w a more powerful engine than the new Avanza) and match the Toyota MPV in features and pricing.
      In the end, Toyota and Honda vehicles are very durable.

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  7. Wait for the Arrival of the new Mitsubishi Expander. Still the Best Small MPV in the market.

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