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Thursday, January 26, 2023

Toyota Motor PH Increases Prices Of Hilux, Corolla Cross


It looks like a lot of pickup trucks are seeing price adjustments this month. After Mitsubishi bumped up the prices of its Strada and Nissan with its Navara, Toyota Motor Philippines is doing just the same with its Hilux.

Starting January, the Hilux (save for the fleet-oriented variants such as the Hilux Cab & Chassis and Hilux E) has seen a P 18,000 increase. Per Toyota, the increase is down to a new installed Local Data Communication Module or LDCM.

The LDCM system enables the Hilux (as well as the Fortuner, RAV4, and select Hiace variants) to gain access to the myToyota Connect system. With myToyota Connect, users can access a wealth of information including vehicle status, and driving information such as daily trip summaries. It can also be used to track the vehicle and offer on-the-dot reminders for PMS.

Aside from these services, myToyota Connect also comes with the Connected Toyota Insure, with AXA Philippines as its exclusive insurance provider. This is the first PHYD (Pay How You Drive) insurance product that takes advantage of driving behavior and mileage captured from the connected vehicles to determine good drivers and have them benefit from a reduced renewal premium.

Check out how much the 2023 Hilux costs now, or you can check out the full Car Price Guide for the latest and most up-to-date car prices:
  • Toyota Hilux 2.4 E MT – P 1,174,000 (from P 1,156,000)
  • Toyota Hilux 2.4 G MT – P 1,303,000 (from P 1,285,000)
  • Toyota Hilux 2.4 G AT – P 1,379,000 (from P 1,361,000)
  • Toyota Hilux 2.4 Conquest 4x2 MT – P 1,486,000 (from P 1,468,000)
  • Toyota Hilux 2.4 Conquest 4x2 AT – P 1,562,000 (from P 1,544,000)
  • Toyota Hilux 2.8 Conquest 4x4 MT – P 1,862,000 (from P 1,844,000)
  • Toyota Hilux 2.8 Conquest 4x4 AT – P 1,937,000 (from P 1,919,000)
  • Toyota Hilux GR-S 4x4 AT – P 2,057,000 (from P 2,039,000)
Aside from the Hilux, Toyota has also increased the prices of its best-selling Corolla Cross compact crossover.

Thankfully, the price increase comes with more features for 2023. Standard across the Corolla Cross range now is a drive recorder, while the 1.8 V HEV gets a wireless device charger. Meanwhile, the 1.8 GR-S HEV gets most of the updates bringing features such as roof rails, a larger infotainment screen (9-inch), wireless Apple CarPlay, and a sunroof.

Check out the new prices of the 2023 Corolla Cross below:
  • Toyota Corolla Cross 1.8 G AT – P 1,318,000 (from P 1,303,000)
  • Toyota Corolla Cross 1.8 V HEV AT – P 1,680,000 (from P 1,665,000)
  • Toyota Corolla Cross 1.8 GR-S HEV AT – P 1,844,000 (from P 1,774,000)
Also, Toyota Motor Philippines has axed the Corolla Altis 1.8 V HEV for 2023. That means buyers who want a gasoline-hybrid compact sedan will have to fork out for the Corolla Altis GR-S HEV which costs P 1,665,000. There’s also a non-hybrid version of the Corolla Altis GR-S and that one is priced at P 1,302,000.

13 comments:

  1. Still with foot brake?

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    1. The base corolla cross' handbrake is foot brake.

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  2. Is the sunroof panoramic?

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  3. Toyota knows their products will sell even with hefty price increases......

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    1. They will soon become Nokia of cars.

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    2. Its only in ph were toyota selling low tech cars. Look at toyota europe and americas offerings very techie and full of advance features

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  4. Seems like Toyota compact sedan segment is not selling well. Even the mid-size sedan segment is not selling well too.

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    1. Corolla Altis HEV and Camry HEV are always out of stock which means its selling very well or the unit allocation is just low.
      The easiest Toyota vehicles to buy at dealerships nationwide are the outgoing generation Innova,Rush,Vios XLE,Avanza E,Veloz,Fortuner 4X2,Hilux,Wigo,Hiace Commuter and Keane Kuliglig's favorite Raize

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    2. I'm not doing anything wrong against you King Vanette, one more time accusing me of anything even if doesn't my fault. I will really tell you to Sir Uly watch out loser....

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    3. Keane I know you own a Wigo and Avanza.
      I hope you'll buy a Raize someday.

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    4. May crush ba to kay keane? Move on bro.

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    5. Kingkong vanished888 i knew you never owned any car, kaya nga paiba ibang cars ang nasa profile pic mo. Dreamed on kingkong...di bawal mangarap. I hope someday you will be able to buy ur dream car maxus

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