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Showing posts with label Toyota Avanza. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Drive Home A Toyota Vios With Up To P 154,000 Worth Of Savings


Halfway through the year 2021 and Filipinos have either found a way to be surprisingly more creative to find new leisure or new sources or living, or even jumpstarting the plans they’ve always wanted. Toyota Motor Philippines looks brightly forward in helping these aspirations become possible starting this June with their Each Day Gets Better promo. Everyone’s beloved Toyota vehicles are now within reach with affordable deals and flexible financing options from this month until the end of the month.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Toyota PH Says Avanza MPVs, Rush SUVs Now Part Of Fuel Pump Recall


Toyota Motor Philippines is recalling more vehicles due to faulty fuel pumps. The new recall (or service campaign as the carmaker calls them) covers an additional 36,729 vehicles from the initial 10,776 units, bringing the total of affected Toyota vehicles to 47,505.

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Toyota Motor Philippines's Discounting the Vios by P 125,000 for the Next 10 Days


Holy February savings, Batman! Toyota Motor Philippines just slashed the prices of their best-selling vehicles! The offer, part of their Toyota Price Slash is valid only for 10 days (up to February 15, 2020) and covers the Vios, Hiace, Wigo, Avanza, Innova, Rush, and Hilux!

Friday, November 8, 2019

Get as Much as P 110k Off a Vios with Toyota’s November Price Knockdown Promo


Join the Christmas rush as Toyota Motor Philippines starts its inventory sale with its November Price Knockdown promo. Ongoing until the end of the month, enjoy great deals on selected variants of nine great Toyota models: Vios, Avanza, Corolla Altis, Fortuner, Innova, Hiace, Wigo, Hilux, and Rush.

Sunday, October 6, 2019

Get the Vios 1.5 G Prime for Less Than P 970k During the Great Toyota Sale


Toyota Motor Philippines is clearing out its inventory, and because of that, big savings are to be had on the Vios, Innova, Fortuner, Avanza, Corolla Altis, Hilux, RAV4, Wigo, Yaris, and Rush. How big? How about getting the Vios 1.5 G for less than P 970,000?

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Here's a Closer Look at the 2019 Toyota Avanza (w/ 21 Photos)


As expected, Toyota Motor Philippines used its annual Road Trek media ride and drive to introduce the refreshed 2019 Avanza. The country’s second best-selling MPV model (the first being the Innova), the Avanza has sold over 100,000 units since 2006. Moving forward, this refreshed model aims to continue offering the best value proposition along with a sleeker, modern style.

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

These are the Prices, Colors, and Specs of the 2019 Toyota Avanza


UPDATE: Here are more photos of the 2019 Avanza (5/9).

A few days after Toyota Motor Philippines opened the order books on the refreshed 2019 Avanza, the small MPV has started rolling into showrooms. And as they always do, leaks start to trickle out. It turns out, Toyota will be offering the Avanza with two engines and five trim levels. Let’s check them out.

Friday, May 3, 2019

BREAKING NEWS: Toyota Philippines Opens 2019 Avanza Order Books


UPDATE: Here are the prices, specs, and colors (5/8).

The wait won’t be long for the refreshed Toyota Avanza to arrive. In a Facebook teaser post, Toyota Motor Philippines has confirmed that they have opened the order books on their venerable body-on-frame sub-compact 7-seater.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

The 2019 Toyota Avanza Looks Pissed Off (w/ 11 Photos)


With the hoopla surrounding Toyota’s other small 7-seater, the Rush, you’d think they would have forgotten about the Avanza, right? Well, fear not as there’s yet another fresh for 2019—one that bring with it a rather complex-looking front-end.

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Review: 2018 Toyota Avanza Veloz


How much are you willing to pay for style? That’s likely the question facing any would-be Avanza Veloz buyer, Toyota’s new top-of-the-line small MPV. Commanding a P 65,000 premium over the Avanza 1.5 G, it offers unique bits (including the paint job) that finally won’t get it mistaken for a Grab car. But in this day and age when small 7-seater MPVs and SUVs fast becoming “the segment”, are these 2018 skin-deep changes worth it?

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Toyota Motor Philippines Adds a Sporty Avanza Variant Called Veloz


Toyota Motor Philippines is adding a sporty variant to its Avanza compact MPV with the introduction of the 2018 Avanza Veloz.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Review: 2016 Toyota Avanza 1.5G A/T


It’s often joked that the typical Filipino family is composed of at least seven people: the parents, the grandparents, two children, and a yaya. This has led to the rise of AUVs or Asian Utility Vehicles, since a 5-seater car can no longer suffice. Even with the phasing out of AUVs in the early 2000’s, the clamor for an affordable family carrier continued and manufacturers have gone through varied routes trying to serve an ever fickle market. The one that has always led the charge is Toyota and their Avanza. Now on its second-generation, it’s become the default choice for those who want seven seats but can’t afford an Innova. But with an increasing number of choices in the small MPV segment, can the big minor change Avanza continue to lead?

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Toyota Motor Philippines Offers Smart Advantage with 2015 New Avanza (w/ Brochure)


The best-selling compact MPV in the country has received a fresh update for 2015 to keep it in touch with its recently launched competitors. Since its introduction to the Philippine market in 2006, the Avanza has already sold more than 50,000 units. And now, with this new revamp, Toyota Motor Philippines is confident that it’ll remain the preferred choice in its segment.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Toyota Ready to Dominate 2012 with All-New Avanza

Photos courtesy of Toyota Press
In a series of slideshows before the unveil of all-new 2012 Toyota Avanza, Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMP) was keen to show that the MPV segment is growing at a steady rate in the Philippine market. At the same time, the SUV segment is down while passenger cars in general have remained fairly steady. According to TMP, this is due to the propensity for Philippine buyers to prefer a car that can fit their extended family while remaining fuel efficient for everyday driving. In short, TMP sees huge potential in their Avanza, a vehicle that's been one of the brand's best-selling since its introduction in 2006.

From the outside, the all-new Avanza is clearly handsomer than the model it replaces. The front facia alone puts it in sync with the global Toyota design language while the swept headlights, curved wheel wells and doors make it look modern. The window line remains large and straight, giving optimal comfort for all passengers. The top-of-the-line model receives 15-inch alloys while the mid and base models make do with 14-inchs (either alloys or steel wheels depending on the trim level).

Despite the small stature, the all-new Avanza offers livable seating for 7 adults (the only 5-seater Avanza is the base J model). The second row actually folds and tumbles via a single-action lever and offers a sliding base to properly distribute the available knee and leg room. Besides this addition, the Avanza now receives a much more modern dash design and an easy-to-read instrumentation cluster. The 1.5 G model receives a two-tone beige-and-black motif while the 1.3-liter models make do with a monotone black-on-black design. Other changes that round out the Avanza include a tilt adjustable steering wheel (with audio controls on the G model) as well as an integrated audio unit complete with USB and aux interface (again, the J model receives a basic CD/MP3 unit).

Though dubbed all-new, the Avanza still shares the first-generation model's hard points so the MacPherson Strut/4-Link Coil Springs set-up still remains. However, changes were done to improve the ride and handling. An electric power steering (EPS) system is now standard across the line which promises better fuel economy and low-speed steering response. Under the hood, the same 3SZ-VE 1.5-liter and K3-VE 1.3-liter engines remain. With 102 horsepower and 90 horsepower respectively, it won't necessarily make the Avanza fast, but Toyota does promise at least 12 km/L for the 1.5 and 12.6 km/L for the 1.3-liter. In addition, TMP has unveiled a 1.3-liter AT variant as well, the first time this choice was made available.

Prices for the all-new Toyota Avanza are as follows: 1.3 J MT (5-seater) - P 620,000; 1.3 E MT - P 703,000; 1.3 E AT - P 743,000; 1.5 G MT - P 828,000; 1.5 G AT - P 868,000.