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Showing posts with label Toyota Wigo. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Toyota Wigo. 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.

Friday, March 5, 2021

Toyota's All-New Small Car Will be Car of the Year Material

Toyota says they remain committed to launching small, affordable new cars. This comes as the automaker confirmed that a third model, underpinned by the GA-B platform will be produced.

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Review: 2021 Toyota Wigo 1.0 TRD S

Who would have thought? From merely being a market disruptor against the Chinese and Korean car brands, the Wigo has become one of the most important models for Toyota Motor Philippines. Last year alone, it moved close to 12,000 units—more than the Innova, Fortuner, or Rush. It is, for the most part, designed to attract first-time new car buyers—those either moving from old, used cars or those who’d otherwise be taking public transportation. As such, don’t expect it to be the fastest, cushiest, or most refined offering out there. This is unabashedly basic level motoring, but surprisingly enough, it’s a remarkably fine one.

Friday, October 2, 2020

Up to P 220,000 in Discounts with Toyota Motor PH's Biggest Sale Yet

Toyota Motor Philippines is holding its biggest sale this year with their 10/10 Deals. Reserve a vehicle from today until Saturday, October 10 (release can be extended to October 31) and get better deals and bigger savings on a brand-new Toyota.

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

6 Things Toyota Motor PH Revealed About the Wigo Buyer

Are you a first-time car buyer? Do you understand the current limitation on public transportation? Do you value your health and safety given the COVID-19 pandemic? If you’ve said, “yes” to all these, then you’re the 2020 Wigo’s target market.

Monday, June 15, 2020

Here's the Full List, Prices of the 2020 Toyota Wigo's Genuine Accessories

Positioned as a starter car, the 2020 Toyota Wigo is made to appeal to a broad market segment. With that, Toyota Motor Philippines is making available a wide list of accessories for its best-selling entry-level passenger car.

Toyota Motor PH Officially Launches 2020 Wigo with Prices Starting at P 568k (w/ Brochure)

Toyota Motor Philippines made history with its first digital launch. Featuring the 2020 Wigo, the sub-compact hatchback is being positioned as an ideal starter car, especially when social distancing’s important in the “new normal.”

Thursday, June 11, 2020

Toyota Motor PH's First Virtual Launch to Have Ben&Ben Concert

Hold on tight for the ride of your life! This June 15, for the first time in digital space, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) is officially unveiling the well-loved entry-level hatchback, the Toyota Wigo!

Sunday, 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.

Friday, March 20, 2020

Toyota Gives the Wigo a Sharper Look, More Features This 2020

Toyota is refreshing its A-segment hatchback, the Wigo for 2020. The Japanese carmaker has given it a sharper look outside and improved interior materials inside. The refresh, which was just launched in Indonesia, is also coming to the Philippine market within the year.

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?

Friday, July 26, 2019

View From the Top: Toyota Philippines' Best-Selling Vehicles

Toyota has always been synonymous with quality and reliability. The brand has endeared itself to many Filipinos and the Philippine car market so much that It’s a fair certainty that you or someone close to you to has owned a Toyota in their lifetime.

Monday, October 8, 2018

Toyota Motor Philippines Announces Recall for Wigo

Toyota Motor Philippines is recalling 15,373 units of the Wigo sub-compact hatchback due to a faulty wire tubing which may break due to engine vibration.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

First Drive: 2017 Toyota Wigo 1.0 G A/T

With a doubt, the launch of the Wigo in 2014 was a double-edged sword for Toyota in the Philippines. On one hand, if they get it right, it sees them expand to a new market dominated by Korean, Indian, and even Chinese car brands. On the other hand, get it wrong and you can bet these first-time car buyers will swear off owning a Toyota for the rest of their lives. Thankfully for Toyota (and tough luck for everyone else), it was a huge success. It moved more than 40,000 units and paved the way to first-time Toyota ownership for a lot of happy campers. And even before its rivals could respond, here comes a new one.

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Toyota Motor Philippines Refreshes Wigo for 2017 (w/ Specs)

Toyota’s Easy to Own, Easy to Drive Wigo sub-compact hatchback gets a refresh this 2017. Having sold over 40,000 units since its market introduction in 2014, the Wigo has cemented itself as the segment’s best-seller. But true to the Japanese carmaker’s spirit of “ever-better cars”, the most affordable model in the Toyota family brings in cosmetic and mechanical changes this year.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

2014 Hyundai Grand i10 1.2 vs 2014 Toyota Wigo 1.0 G A/T

Photos by Ulysses Ang
Oh my, how the world turns. Hyundai was once known for being value-for-money cars. They were solid but crude cars with a price tag that made it close to being disposable after a couple of years of use (or abuse). On the other hand, Toyota produced refined and quality cars which certainly cost more, but are seemingly built to survive a nuclear war. Today though, the world moves to a different beat. With the Wigo sub-compact Toyota has moved, for the first time in its Philippine history, way into the basic transportation genre; while Hyundai has leveled up several notches with its i10 (now known as the Grand i10). Has the automotive world turned upside down? Is the P 728,000 Hyundai Grand i10 1.2 really worth it against the P 534,000 Toyota Wigo 1.0 G? Well, it’s time to find out.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Review: 2014 Toyota Wigo 1.0G M/T

Photos by Ulysses Ang
Owning a brand-new car should be stress-free. No anxiety attacks when thinking about payments. No worries about reliability. No agonizing over fuel and maintenance costs. Toyota’s latest addition to their line-up, the Wigo, is promising just that: it’s all about easy-to-own, easy-to-drive, and easy-to-enjoy. But can it live up to the promise? I spent an entire week with the Wigo 1.0G M/T—the full-loaded model that doesn’t break the psychological P 500,000-mark (P 499,000 to be exact). Just how well does it perform? Read on.

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Toyota Wigo Busts Out into the Market with 27.9 Percent Market Share in Entry-Level Hatchback Segment

The newly launched “mini” hatchback of the number one automotive company in the Philippines starts strongly in its first full month of sales. Toyota Motor Philippines’ (TMP) has sold a total of 627 units of the Wigo making a mark in the automotive industry. It posted a 27.9% share in the entry-level hatchback segment outpacing its competitors in March.