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In Philippines, Toyota sells around 23 cars which include 5 SUV, 4 Hatchback, 4 Sedan, 3 MPV, 3 Van, 2 Coupe, 1 Pickup Trucks and 1 Crossover. The highest priced model is the Rush at ₱9.68 Million while the Wigo at ₱557,000 is the lowest. Toyota is going to launch the C-HR soon in the Philippines. For the best offers on Toyota cars contact your nearest dealer from 62 authorized Toyota car dealers across 52 cities in the Philippines.

Toyota Philippines price list

Model Price
Toyota Wigo ₱557,000 - ₱631,000
Toyota Rush ₱1.01 - ₱9.68 Million
Toyota Vios ₱662,000 - ₱1.1 Million
Toyota Hilux ₱829,000 - ₱1.64 Million
Toyota Avanza ₱731,000 - ₱1.06 Million
Toyota Fortuner ₱1.61 - ₱2.26 Million
Toyota Innova ₱1.02 - ₱1.68 Million
Toyota Hiace ₱1.46 - ₱2.22 Million
Toyota Corolla Altis 2019 ₱999,000 - ₱1.58 Million
Toyota RAV4 ₱1.65 - ₱2.2 Million
Toyota 86 ₱1.99 - ₱2.09 Million
Toyota Yaris ₱890,000 - ₱1.06 Million
Toyota Land Cruiser Prado ₱3.27 - ₱4.01 Million
Toyota Prius C ₱1.91 Million
Toyota Hiace LXV ₱2.67 Million
Toyota Land Cruiser 200 ₱4.47 - ₱4.84 Million
Toyota FJ Cruiser ₱2.05 Million
Toyota Prius ₱2.29 Million
Toyota Corolla Altis ₱961,000 - ₱1.48 Million
Toyota Alphard ₱3.68 Million
Toyota Camry ₱1.82 - ₱2.01 Million
Toyota Hiace 2019 ₱1.6 - ₱2.88 Million
Toyota Supra ₱4.99 Million

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    Faustino Sep 10, 2019 for Toyota Wigo
    Always ready to go

    The little Wigo is the smallest member of the family and also seems to be the most loved. Even though we have bigger cars around, we almost always end up taking the Wigo. It is just an easy stress-free car to drive. The small size means you can go almost anywhere and if something happens, it will be affordable to Read More 9

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    Poul Sep 10, 2019 for Toyota Hilux
    My only choice

    The Hilux has been around for 50 years now. That in itself is a testament to its greatness. Over the years Toyota has kept improving it and the Hilux is almost unbeatable now. For me, the biggest factor when buying a truck is reliability, especially when your livelihood depends on it. This is the main reason I always keep going Read More 4

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    Jake Sep 03, 2019 for Toyota Fortuner
    King on the highway, trouble in traffic

    After spending three years with the Toyota Fortuner, I will say that the SUV is a breeze on the expressways. However, my opinion regarding the performance of menacing beauty is not the same for city driving. While the 147 hp engine is very powerful, the size of the Fortuner becomes a trouble to handle in the crowded streets of Manila, Read More 17

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    Adrian Sep 03, 2019 for Toyota Avanza
    The new Avanza doesn’t feel as new as it seems

    Let me start with the looks of the new Avanza. The LED lights, large grille, chrome elements, and other bits make sure that the new Avanza is noticed on the road. But I believe that Toyota could have made the interior even better with some more tweaks. Even on the outside, the side profile and the rear end are almost Read More 10

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    Joseph Sep 03, 2019 for Toyota Rush
    A mixed bag

    After owning the Toyota Rush for about a year now, I think I can post a review here that can help others who are considering to buy the Japanese MPV. There is no question about the styling of the Rush. It looks great and carries a bold road presence. The LED headlights, stylish alloy wheels, roofrails, shark fin antenna, and Read More 56