Toyota Wigo

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₱547,000 - ₱621,000
Wigo Price
SRP Price in Manila
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Wigo Specs
Engine 998 cc
Power 66 hp
Seating 5 seats
Driver Airbag Yes
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Power Steering Yes

Wigo Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Wigo

Elegant Styling

Easy handling

Value for money

Things We Dont Like in Wigo

Fuel economy

Cabin layout needs improvement

The manual transmission is a bit harsh


Recent Updates of Toyota Wigo

Apart from focusing on sales, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) also allocated time for the repair of its most affordable model, Wigo. Thanks to the faulty wire setup in the engine, that 15,373 units of Wigo went back to the company for the required treatment. Wigo was introduced in the Philippines, back in 2014 and in the following year it also bagged Best Micro Car of the Year award by the Car Awards Group. A revised model of the car was launched in 2017 and now, the Filipinos are with the latest 2019 Wigo.

It is a five-door compact-sized hatchback with simple and neat design and even simpler interior. However, it offers ample headroom and legroom for both the driver and passengers. Wigo is available in three variants and all of them are powered by 998cc four-cylinder gasoline engine. The mill churns out a maximum power of 66 hp and a maximum torque of 89 Nm.

Wigo Price List

Variant Price Specifications  
1.0 E MT ₱547,000 *
SRP Price
998 cc, 66 hp, 5 seats, Gasoline
1.0 G MT ₱586,000 *
SRP Price
998 cc, 66 hp, 5 seats, Gasoline
1.0 G AT ₱621,000 *
SRP Price
998 cc, 66 hp, 5 seats, Gasoline
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Toyota Wigo Colors

Wigo is available in 6 different colors - Black, Red, White, Silver Metallic, Gray Metallic and Orange Metallic.

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  • Red

  • White

  • Silver Metallic

  • Gray Metallic

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Wigo Review

  • Overview
  • Interior & Features
  • Exterior
  • Ride & Handling
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety
  • Verdict


Toyota Philippines introduced the updated Wigo in 2017 and since then there is no major update in the much-loved hatchback of the country. With the last update, Wigo managed to attract customers due to its improved ergonomics and styling. Toyota Wigo is considered as the perfect option for the first time buyer, the reason being its value for money characteristics. With the mild makeover, Wigo is now more appealing and comes with upgraded features. The hatchback is available in both manual and automatic transmission options. One can choose from the three variants - 1.0 VVT-i E M/T, 1.0 VVT-i G A/T, and 1.0 VVT-i G M/T. The available colour options of Wigo include Grey Metallic, Black, Red, White, Orange Metallic And Silver Metallic. Let’s find out what this little hatch has to offer in different departments.

Interior & Features

The interior still feels it is designed for the cost-conscious audience and it is true to an extent. However, the overall layout is clear and simple for easy operation, which might not appeal to a lot of users. The steering wheel has a three-spoke design which is carried ahead from the outgoing version. However, the silver accents for top two spokes along with the steering mounted audio controls (available in the top-end trim only) surely add newness and premiumness to the design. The instrument cluster is improved for better display of the information with dedicated slots. The long and vertical centre console has a bit of a simple cum outdated design, and only the presence of silver accent and touchscreen infotainment system in the top-end variant make it look trendy and save the day.

For an entry-level car, Toyota has equipped the Wigo reasonably well with features like a new touchscreen head unit with Navi-ready display, audio, AM/FM/CD/MP3, AUX/USB connectivity, and four speakers, premium quality fabric upholstery. Besides, the hatch also features power blessed steering, windows, door locks, and outer rear view mirror.

What’s furthermore impressive is the amount of space and adjustable seating configurations that are on offer. There are many small storage spaces and bottle holders that only enhances its practicality. The boot space is pretty generous for taking weekend luggage of 3-4 people.



With the recent update, Toyota has tried to upscale the image of Wigo from just a practical option to a much more stylish companion. The new Wigo looks modern and gets all the right tweaks. If you are among the lot who is finding a style statement hatch, WIgo has tick marked all the boxes. Its focus is clear, i.e. to be in sync with the current demand, and therefore, is created with features that prevent the Wigo from feeling a dated, cheap hatch. As for the dimensions, the all-new Toyota Wigo specification sheet reads 3660 x 1600 x 1520 mm of length, width, and height respectively.

Considering the changes, the front features a single-slate chrome grille with the company’s insignia at the center. The grille is further followed by faux air-vent setup that gives an easily recognizable face to the Wigo. The big-sized swept-back headlamp units are just adjacent to the grille and come fitted with projector units. The inverted V-shaped fog lamps housing lend it a modern touch. Further, the hood comes with two bold contour lines that only enhances its appeal. There is no change in the stance of the Wigo and it is still the boxy type. The sides could have been better with some character lines. However, there are a couple of premium bits like alloy wheels and ORVM with turn indicators, which add a little zing to the otherwise monotonous side profile.

The rear has received some noticeable changes. Along with a new pair of taillights, there is also a sharp bumper, making the overall look a bit sporty. The roof spoiler and high mounted stop lamp (exclusive to top-spec trim) add sportiness to the otherwise plain rear end of the car.

Ride & Handling

The suspension unit is a combination of Mac Pherson strut with coil springs at the front and semi-independent Torsion Axle with coil springs at the rear. As Wigo is primarily a city commuter, the suspension unit is on a bit softer side. However, the steering is bit heavy but fun-to-drive. On the road, Wigo feels better-damped and steadier. Also, thanks to the new Bridgestone Ecopia tires that ensure a quieter ride along with imparting the driver with grip and confidence.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

One of the key changes in the new Wigo is the engine unit. The old 1KR-DE mill is replaced with the new 1KR-VE that comes with Variable Valve Timing over the outgoing version. However, the displacement of the engine is kept unchanged. The 998cc 3-cylinder in-line, 12V DOHC with VVT-i gasoline powered mill produces a maximum power of 66 PS along with a peak torque of 89 Nm. Transmission options include both 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic unit; the Wigo feels like a breeze to drive. As for the mileage, with the four-speed automatic, this engine delivers 9 -11 kmpl in the city and 25 kmpl on the highway. It is in the fuel economy department where Wigo falls short of its competitors that promise figures as high as 26 kmpl.


Braking & Safety

The Toyota Wigo is targeted at entry-level car buyers. And this fact is quite evident from the hatch’s clear focus on comfort and convenience over safety features. However, with the presence of dual SRS front airbags, ABS with EBD, front seat belt with pre-tensioners, and force limiters, and child lock protection, the Wigo has all the basics covered which are decent enough for a car of this grade and price.


Toyota Wigo is tailor-made for the masses. While the overall cabin design and feature front might feel a bit boring, it is the more practical aspects where the Wigo shines. Also, the exterior is a total  revamp in comparison to the older car and the changes can only be appreciated.  Whether its the comfort and convenience features, storage options, or the overall cabin space, the Wigo justifies the higher price and Toyota badge. Also, for an entry-level car, the engine performance and ride quality are decent. Overall, the Wigo is a perfect value-for-money car one could ask for.

User Reviews of Toyota Wigo

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    Andoi Solayao May 20, 2019
    Worth it

    I got the wigo as my first car. I got the 'G' variant with the manual transmission. I think that in its price segment the toyota wigo is the best, it comes with a touchscreen info-tainment, dual airbag, projector type headlights with daytime running light coming as standard unlike its competitors. But on the negative side, the clutch is too Read More

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    Jolly May 03, 2019
    Presentable and affordable car

    I am the kind who is never ready to compromise on quality when it comes to buying a product. Then how can I think of compromising while purchasing car. But the issue is I wanted a classy super efficient car that is quite affordable too. Moreover the car needed to be fuel efficient as well. There is one friend of Read More

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    Jasper Apr 12, 2019
    Playful little car

    Our family wanted a new car for the new year which would mostly be used in the city. My dad only wanted a Toyota and we ended up getting the Wigo. It's a good looking car and comfortable too. We opted for the automatic version for easy drivability. The interior layout is simple yet functional. Even though it is a Read More

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    Herren Apr 08, 2019
    A great choice for my first car

    I just started working a little over a year ago and was itching to buy a car. This would be my very first car with the money I earned and I wanted it to be something special. After about a month of checking out every small car, I decided to go with the Toyota Wigo. For me personally, I liked Read More

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    Flordebal Lopez Jan 27, 2019

    It was fun, amazing and enjoyable driving this car so far. It shows what I expected besides its my dream car. Great city car. I love it! Read More

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Toyota Wigo FAQ

  • What are the Safety Features Available in Toyota Wigo?

    The safety features available in Toyota Wigo Below:

    Feature Value
    Driver Airbag Yes
    Passenger Airbag Yes
    Child Safety Locks Yes
    Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
    Vehicle Stability Control System Yes
    Rear Seat Belts Yes
    Seat Belt Warning Yes
    Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts Yes
    Crash Sensor Yes
    Front Impact Beams Yes
    Side Impact Beams Yes
    Door Ajar Warning Yes
    Tyre Pressure Monitor Yes

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