Get great deals this February with Toyota’s price slash

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Drive home your dream Toyota this love month as Toyota Motor Philippines is once again offering great deals and flexible payment schemes on its best-selling models!

With light payments as low as P6,593 a month or affordable down payment as low as P83,550, you can already own a vehicle with Toyota’s signature quality, durability, and reliability. You can even enjoy cash savings as much as P125,000.

From February 1-15, enjoy P30,000 discount on the Avanza, Innova, Rush, Hilux, FMC Hiace GL Grandia, and FMC Hiace Commuter Deluxe. Pay Light (Low Monthly Plans) schemes are also available for the Avanza, Rush, and Hilux.

From February 1-29, get 5-year extended warranty on top of the  P125,000 discount on the locally-assembled flagship passenger car Toyota Vios, Discounts, Pay Low (All-In, Low Down Package), and Pay Light are also available for the pre-FMC Hiace Commuter and Wigo.

Up to P20,000 trade-in rebate is also available for the following models: Vios, Innova, Fortuner, Avanza, Corolla Altis, Hilux (except Cab and Chassis, and FX), Wigo, Rush, and pre-FMC Hiace Commuter.

For more information on all the available deals, visit www.toyota.com.ph/priceslash. Head on to any of Toyota’s 70 dealerships nationwide, or visit Toyota’s pages at www.toyota.com.ph, ToyotaMotorPhilippines (Facebook and Instagram), and @ToyotaMotorPH (Twitter) for more information on Toyota’s latest promos and offers.

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