Each day gets better this June with Toyota

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 as Each Day Gets Better. Everyone’s beloved Toyota vehicles are now within reach with affordable deals and flexible financing options from this month until June 30, 2021.

Built for everyday work and business, the country’s best-selling Filipino-built sedan, the Toyota Vios, now comes at PHP7,212 for a low monthly plan for the 1.3 XE CVT model, or up to PHP70,000 savings for outright cash payments on select models. Brand new G, E, and XLE models also come with a warranty valid for 5 years or up to 150,000 KM, whichever comes first. Coming to a total of PHP154,000 worth of benefits for the Vios XLE CVT. 

While the crowd favorite, the New Toyota Innova can now be yours for only PHP12,372 per month or the 2.8 J Diesel MT, or get an all-in package with an all-in low down payment of PHP192,750, for the 2.8 E Diesel MT variant. Perfect for young couples, new families, and even start-up ventures.

And yes, it even gets better. The entry-level hatchback, Toyota Wigo can be driven home starting from PHP5,276 per month for the 1.0 E MT variant, or for a low all-in down payment of PHP85,200.

MPV could also mean More Power to Value as the Toyota Avanza comes down to PHP7,592 per month for the 1.3 J MT variant, or up to PHP15,000 in savings for outright cash deals under select models. Choose to brave new roads and challenges with the Toyota Fortuner all yours for only PHP17,090 per month for the 4×2 G MT variant.

Low all-in package deals include free insurance on the first year, free 3-year LTO registration, and signed under a finance lease. Participating models also come with a Free Period Maintenance Service of up to 20,000 kilometers. Select variants include those from Vios, Corolla Altis, Rush, Innova, Fortuner, Hilux, Hiace, and Alphard.

Paint the town with your own color and rule the streets with TOYOTA GAZOO Racing technology and engineering with the Toyota GR Supra 3.0 8-Speed AT with 0% interest on select variants: Prominence Red, Metallic, Lightning Yellow, and Matte Gray.

On top of these offers, customers looking to trade-in their old vehicle for a Toyota can get up to P35,000 rebate which can be used to purchase accessories or availed with other existing offers.

To find out more on how you can make each day better, check out toyota.com.ph/promos/eachdaygetsbetter. For more information on any Toyota model, our vehicles can be viewed at toyota.com.ph/showroom.

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