Toyota is set to Restart Your Journey this August

Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) finds ways to keep you moving forward, with your own Toyota vehicle! Enjoy value for money deals and flexible financing from August 1-31 with Toyota’s Restart Your Journey promo.

Level up your drive and flexible rates of as low as P7,417 per month or savings for the 2020 Vios. Participating variants also come with free periodic maintenance up to 20,000KMs, free 1-year insurance, and 5-year warranty. You can also get rebates when you trade in your vehicle for the New Vios! Get up to P35,000 rebate which can be used on top of existing promos or to purchase accessories.

The new Vios is also available through Toyota Financial Services Philippines’ (TFSPH) new full service lease package “KINTO One” which allows customers hassle-free usership with no down payment required, and the new “Balloon Payment Plus” which offers flexible financing terms through TFSPH inclusive of Periodic Maintenance for the full term.

Meanwhile, you can get the new Wigo with free 1-year insurance for as low as P5,981 per month and get as much as P20,000 additional rebate when you trade in your vehicle for the new Wigo.

All-in low down payment packages, light monthly plans, or outright cash discounts are also available for the Corolla Altis, Rush, Innova, Fortuner, and Hilux. Participating variants get free periodic maintenance service up to 20,000KMs and additional rebates when you trade in your vehicle for a Toyota. Avanza customers are eligible for financing packages and savings, as well as trade in rebates.

Various financing deals and discounts are also offered for the Hiace, with trade in rebates available for the pre-FMC Commuter variant and for free periodic maintenance service up to 20,000KMs for the FMC GL variants.

For more information on available deals, visit https://toyota.com.ph/promos/restartjourney. You may also check out more information on any Toyota model in our Virtual Showroom at toyota.com.ph/showroom.

For more Toyota updates, visit www.toyota.com.ph or check out Toyota’s official social media pages at ToyotaMotorPhilippines (Facebook and Instagram), and @ToyotaMotorPH (Twitter).

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