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Honda Accord 2008 Automatic

Honda Accord 2008 Automatic

Metro Manila, Las Piñas

₱380,000

Automatic Certified Seller 90,000 km

2010 Hyundai Grand Starex GL VGT AT

2010 Hyundai Grand Starex GL VGT AT

Metro Manila, Makati

₱568,000

Automatic Certified Seller 110,000 km

2014 Mazda 3 Sedan 2.0R Automatic Gas

2014 Mazda 3 Sedan 2.0R Automatic Gas

Metro Manila, Makati

₱558,000

Automatic Certified Seller 58,000 km

2018 Honda BRV S Automatic Gasoline

2018 Honda BRV S Automatic Gasoline

Metro Manila, Makati

₱798,000

Automatic Certified Seller 7,900 km

2010 Hyundai Tucson theta ll AT

2010 Hyundai Tucson theta ll AT

Metro Manila, Makati

₱408,000

Automatic Certified Seller 86,000 km

2014 Subaru Forester 2.0i-Premium AWD AT Gas

2014 Subaru Forester 2.0i-Premium AWD AT Gas

Metro Manila, Makati

₱718,000

Automatic Certified Seller 55,000 km

2019 Toyota Vios 1.3E AT Dual VVT-i

2019 Toyota Vios 1.3E AT Dual VVT-i

Metro Manila, Makati

₱716,000

Automatic Certified Seller 9,000 km

2011 Mitsubishi Montero GTV 4x4 Automatic Diesel

2011 Mitsubishi Montero GTV 4x4 Automatic Diesel

Metro Manila, Makati

₱688,000

Automatic Certified Seller 80,000 km

2015 MITSUBISHI ADVENTURE GLX MANUAL DIESEL

2015 MITSUBISHI ADVENTURE GLX MANUAL DIESEL

Metro Manila, Makati

₱518,000

Automanual Certified Seller 33,000 km

2014 TOYOTA VIOS 1.5 G AT GAS

2014 TOYOTA VIOS 1.5 G AT GAS

Metro Manila, Makati

₱458,000

Automatic Certified Seller 50,000 km

2009 Mitsubishi Montero GLS Automatic Diesel

2009 Mitsubishi Montero GLS Automatic Diesel

Metro Manila, Makati

₱588,000

Automatic Certified Seller 79,000 km

2018 HYUNDAI TUCSON GL GAS MT

2018 HYUNDAI TUCSON GL GAS MT

Metro Manila, Makati

₱758,000

Automanual Certified Seller 3,978 km

2014 Suzuki Ertiga GLX Automatic GAS TOP OF THE LINE

2014 Suzuki Ertiga GLX Automatic GAS TOP OF THE LINE

Metro Manila, Makati

₱468,000

Automatic Certified Seller 21,000 km

2011 Chevrolet Cruze LS AT

2011 Chevrolet Cruze LS AT

Metro Manila, Makati

₱358,000

Automatic Certified Seller 58,000 km

2018 Honda BRV S CVT Gas

2018 Honda BRV S CVT Gas

Metro Manila, Makati

₱798,000

Automatic Certified Seller 8,000 km

2014 TOYOTA INNOVA G MANUAL DIESEL FOR SALE

2014 TOYOTA INNOVA G MANUAL DIESEL FOR SALE

Metro Manila, Las Piñas

₱688,000

Manual Certified Seller 41,000 km

2013 TOYOTA INNOVA E AUTOMATIC DIESEL FOR SALE

2013 TOYOTA INNOVA E AUTOMATIC DIESEL FOR SALE

Metro Manila, Las Piñas

₱618,000

Automatic Certified Seller 49,000 km

Selling Honda City 2017 Automatic in Las Pinas

Selling Honda City 2017 Automatic in Las Pinas

Metro Manila, Las Piñas

₱640,000

Automatic Certified Seller 40,000 km

I. Why would you go for a brand new car in the Philippines?

Ever since the invention of the automobile, man has been hampered with the question: Is buying a new car better than springing for a used car?

Purchasing a used car sure has its perks, the price for one, comes to mind, but beyond the sticker initial purchase, why would you want to write a big fat check for a brand new vehicle? Here are the 4 most important reasons to consider, according to us at Philkotse.com:

1. It's BRAND NEW

First, the obvious. You’ll be parting ways with your hard-earned money for a brand new vehicle. No need to worry about the car’s history, whether it has been involved in an accident or wonder if the parts are still intact.

You know you’ll get up in the morning start your car and drive away. If it doesn’t you have the manufacturer’s warranty to fall back into.

2. Technology

Today’s cars have technology and features in them which can only be found in ultra-luxury models 10 years ago, if ever at all.

The technological advancements with the internal combustion engine alone produce cars with better fuel economy and more powerful performance than their old counterparts.

3. Safety Features

Do you still remember a time when airbags were only for the upper tier models of a particular vehicle line, let alone features such as automatic brake-force distribution and anti-lock braking?

Not only do these features now come as standard across the range of even budget econo-boxes, but we now have things such as lane-keeping assist, crash mitigation and even improved body rigidity and crumple zones. Older cars can only dream of these features and are often times deemed uninsurable by companies.

4. Financing

Whether you purchase a new or used car, financing can come a long way to help you out with your payments.

Not everyone can buy their cars in cash, it’s still a huge bill to pay. Banks offer lower interest rates and better financing schemes to brand-new models because they are worth more than their used counterparts and depreciation hasn’t taken much effect as of yet.

Feel free to browse our daily-updated listings of brand new cars for sale and contact their respective agents. We at Philkotse.com know and appreciate that you have a big decision to make and it is best to find the right model with the right price!

II. Best new cars for sale in the Philippines today

1. Top 9 cheapest brand new cars in the Philippines

No.
Model
Price
1
Chevrolet Spark 1.4 LT M/T
From P694,888
2
Kia Picanto 1.0 LX M/T
From P590,000
3
Honda Brio 1.2 S M/T
From P585,000
4
Mirage GLX M/T
From P630,000
5
Toyota Wigo E M/T
From P547,000
6
Hyundai Eon GLX M/T
From P508,000
7
Suzuki Alto 800 Deluxe
From P445,000
8
Toyota Vios 1.3 Base M/T
From P659,000
9
Suzuki Celerio 1.0 M/T
From P558,000

>>> Learn about the local lineup of more car brands in the Philippines

2. Top 5 low monthly payment cars

No.
Model
SRP
Monthly payment
(60 months; Est. Average)
1
Kia Picanto
From P590,000
P11,871
2
Honda Brio
From P585,000
P12,600
3
Nissan Almera
From P657,000
P13,338
4
Mitsubishi Mirage
From P630,000
P12,800
5
Suzuki Celerio
From P558,00
P11,356

*Contact the car dealerships near you for inquiries regarding latest car promos, car loan, and installment

3. Cars below P500k by segment

Segment
Model
Price
MPV
BAIC MZ41
From P498,001
Hatchback
Suzuki Alto 800 Deluxe
From P445,000
MPV
Foton Gratour
From P485,000

Note:

  • Prices and model availability updated as of 2019;
  • See our regularly-updated car price list in the Philippines to find the latest pricing changes of all car brands.
III. Easy-to-follow process of buying a new car in the Philippines

Step 1: Make a Checklist

Everyone wants that brand new sports car, or that big hulking SUV, but is that exactly what you need? Keep in mind the following when shopping around for a new car:

  • How many passengers do you normally carry?
  • What road surfaces would you mostly travel?
  • Does power matter more than fuel economy?
  • Would you use the car for towing?
  • How many car seats do you need?
  • Is All-Wheel-Drive essential to your drive?
  • What safety features are important to you?
  • Will your garage fit your car?

Step 2: Ask & Research

You can search the internet for comprehensive car reviews, opinions and technical specifications for what you need in a car.

It never hurts to ask around your car-guy friends what their opinion is about the best possible car. Nothing really beats the first-hand experience, after all. You would be surprised how much your friends would appreciate you asking for their opinion. You can make a night out of it over drinks.

Step 3: Consider Financing Options

Traditional thinking would lead you to believe that paying in cash is always the best option for one, you wouldn’t have to think about monthly payments anymore, plus you save a lot from interest payments. However, that also means you are letting go of a lot of money at one time. 

Make sure to carefully consider your current financial situation before deciding on the most suitable payment method.

Step 4: Consider Insurance Options

  • Compare prices and track records;
  • Inquire about fixed deductibles;
  • Declare accessories and modifications;
  • Check coverage and;
  • Do not claim insurance for inexpensive repairs.

Step 5: Test Drive

Nothing beats taking the model for a test drive, you can create a connection with the vehicle and find out a lot of things with at least an hour’s worth of drive.

Step 6: Review long term costs

The following are crucial factors that should be taken into account when it comes to long-term costs of car ownership:
  • Fuel Costs (an average of around P4,500/month);
  • Amortization Payments;
  • Maintenance and Repair Fees;
  • Insurance premiums;
  • LTO Registrations payments.

Visit our Car tips and advice section now to find detailed guidance for car buying process as well as more helpful information in terms of car maintenance and driving tips.

Last but not least, in addition to our large pool of car ads posted by certified dealers, Philkotse.com also offers extensive coverage of car-related news and events from your favorite brands, latest car promos and discounts, contact details of all car dealerships, not to mention useful tips and advice to keep your beloved car in tip-top shape.

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