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Cars 2006 for sale

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2006 Hyundai Matrix 1.5

Metro Manila, Makati β‚±228,000

Automatic Certified Seller 80,000 km

Mitsubishi Pajero 2006

Metro Manila, Muntinlupa β‚±450,000

Automanual Verified Contact 230,000 km

AUDI A6 2006

Metro Manila, Makati β‚±649,000

Automatic Verified Contact 29,000 km

BMW 320I E90 SEDAN AUTOMATIC - P420 Negotiable

Metro Manila, Mandaluyong β‚±420,000

Automatic Verified Contact 69,990 km

2006 SsangYong Korando

Metro Manila, Makati β‚±230,000

Manual Verified Contact 140,000 km

Mitsubishi L300 2006

Rizal, Cainta β‚±250,000

Manual Verified Contact 52,600 km

2006 Toyota Altis 1.6 E

Metro Manila, Las Piñas β‚±245,000

Automatic Verified Contact 130,000 km

2006 Toyota Vios 1.3E

Cavite, Tagaytay β‚±265,000

Manual Verified Contact 140,000 km

2006 Toyota Fortuner 250k

Metro Manila, Manila β‚±250,000

80,000 km Verified Contact

2006 Mitsubishi Fuso Canter

Bulacan, Santa Maria β‚±750,000

Manual Verified Contact 200,000 km

Audi A6 2006

Metro Manila, Quezon City β‚±790,000

Automatic Verified Contact 29,000 km

HONDA CRV 2006 (A/T)

Metro Manila, Valenzuela β‚±280,000

Automatic Verified Contact 87,000 km

Toyota Fortuner 2006

Metro Manila, Las Piñas β‚±450,000

Automatic Verified Contact 80,000 km

MAZDA 3 2006

Cavite, Carmona β‚±280,000

Automatic Verified Contact 133,000 km

Isuzu Sportivo 2006

Bulacan, San Miguel β‚±380,000

Automatic Verified Contact 96,260 km

2006 Isuzu Elf Canter

Metro Manila, Pasig β‚±550,000

Manual Verified Contact 30,000 km

Nissan Urvan 2006 model

Laguna, Santa Rosa β‚±400,000

Manual Verified Contact 130,000 km

Honda Civic 1.8s 2006 (FD2R theme type R)

Metro Manila, Pasay β‚±240,000

Manual Verified Contact 90,000 km

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You've finally made up your mind on your vehicle purchase. You've done your research at and saved up for a down payment on a brand new car. Find out if you can actually deal with the monthly payments for owning a car!

1. Car Purchase and Amortization

First we have to pick a sample car. Let's go with the one of the country's best sellers, the Toyota Vios, specifically the 1.3E Automatic Variant.

According to's latest Toyota Vios car price list, the 1.3E AT variant is at Php 878,000.00. At 20% down payment, that leaves us a loanable amount of Php 712,400.00.

With an average interest PA of 4.4% that adds an additional Php 156,728.00 interest on top of that principal, amounting to Php 869,128.00 over 60 months or Php 14,485.47 per month.

In itself that is a huge dent on your monthly expenses, but investing in a brand new car leaves us big savings on the next category.

2. Maintenance and Repairs

All cars, new or old can break down, and thankfully, new cars are under warranty in case anything does break down and all you have to worry about are PMS visits.

The first year of such visits for maintenance if you follow Toyota's schedule for the Vios may reach up to Php 9,000.00 in a year.

3. Fuel Costs

The average city dweller travels 30 km in a day to and from work, if we include weekend trips to the equation it does round out to be around 10,000 KM in a year.

Considering based on the Toyota Vios reviews, hovering around 10 km/l and current regular gasoline prices at Php 48.00/l, all that equates to Php 43,636.36 worth of gasoline in a year.

4. Parking

You would also need to consider parking rates. It's rare for companies to offer their employees free parking so you would have to keep this expense in extreme consideration.

Let's say you are an employee of the year and you come to work everyday to pay for your new Vios of course. The average price for an entire workday would be around Php 150.00 per day.

This amounts to Php 36,000.00 per year. Ouch.

5. Vehicle Registration and Insurance

You would need to of course register your vehicle with the LTO and have it insured. There are some dealers who would offer this as free add-ons to your initial purchase but let's say that you don't have that option.

Good Comprehensive car insurance can cost you a good Php 15,000.00 in a year plus registration of around Php 4,000.00.

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The Grand Total

Here's a quick Break down of everything we've calculated:

Expenses Toyota Vios 1.3E AT
Amortization P173,825.60
Fuel P43,636.36
LTO Registration P4,000.00
Car insurance P15,000.00
Parking P36,000.00
PMS/Repair P9,000.00
TOTAL P281,461.96
Monthly expense P23,455.16

Part of adulting is realizing that to get what you want or need, you'll have to pay dearly for it. We at know that after finding all about these expenses wouldn't stop you from purchasing a new vehicle and we told you earlier that we have your back! Browse our listings sections or visit the nearest car dealerships to find the best deals and financing plans out there for your budget.

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